| October 13th, 2015 |
Moving long distance is incredibly exciting but can be frustrating when it comes to planning. Packing all your items, cleaning the house, and creating a moving plan take up a lot of time. If you’re moving a long distance and have an extra car or don’t want to drive multiple cars across the country finding the right service to do this may be added work. So if you’re in one of these situations and are looking for a solution then perhaps a moving company may work for you. Let them take care of the hassle of driving two cars across the country. Let your family move together rather than splitting up in vehicles. Keep these following tips in mind as you are searching for a service provider and you’ll be good to go. Continue reading
| October 6th, 2015 |
Moving day can be both interesting and tiring at the same time for the college students. Consulting with a moving company may help you bring down the hassles associated with moving back into your dorm. Our own team has put together the following helpful hints to make your transition back into school smooth and orderly.
1) Leave the extra furniture at home: Avoid bringing too much extra furniture when you begin setting up your dorm. The provided furniture should usually do the trick for your year at school. Moreover, the bulky furniture pieces may occupy more space that you may need for other stuff. If you don’t have room for furniture but can’t keep it at home, then perhaps renting a storage unit for you. Continue reading
| September 29th, 2015 |
Congratulations! You’ve found a new place to live and it’s time to move. The problem is you have plenty of belongings and want to ensure they arrive in perfect condition. Allowing your friends to help you move may be budget friendly but the quality of their work may not quiet be up to par. Hiring experts is going to be the solution for you. Now it’s moving day, you’ve done your research, looked up reviews, received several quotes, and chosen the company to entrust your items to. Today is the day you find out if all your research paid off. So here is how to know if you’ve hired the right company for your move. Continue reading
| February 10th, 2015 |
College students are always on a move be it heading to their parent’s house for a break or relocating to a new school. Plus, they have this notorious habit of collecting vast amount of ‘’stuff’’ in their dorms or apartments. So, Let’s bring an end to the question ‘’where am I going to keep this items?!” Below we have a few self-storage tips for the college students.
Students should look for a facility that is close to their campus. Along with proximity, it is important to ensure that the self-storage facility should offer 7 days access, so that one can retrieve their items whenever they want. Continue reading
| February 4th, 2015 |
Where do we go when we are moving, and need to store certain heat sensitive items? This is where climate control storage units come into the picture.
Two of the leading causes of damage to our stuff in poorly ventilated places are moisture and mold, and the climate control units help to do remove these causes by securing our valuables from humidity and air temperatures.
The question arises as to what kind of items to store in the climate control units. Precious family heirlooms, antiques, and other kind of valuable items that might not survive for long term in the regular storage units, need these special containers to survive for the longer run. Continue reading
| January 26th, 2015 |
A happy customer from our sister company Ben Hur. They helped this smiling customer move his items into storage.