3 Tips For Organizing Your Self Storage Unit

Posted on: 7 March 2016

If you want to make sure that you are getting the best use out of your self storage unit, you will need to become better organized. To help you with this, you might want to take a few moments to review the following helpful tips. Organize With Colorful Plastic Bins You will want to head out to your local department store and purchase plastic bins with lids in a wide variety of colors.
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Preparing, Packing And Storing Your Model Cars, Trucks And Planes

Posted on: 8 February 2016

Building and collecting model cars, trucks and planes is something a lot of people enjoy. When these collections outgrow the space you have to store them, you have the option of packing some of them up and putting them in storage. When done properly, the models that you have spent hours completing can be stored for several years with little concern of damage occurring. Take Inventory Creating a digital inventory will help you in two ways – it will help you keep your collection organized, and you will be able to look back on what you have made over the years.
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Why A Shopping Addict Can Benefit From A Storage Unit Rental

Posted on: 16 December 2015

Have you developed a love for shopping and it's beginning to overcrowd your house? There is no reason for you to stop shopping just to reserve space in your house. All you have to do is start putting stuff inside of a storage unit rental so you can collect all of the merchandise that you want. Below, discover the various benefits that you can take advantage of with a storage unit rental (from an outlet such as Statewide Self Storage).
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Keeping Items In Storage Free From Pests

Posted on: 2 December 2015

If you are planning on placing some of your personal belongings into a self storage unit, you will want to take steps in making sure they are protected from rodents and insects. While self storage units are pretty much sealed from damaging intruders, there is still a chance your unit could have a void that is undetectable when you move items in. There is also a chance of you bringing the invaders in yourself. Here are some tips to use when packing your items as well as some precautionary steps to take when placing them into the self storage unit to help keep pests out.
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