19 January 2016
If you've made the decision to visit a self-storage business, like Pearl Street Self Storage, to look at the available units and rent some space to provide extra storage for your possessions, you might be thinking about how you can reduce your monthly bill. While shopping around to find the most cost-effective storage facility is one idea, a universally acceptable approach is to take a serious look at what you're thinking about storing and see how you can reduce it.
15 January 2016
If you own a small business and have a warehouse where you store your products, it is vital that you keep your warehouse organized. You need to be able to find products when a customer stops by to pick up an item, and you need an organized warehouse to ensure that your deliveries go out on time. Here are four tips to help you keep your warehouse more organized this year.
12 January 2016
When it comes to renting a unit at a self-storage facility to store your possessions, using the space indefinitely as a strategy that many customers adopt. However, this isn't the only way to proceed. If you have short-term needs for storage, many facilities can accommodate you whether you need just a single month to store your items or could benefit from even less time. Being able to relocate some of your things to a new home for just a short amount of time can help you in a variety of scenarios.
11 January 2016
If you have antique items that need to be stored in a self-storage unit, it is important that you get them prepared first and know how to properly store them. If you fail to do it correctly, you might find that those valuable items are ruined by the time you retrieve them. Here are some tips for storing antique furniture, jewelry, and other items. Choose a Climate-Controlled Storage Unit Before you do anything else, make sure you have a self-storage unit that offers climate control.
6 January 2016
If you are moving or if you simply do not have room for all the items you own, you will most likely want to rent a storage unit to house your items until you can transport them or make room for them in a new home. If you have electronics that need to be stored, the proper packaging and placement of these items will ensure they are kept safe while in your storage unit. Here are some tips to use when storing electronics in a self storage facility.
4 January 2016
There's a lot that can be hidden by a smart, cheap building manager. Cracks can be covered up, infestations temporarily stalled and broken features sealed up for a good appearance at first glance. It happens in homes and apartment buildings, and it can certainly happen at a storage facility. To protect yourself and to build the credibility of storage facilities deserving of your business, take a look at a few issues that could betray a problem in your future storage unit.
31 December 2015
When your lawn equipment, such as your lawn mower, leaf blower, and even snow blower, are not in use, you may wonder about where to store these items until the seasons call for their use again. Here are 3 reasons why you should place these bulky and seasonally used items in self storage, and how doing so benefits you. Your items are protected more strongly Your lawn equipment can be very valuable to potential thieves.
30 December 2015
There are many different types of storage options when it comes to storing an RV. Much of what you choose depends on how long you plan to keep it in storage. Before you choose one, make sure the facility has good security, such as a security guard on duty, a locked gate, or an alarm system in place. Below you will find information about three different types of storage so you can choose the one that is best for your RV.
29 December 2015
You are thinking of mooring your boat, but perhaps you are not sure what you must do to get your boat ready for long-term storing. The following guide should help you understand how mooring is helpful. And it will also show you some basic steps to help prepare your boat for storage. Mooring Offers Protection Your boat should be protected from the following when you opt for mooring: Swiveling Tidal surges High or strong winds Shifting currents Now you should consider a few things to help you moor your boat properly.