How to Store Items in a Non-Climate Controlled Storage

Posted on: 19 August 2021

If you're about to start your school holiday, leaving your neighborhood for a few months for work, or your home is under renovation, you may need some space for storing your items. Non-controlled climate and climate-controlled storage are common storage options to consider. However, the former option is more affordable and an excellent choice. Here's how to store your belongings in non-climate controlled storage units. Store Dry Items Before placing your items in non-climate controlled storage, ensure that they're all dry.
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Renting a Self-Storage Unit Between College Semesters

Posted on: 2 February 2021

Does anyone move more often than college students? From semester to semester, and from year to year, it can feel like you're constantly relocating. And it can be a struggle to figure out what to do with your things when you're moving from the dorms to an apartment, and then back into your parents' house all within a few years. For many students, renting a self-storage unit between semesters is the ideal way to stash your things when you're between residences.
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Compare The Benefits Of Indoor And Outdoor Facilities Before You Choose Your Storage Unit

Posted on: 8 October 2020

When you have too many belongings, you may want to free up space in your home by renting a storage unit. When you're ready to rent a unit, you need to decide if you want an indoor or outdoor facility. Each has their good points and downsides. Here's a look at the benefits of each type. Things You May Like About Outdoor Storage The main benefit of an outdoor unit is you can drive up to it and park in front of the overhead door.
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Tips For Choosing A Storage Unit For Your Valuables

Posted on: 20 December 2019

If you want to rent a storage unit for the first time, you might be at a loss on how to go about the selection of the right unit for your valuables. After all, you need a unit that can protect your items without costing you an arm and a leg. Below are a few useful tips to help you with the selection. Number and Size of Items The number and size of the belongings you want to store determines the size of the storage unit to rent.
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