Tips For Buying A Storage Unit

Posted on: 30 November 2015

Self-storage units are pretty commonly used by individuals who just need a little bit of extra storage space. In general, these units are rented at a specialized facility, where they can be accessed by the current renter. However, you might be more interested in buying a unit for your own safekeeping, such as a storage unit that you might want to keep on your property. Here are some tips that you should keep in mind for such a situation:
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Tips On Protecting Your Car During Winter Storage

Posted on: 28 November 2015

Winter can be brutal on your car, with freezing temperatures, snow buildup, animal infestation and salt damage all quite capable of wreaking havoc on your car while in storage. If you are planning on storing your car this winter, read on for car winterizing tips to help protect the finish, tires and interior. Protecting the finish and interior Before putting your car in storage, give it a thorough scrubbing with a non-abrasive towel and soapy water so as to remove any dirt particles, bird droppings, tree sap and other contaminates that could gradually corrode the finish or scratch the paint while you put on the car cover.
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How To Make The Most Out Of Your Self Storage Space

Posted on: 25 November 2015

Whether you are just now considering a self storage unit rental or you already have one that needs a little reorganization, check out the following tips. This way, you will be able to make the most out of the space that you have to work with. Color Code Your Boxes With Duct Tape Sure, you can mark all of your cardboard boxes with magic marker. However, this can be problematic when you are trying to locate a specific box in a self storage unit that is filled with a lot of things.
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Protect Your Electronics During Long-Term Storage

Posted on: 24 November 2015

If you're running out of room in your home because of a move, or you need to put things away for a long trip, your computers and other electronics need some extra care while you're gone. Unless you're going to leave your electronics in the care of someone who will actually maintain the systems, dust, humidity and other corrupting problems could be waiting for you when you get back. Before putting everything away in storage, take the time to understand what could go wrong and how you can protect your electronics during long-term storage.
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