What To Do With Your Stuff After Graduating


It's been a great four years and your college furniture has seen you through a lot of fun and difficult times. But what should you do with all of your stuff when you're going out in the world and not sure where you'll land? Here are some ideas. Put It in Storage This is perhaps the best idea if you are not sure what you next few years are going to look like yet.

2 March 2017

How To Prepare Your Window AC Unit For Storage


If you live in a small home with very little storage, then it may be in your best interest to rent a self storage unit to store your summer things during the winter months. One of the largest items you should think about storing properly is your air conditioning window unit. To store the item properly and to keep it safe and in good condition throughout the winter, follow the tips below.

29 December 2015

Need Regular Access To Your Storage Unit? Here's How To Maintain An Organized, Safe Space


It's smart to use a storage unit for belongings that you still use from time to time, yet there is no room for them in storage at home. But it can be tough to keep storage units organized enough for convenient use because it is not accessed on a daily basis like spaces in your home can be. It can also be a little harder to keep your stuff safe in storage when you don't have a chance to check on it every day.

30 October 2015

Don't Get Bitten By Bed Bugs At Your Storage Unit


Bed bugs are persistent pests that are notoriously difficult to get rid of once they infest an area. Although they are primarily found in hotels and residential spaces such as apartments, they can be found anywhere, including storage units. While many storage facilities are aware of the problem and have taken steps to minimize the risk of a bed bug infestation, here are few things you can do to protect yourself and keep these tiny terrors out of your home.

6 October 2015