28 July 2016
If you've got a big move coming up, you may want to rely on a storage unit to hold some of your things. This will enable you to have additional space that may be necessary during your move. However, choosing the ideal unit is sure to be helpful and can make things less stressful for you. By knowing specific things you should consider before making a rental commitment, you can make a more informed choice.
8 June 2016
If your family has multiple vehicles and you alternate between summer and winter tires on each, your available storage space in your garage, basement or shed has to be substantial enough to keep several sets of tires throughout the year. When you don't have much storage space, you might be thinking about storing the tires off-site. While many automotive centers will store tires for customers, a better solution is to rent a storage unit nearby, as you'll have space for storing any other seldom-used things beyond your tires.
13 April 2016
If you are planning a move and you have limited mobility, this might be a process that will involve some assistance. It can be stressful for anyone to plan a move, but if you have a disability or are older, this can feel even more overwhelming. With a little additional help and efficient planning, this process can go smoothly for anyone. Here are three tips for those with limited mobility that are planning a move.
26 January 2016
Toys tend to be fragile, so you need to pack them carefully before loading them into a moving van. Your children won't be too happy with you, and this may make them take longer to settle in their new place if you damage their toys. Use these helpful strategies to take care of the toys during the move: Leave A Few Toys for the Kids You shouldn't pack all the toys; moving is such a stressful thing that it's likely your kids will need the toys before the move is over.