Keeping Your Belongings Moisture-Free While In Storage

When placing items in a storage facility, your main concern will be keeping them safe from risk of damage. The way you pack your belongings as well as the conditions of the unit you are placing them into will make an impact on their safety. Combating moisture is important so items do not become rotted, mildewed, or rusted. Here are some steps you can take while preparing your items for their move to help keep your unit moisture-free. Read More 

Considering Moving Insurance? Here’s What You Need To Know!

If you're planning on moving in the near future--whether you're moving across the city or across the country--it's important to make sure that your belongings are protected by some form of insurance. Specifically, you may want to look into the possibility of purchasing a moving insurance policy, which can provide you with reimbursement or replacement in the event that any of your possessions are damaged or destroyed. Before you buy a policy, though, there are some things you'll want to know. Read More 

Why People Love Storage Units (And You Should Too)

Driving down any Interstate highway, you're sure to see a storage facility or two. In the last 25 years, this industry has boomed. According to the Self Storage Association, there are currently more than 48,500 self storage facilities in the United States alone and that number continues to grow. What's caused this boom? There are many reasons that people are learning to love storage units, but  here are just a couple of reasons why you should love storage facilities, too. Read More 

5 Tips For Deciding What To Put Into A Storage Unit

Everyone is different, and some people like to retain old possessions while others like to take a more minimalistic approach. It can be difficult to decide what to keep and what to toss, and no matter how mindful you are, stuff can accumulate over time. Below are five questions to ask yourself when putting your belongings into a storage unit. Do I actually use it? If you haven't used a particular item in six months or more, it can probably go into storage without creating too much of a hardship. Read More