Leave It Or Load It? 7 Things You Should Not Bring With You When You Move

Posted on: 10 September 2015

Moving to a new house can be exciting, fun and stressful all at once. Preparations for a move can begin months in advance, and you may want to start packing as soon as you find out the date on which you'll be moving. Before you rush to load everything you own into your local moving company's van, realize that there are a few things that really shouldn't make the trip. Here are seven things that you are better off leaving behind when you move to a new house. [Read More]

7 Creative Ways To Reuse Moving Supplies After You Settle In

Posted on: 17 July 2015

You spend a good portion of your moving budget on quality moving supplies like boxes and tape, making it painful to just toss that stuff in the trash as you unpack. Reusing the materials you used for moving can help you enjoy your new home faster and reduce the amount of waste going into the landfill. Try these seven creative ideas instead of heading for the dumpster. 1. Turn Tape Into Dry Erase Labels [Read More]

Prevent Snakes From Inhabiting Your Storage Unit By Removing Two Basic Animal Needs

Posted on: 10 June 2015

Self storage units are a great place for individuals to keep their possessions. However, a poorly-kept storage unit can be attractive to a variety of animal pests searching for food or shelter. Though nearly any animal can cause frustration or fright for storage unit renters, perhaps the most unwelcome animal pests of all are snakes. Below is more information on what you can do to prevent snakes from seeking to inhabit your storage unit by removing two basic needs: [Read More]

5 Inventive Ways To Split Up Storage Units

Posted on: 13 May 2015

Splitting the space in self storage units can help save money and give you additional space instead of choosing a smaller unit. Once you've decided on a split unit with a friend or family member, it's a good idea to come up with an ideal way to evenly split the space. The following five splitting tactics can work with a majority of self storage units and will make the management of the unit a lot easier to handle. [Read More]