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Moving in With Your Partner? You'll Need a Storage Unit

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When you fall in love, one of the most exciting steps in your relationship is moving in with your new partner. While the moving in process is exciting, it does come with some logistical challenges. If you both have your own furniture and goods, you’ll need to decide how to blend them. Here are some of the ways a storage unit could help. Extra Space for You Both Regardless of which person’s home will become both of your homes, you’re going to need space for all of your goods. Read More»

3 Questions to Ask Yourself When Renting a Storage Unit

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Choosing a storage unit is not as easy as one would think. Today, there is a wide range of self-storage options. As such, you might be overwhelmed when deciding what storage option they should consider. Below are some questions you should ask yourself when renting a self-storage unit. Hopefully, they will ease your search for a storage unit.  1. What Do You Intend To Store In The Unit?  Below are a few ways that the answers to these questions will influence your choice of the storage unit. Read More»

Top Tips When Choosing A Self Storage Unit

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Self-storage is an instant solution for people and businesses that require extra storage space for their home appliances and office equipment. Below is a step by step guide on how to choose a storage facility.  Opt For Reputable Companies Conduct some background research to assess the reputation of the various self-storage companies in your locality. Some of your concerns should include: The company should have a responsive customer care department. Read More»

Tips for disposing of old furniture efficiently

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Usually, you dispose of furniture when you relocate, downsize or upgrade your furniture. When this happens, you need to know how to dispose of old furniture properly. The condition of your furniture and the removal options available play a role in furniture removal. Before you can dispose of your furniture efficiently, you need to assess what state it is in. Old furniture that is still intact can be donated to charity, but broken down furniture should be thrown away. Read More»

Minimise the Risk of Your Tank Water Freezing With These Tips

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Although rainwater harvesting is steadily being adopted in Australian households, not many homeowners consider the risk of their water tank freezing during the colder months. And despite the fact that Australia is famed for its warm climate, the temperatures can drop significantly low during the winter, and this could hinder you from using your harvested water. The first measure you can take is to have a large tank, such as one with 5000-gallon tank capacity or more. Read More»

Two reasons to use a self-storage facility

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Self-storage facilities provide storage units of varying sizes to those who need somewhere safe to keep their belongings. Items can be left in these facilities for a few days, months, or even years, if required. Here are two specific reasons why you might want to put some of your possessions into a storage unit or storage locker. You’re building your own home Many people who choose to build their own homes opt to stay in temporary accommodation whilst the construction process is carried out. Read More»

Top Storage Tricks: what's worth keeping?

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Ask anyone who works in a storage facility what baffles them most, and you’ll likely keep getting the same answer: why do people pay to hang on to stuff they could just buy new for less money later on when they need it again? Read on for a quick guide to what you should pack your storage locker with–and what you might as well get rid of instead. Three Things You May As Well As Throw Out. Read More»

How QR Codes Can Make Storage a Breeze

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If you should ever have to use a self storage facility for an extended period of time, it’s important to keep track of just what is being stored. You might need to put the majority of your possessions into storage while you’re building a new home, or you might be planning to travel for a while. You might also operate a home-based business and use a storage facility as your warehouse. Read More»

What's Worth Keeping: Tips for Sensible Storage

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Whether it’s because they’re going travelling, downsizing their living space, or having a large-scale renovation, most people need a storage locker at some point during their lives. To use the space you have available to you as efficiently as possible, though, it’s important to store only the things you really need to keep.  Three Things to Hang Onto … Anything with genuine sentimental value. The best reason to take the advice in this guide to heart is to give yourself enough room to store all the things that really matter—mementos, memorabilia, and reminders of people and things that are important to you. Read More»

Space Utilization For The Small Shed: 2 Ideas

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In a large number of cases, homeowners are forced to work with limited space in the backyard for the construction of a new storage shed or for the installation of one that has been purchased. Working with limited space for shed construction/ installation may be challenging. However, once the construction/installation of the shed has been done, the small size of the shed should no longer be a challenge. There are various ways through which a homeowner can ensure the maximum utilization of available space in a small storage shed. Read More»