By using a self storage unit to store seasonal items, unused furniture, and other belongings that you don’t need at home year-round, you can easily get the necessary space for a mancave in your basement or an additional room.
When moving or renovating, people will rent a storage unit to temporarily keep furniture safe and out of the way. While most items will be fine in storage, wooden furniture requires more attention. Since wooden furniture is prone to damage, you need to protect it with the right storage conditions.
When storing a newspaper collection, be sure to find climate-controlled storage, preserve your collection ahead of storage, and keep boxes or storage containers off of the unit floor. All of these steps will help you keep your collection good for many years to come.
While many of our devices rely on car chargers and power cords, many things are still battery-operated. You might not give a lot of thought to batteries normally, but storing batteries (or items powered by them) in a self storage unit requires extra consideration, especially during the winter.
A taxidermy collection is among your most prized possessions as a hunter. But if you’re moving or renovating your home—or your spouse says there are too many dead animals in the house—you may need to find a safe place to store your collection other than in your home. That’s where self storage can help.
While pottery deserves extra care when it’s being moved and stored, it’s not as weak as you may think. Check out these simple tips to help you keep your pottery in good shape.
A self storage unit is the perfect place to store holiday decorations until next year. We talked to Christmas decoration and self storage experts and got their tips on how to store trees, lights, ornaments, etc.
If, for whatever reason, you and your electric guitar are taking a little break, don’t fret. A storage facility is the perfect place to keep your guitar while you move to a new home or get back some much-needed space in your home.
As we found out last week, Santa Claus has been using storage facilities throughout the United States to make his annual flight across the world to deliver gifts to those on his “Nice List.” Though we now know where he stashes Christmas gifts, there’s still one question: How does Santa deliver these gifts each year?
What began as a series of leaked videos, it’s now clear that Santa Claus uses self storage facilities across the United States to deliver gifts to the girls and boys on his “Nice” list. Learn more and see our “Tracking Santa” infographic.