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Talking About Placing Clothing in Storage Units

Hello, my name is Lois. Welcome to my site about utilizing storage units for different objects. There are several storage options you can use for clothing and other seasonal items. The type and amount of clothing you have determines the storage unit that will work best for your needs. Storage units range from indoor, climate controlled units to basic outdoor rooms. I want to talk about all of the different ways you can prepare and store your clothing and seasonal belongings in these units. I hope to help you keep your home clutter-free throughout the year. Thanks for coming by.

Tricks For Making Your Packing More Eco-Friendly

Whether you're packing your items for storage or preparing for a move, you may be wondering what you can do to make your packing more ecologically friendly. Packing often involves a huge number of packing products, many of which are comprised of paper and other cellulose materials. Here are a few of the best options for you to consider.  Invest in Plastic Storage Bins Though plastic may not be healthy for the environment, reusable items certainly are. Read More 

Tips For Storing Vinyl, Cassettes, And CDs

You may be listening to more musical on digital devices, but that doesn't mean you are ready to get rid of your whole collection. Whether you need to store vinyl, cassette tapes, or CDs, knowing the right way to do it can help you avoid damage to your precious tunes. The following tips can help: Tip #1: Invest in climate control Heat is the enemy of music. It warps records and CDs. Read More 

How To Properly Store Vintage Musical Media In Your Storage Unit

If you need to store some of your belongings in a storage unit, and you own music from past decades, you most likely wish to properly preserve the media on which it located while protecting it from harm. Musical media can be safely stored in your unit if you take precautionary steps in its packaging. Here are some tips to use if you need to hold your vintage musical library in a storage unit for an extended period of time. Read More 

Survivalist Storage 101: A Guide To What You May Need In Storage

According to the Conservative Treehouse, there are at least three million preppers in the United States alone. If you consider yourself a prepper in progress, you likely have started a healthy stash of survival items that are being tucked away in all sorts of places in your home or on your property. However, it is definitely a good idea to create a cache of supplies in a different location, such as a self storage facility, just in case you have to leave your home. Read More 

3 Reasons Recent College Grads Should Invest In Self-Storage

Finishing college is a major milestone for many young adults. Unfortunately, navigating life after college can be a bit of a challenge. Statistics show that up to one-half of college graduates expect to be financially supported by their parents for at least two years following their graduation from college. If you are moving back in with mom and dad after you complete your degree to save money, it can be beneficial to invest in a self-storage unit. Read More