Are you frustrated with the storage options in your rental? When you're renting a home or apartment, you can't just start knocking out walls and putting in built-in storage. Still, trying to store your things can be frustrating. Here are a few tips for improving your household storage. 1. Get a Closet Kit Closet kits are designed to fit into unfinished closets, adding a significant amount of storage space. Most closet kits have racks as well as poles, so you can fit everything you need into a single closet.
5 August 2018
If you've decided to stop using the attic as an extra storage space for your home, you may be curious about what you can do to make sure that the rest of your home doesn't become cluttered due to the lack of valuable storage space. If you have a lot of items that you're not interested in getting rid of, it's smart to look into renting a storage unit instead. If you're unsure about renting a storage unit, consider the following benefits that can come with this decision for your home.
19 April 2018
Storage units provide extra space that allows you to reclaim areas of your home, or otherwise simply hold extra belongings in safe storage while you are moving to a new home or completing renovations. Whatever the reason you are using a storage unit, however, you should still take steps to protect your belongings against potential pest damage, since insects and rodents may find their way into your unit at some point in time.
1 March 2018
For many families, placing items in a storage unit also involves having to access those items later on. But, placing things into and removing them from a storage unit on a regular basis can be an exercise in chaos and frustration. How can you avoid this problem? Here are a few steps to creating an accessible storage space that will make your life easier. Rent Larger. To be able to move around freely within the storage unit, be sure to rent one that's a little larger than you expect to actually need.
10 January 2018