| January 19th, 2016 |
Storage units have become a part and parcel of the lives of an average person living in the USA. And rightly so, since it allows everyone to de-clutter their lives while also giving them the option of storing the stuff that otherwise one would have to throw out. So, storage units have somewhat become a necessity.
Storage units allow people to store a wide array of things, but with this, it is expected from people to use their discretion and common sense while storing objects in a storage cell.
Here are certain things that you should avoid storing in the storage units. Continue reading
| January 12th, 2016 |
Not everything can be stored in a similar manner. There are some items that need to be stored in special ways to protect them for future use. For example, milk will go sour if left out of the fridge whereas uncooked rice can be stored in a pantry and will be fine. Just as different foods require different ways to be preserved, the same applies to storing items in storage units. When you are storing your belongings in a storage unit, you should take into consideration the different types of items you are storing so that you can protect them. For example, some items could be rendered useless if exposed to extreme weather conditions or extreme temperature changes. A solution for protecting your belongings that are in storage units is by using a climate controlled unit. Continue reading
| December 28th, 2015 |
As we all know, NYC is not forgiving when it comes to space. Having a hobby with lots of pieces, a large closet, or kids means that you’re going to run out of space fast. With room to live at such a high premium offsite storage is a reasonable solution for many New Yorkers. Just as we can get creative with furniture placement or hidden storage at home, storing things in a unit can mean creativity as well. Learning how to utilize all the space you’re paying for may take some time and planning but in the end you’ll be able to use everything efficiently. Continue reading
| November 24th, 2015 |
Relocating involves many moving parts, a lot of which can be incredibly stressful if they are not taken care of in exactly the right way. There are boxes to be packed, a new home to be found, and plans for everyone’s move. One way to relieve yourself from some of the stress is to rent a storage unit. This will provide you with extra space during your move as well as the security that your belongings will be well protected. Storing precious items offsite while moving can save them from any wear and tear they might encounter. When using a storage unit, it’s important to keep some of the following tips in mind. Continue reading
| November 10th, 2015 |
Square footage is becoming more and more of a luxury, especially in New York City. Flats, condos, and apartments though affordable, do not have a lot of storage space. So whether you are out of space, relocating, or renovating, you may need a storage unit. Using a unit will assist you in keeping your extra items safe and declutter your life for a bit. With all the options out there it’s difficult to chose which storage unit to use. Finding the right reviews, price, and features takes time. But with our tips you’ll be able to find the right storage unit in no time. To differentiate between a good storage service provider and a bad one, you can look at different features of the storage units. Continue reading
| November 3rd, 2015 |
Self storage units can be a great help when you have too much stuff and not enough space to keep your belongings. These units are not just great for personal use, but also for businesses. Besides freeing up the much needed office space, they can also help grow sales as well. Join us as we break down some of the factors that make storage units a valuable part of a business: Continue reading