• Acoustic Guitar Storage
    By Patrick Galvan, Storage.com With its wooden body and nylon (or steel) strings, an acoustic guitar is especially susceptible to damage. Whether it’s bumped, stepped on, exposed to water, or subjected to...
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  • Storage for Real Estate Agents
    By Molly Hammond, Storage.com To be successful in real estate, you need more than a big smile and the ability to sell. You need well-kept files, signage to direct potential...
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  • Using a 10×20 Storage Unit for Construction Contracting
    By Patrick Galvan, Storage.com A construction project requires weeks—sometimes months—of commitment and hard work. In addition to erecting a good-looking structure, construction contractors constantly worry about the transportation, maintenance, and safety of...
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  • How to Store an Unframed Canvas Painting
    By Patrick Galvan, Storage.com After working on canvas paintings for months, the last thing you want is for your artwork to get damaged, especially if selling your work is a major source...
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  • Keeping Cosplay Outfits in Storage
    By Molly Hammond, Storage.com Creating the kinds of costumes that win prizes at conventions is no easy feat, and cosplayers know it. What’s more difficult, though, is finding somewhere to keep completed...
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