Not Using A Vehicle Much? 5 Reasons To Store It

Posted on: 22 June 2020

Are you driving less during 2020? For a variety of reasons — working from home, being furloughed, or just sheltering from Covid-19 exposure — more people are leaving their cars in the driveway than ever before. If your vehicle is sitting idle at home, though, consider the value of properly storing it off-site. How can this benefit you and your car? Here are five key ways.  1. Idled Cars are Targets.
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Moving Across Town? 3 Reasons To Invest In A Mobile Storage Unit

Posted on: 2 June 2020

Mobile storage units are becoming more popular among today's consumers. These storage units, which resemble small shipping containers, offer a number of benefits that consumers can take advantage of. People who are moving to a new home across town might not think that mobile storage units are designed to help them with their move. This simply isn't true. Access to a mobile storage unit during a cross-town move can streamline the moving process and help you reduce the amount of stress you feel during your move.
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4 Things to Keep Out of Your Storage Unit

Posted on: 20 May 2020

A storage unit is a great place to store a wide range of items, from your winter clothing to extra furniture you don't need right now. However, there are some items you need to keep out of your storage unit in order to protect everything else you are storing. Here's a look at a few examples.  #1: Food You should not store food in your storage unit. Even food that is in a sealed container could become an issue.
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5 Items To Move To Your Storage Unit This Spring

Posted on: 25 February 2020

As spring rolls around, and you clean up your home, it is time to move the items you won't need until next fall or winter into a storage unit. There is no reason to have your home cluttered up with items you will not use for months. Item #1: Bedding In the winter, it is normal to use lots of extra bedding. As the weather gets warmer, you don't need your flannel sheets on your mattress, nor do you need that wool blanket on your bed.
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