It’s not uncommon for hobbies and projects to take up more than their fair share of space around the house, but if your hobby is more about creating and enjoying than collecting and displaying, a self storage unit could be the perfect compromise.
Homebrewing is the perfect example of a pastime that’s more about process and product than glass display cases or mint-condition boxes. While it may seem like the number of craft beers and local breweries near you has never been higher, that hasn’t slowed the growth of homebrewing at all. Whether you make brews that are completely unique or just delight in the possibility of an ale that’s all yours, having a dedicated space for your equipment can be a huge help.
Scuba equipment is obviously resilient since it can handle deep-sea diving, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be damaged by improper storage. Many divers have special storage areas for their scuba gear when it’s not being used, but not everyone has the space and conditions necessary to store scuba equipment safely.
A good option in this situation is self storage. Reserving a storage unit for scuba gear can be a sensible short-term or long-term solution for divers who need a safe place to keep their diving equipment. With a climate-controlled storage unit and prepping equipment ahead of storage, it’s easy to protect your gear from costly damages.
We recently sat down with Dave Rimington, President of Boomer Esiason Foundation, to talk about the fight against cystic fibrosis.
Even though the Federal Aviation Administration has yet to approve the use of drones for nationwide delivery services, some states allow them for business uses, such as aerial photography and landscape surveillance. Using these relatively small, battery-powered devices, you can obtain photos and high-quality video from a much higher altitude easier than ever.
Your model airplanes aren’t just toys. You worked hard to assemble them, or perhaps they were passed down to you by a friend or relative and now hold sentimental value. Nevertheless, each model is a point of pride. But you may not always have the space to store them in your home. In this case, self storage can be the perfect place to keep your model airplanes in mint condition.
For cigar enthusiasts, a fine stogie is a beautiful thing. That beauty comes not only from the way it smokes and feels, but also the way it looks in a collection, which means there are few things worse than pulling a ruined cigar from your stock.
Throughout late spring, summer, and early autumn, the western United States—particularly Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Oregon, and Texas—faces a threat scarcely known to the rest of the nation. As temperatures rise and precipitation dwindles, the vegetation becomes drier, and wildfire season begins.
Relocating is stressful, and timing is often the most testing part of a major move. What if you have to move out of your old home before your new one is ready? What if you need to get your car across the country, as well as a moving truck? While these are difficult situations you’ll most likely encounter while relocating, investing in a self storage unit can help you through.
During the celebration of an engagement and wedding, a couple receives a number of gifts from family and friends as they begin their life together. However, many newlyweds don’t have the space for all of the gifts they receive, as they’re either moving in together for the first time or they’re in the process of moving to a larger home.
When a do-it-yourself landscaping project is finished, there’s often material left over, like bricks and chunks of concrete. Not to mention, there might be equipment that you no longer need.
So what are your options? Well, you could throw everything away or donate it. Or you could get your money’s worth by saving it until your next landscaping project comes around—if you’re particularly hands-on when it comes to your yard, you know that’s bound to happen. But where can you keep these extra supplies and tools? Having a big stack of bricks and wheelbarrows scattered all over your garage or driveway is a nuisance.