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Choosing A Dolly Or Hand Truck To Help Move Items To Your Self-Storage Unit

If you've decided to move some of your items into a storage unit, then you need to know what tools you might need to get them into your unit. You will most likely need to have some kind of hand truck or dolly to move things around easily. These devices have rollers that make moving bulky or heavy items easier. There are a variety of different types of dollies available depending on what you want to move. Read More 

Need To Put A Lot Of Shoes Into Storage? 3 Tips To Keep Several Materials Protected

Having a large collection of shoes is not just for fashion purposes. Not wearing the same shoes every day can help them last longer, and you need to have multiple pairs in order to make this happen. Having one pair of tennis shoes and a single pair of boots is also not enough. During winter, you may need to wear boots on a daily basis, which means you need to have at least two pairs of boots to keep switching. Read More 

4 Tips For Storing Expensive Artwork

Your artwork is a very expensive and often very valuable investment. If you ever have a need to store it temporarily, there are some things you must do in order to prevent it from becoming damaged or ruined completely. Artwork requires extra care to retain its value and integrity. The following tips will help you store your artwork in a self-storage facility while keeping it safe: Use A Climate Controlled Facility Read More 

Simple Maintenance Tasks To Complete Before You Store Your Vehicle For The Winter

Instead of subjecting all your vehicles to the harsh conditions of the winter, it's ideal to think about storing any vehicle that you don't use over the winter. Placing the vehicle inside your garage can work, but this can often be a challenge if the garage is already tight for space. Instead, look for a storage facility near your home that accepts cars. Dropping off your vehicle at the facility before the snow flies and then picking it up again in the springtime means that it will be safe from snow, salt and other winter-related concerns. Read More 

Three Signs Your Self-Storage Facility Needs A Serious Eco-Friendly Makeover

As an eco-conscious consumer, you know how important ecologically-responsible business practices are. And you can use your buying power as a customer to encourage those practices by choosing environmentally-friendly businesses over conventional businesses. It's important that you don't become an environmental snob and shun a business just because its eco-friendly efforts aren't perfect yet; that would be the opposite of encouraging. But you can generally tell, if you've been a customer for a while, whether your self-storage business is making sincere efforts to help the environment or not. Read More