How To Experience A New City For A Year

Posted on: 29 May 2017

Sometimes, life gives us the opportunity to experience a new place for a short chunk of time. If you've been dying to break out of your routine, but want to return back to your home city, here are some tips to follow for a smooth year away.  Get a Self-Storage Unit For a shorter time away from home, it usually makes sense to pack away all of your items in a self-storage unit.
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Five Tips On How To Pack A Portable Storage Container

Posted on: 15 May 2017

Storage containers and portable storage containers, or storage trailers, are an excellent way to prepare for a move, or stash things until you can have them hauled to a permanent place. They can be parked right on your property allowing you the convenience of time and removing the inconvenience of hauling things to a storage building. When you finish up with a packing project, you can immediately transfer it to your storage container until time to move.
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How To Put Plants Into Storage

Posted on: 28 March 2017

Plants are a living, breathing part of any home and can add quite a bit to the aesthetic to the room that they are installed in. However, they can also take up a great deal of space, especially since they are the only household decoration that will slowly take up more space over time. If you want to free up some space, or simply want to move your plants into storage to keep them in a separate, safe location while moving, you may want to consider renting a self-storage unit to put your plants in.
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3 Boat Storage Mistakes And How To Avoid Them

Posted on: 15 March 2017

Storing your boat, whether for winter or just for a couple of months when it won't be in use, must be done properly if you want to avoid problems down the road. Many boat owners try to self store, although this isn't always the best option. The following are some mistakes you want to avoid when storing your boat for more than a couple of weeks. #1: Storing the boat outside
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