Portable storage boxes come in a variety of sizes. Figuring out what size you need is the tricky part – this will be determined by a number of factors that you should think about before going ahead with a rental. Once you’ve gone through the steps below, you can and should consult with a storage unit provider. Nevertheless, it’s…
After an unfortunate event like a flood, fire, or pest infestation, home restoration can be a source of inconvenience. Another problem you may face when restoring your home is figuring out how and where to store your belongings while the work is underway. This is when portable storage can be a real lifesaver.
Over time, the amount of paperwork that accumulates can have a substantial impact on the efficiency and productivity of your business. That is why business owners are increasingly turning to offsite document storage for records that are not in immediate use. In this case, record management services are a smart option.
So you have a date and are finally ready to move to your new place. Unfortunately, this date just so happens to fall on the coldest day of the season. Nevertheless, there are a few helpful tips and tricks you can follow that will make your move in the winter a smooth sailing.
When it comes to portable storage units, there are plenty of options on the market right now. Storage containers come in a variety of materials: wood, plastic, aluminum, etc. However, storage companies have been recently switching to steel as the main material in storage boxes.
With the cost of office space these days, making the best use of what you have is important. And if you find yourself either running out of space, working in a more cluttered space or needing space to grow, then moving some things to a storage container might be just the ticket.
There comes a time in many people’s lives when downsizing is their next life step. Not to be confused with decluttering, downsizing means moving to a new place with less space than your current abode. This in turn means deciding what to keep on hand, what gets discarded, what gets sold and what goes to storage.
So just why is choosing a climate-controlled storage unit so important? Well, one of the most disheartening things that can happen is opening your storage unit after a period of time only to find vestiges of mold and mildew on everything. When that happens, moisture is at fault. Excess moisture can also lead to rust, corrosion, rot, insect and pest infestations. So how do you prevent it from happening to you?