A Quick Guide To Help You Understand Climate Controlled Storage Units

Climate controlled storage units tend to cost a little more than non-climate controlled units. However, there are many benefits of climate controlled storage units. Here are a few things you need to know about how climate controlled storage units works and when they are beneficial.  How Climate Controlled Storage Units Work A non-climate controlled storage unit is like storing your items inside of a shed or garage that does not have an HVAC system to regulate the temperate. Read More 

Storage Unit Preparation For Wooden Objects

It may be time to put that antique collection of chairs or custom wood workbench away. Long-term storage is a viable option, but without the right preparation, you could be putting sensitive objects into a steamy part of the state with humidity that can ruin wood. Along with careful inspection, take the time to understand what you'll need to keep your wooden belongings safe for as long as possible. Dehumidifiers to Remove Moisture Read More 

Top Benefits Of Climate-Controlled Self Storage As A Survivalist

As a survivalist who takes pride in being prepared for a disastrous situation, there are great benefits to having a cache of supplies located away from your home in a self-storage unit. This gives you and your loved ones access to necessary supplies in the event that your home becomes off limits or you are forced to leave. While you are looking for just the right facility for your cache of supplies, one of the biggest features you should be looking for is climate control. Read More 

Simplifying Your Cross-Town Move

Moving is never an enjoyable process, and even less so if you're having to relocate all your belongings alone. Whether due to scheduling conflicts or being new in town, even a local move is challenging on your own. However, there are companies that can help, and options available to you, but there are also some pitfalls to be avoided. Hired Hands For something as menial as moving, you might be tempted to seek out the lowest price out there, but that can be dangerous if you're not careful. Read More 

Cost Isn’t Everything: 2 Things To Consider Before Choosing An Interstate Mover

Choosing an interstate mover because they offer the lowest price isn't always the best idea. You also need to consider how the mover places your items in the moving truck and van, as well as how they transport your items during long trips. In addition, you want to choose an interstate mover that offers insurance coverage for your items. So before you hire the lowest bidder, keep these two things in mind. Read More