Here’s What The Boat Storage Facility You Choose Should Be Able To Offer

6 August 2018
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If you're like most people who own a boat, you don't have lots of room at home to store it, so you have to rely on a storage facility. Luckily, there are lots of great storage options to choose from! Following are a few features to look for when choosing a new storage facility for your boat: Pressure Washing Services Make maintaining your boat easy throughout the year by ensuring that the boat storage facility you choose offers onsite pressure washing services. Read More 

Preventing Clutter In Your Self-Storage Unit

23 April 2018
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Renting a self-storage unit provides a great way to eliminate clutter in your home, but without proper planning, your storage space can also become cluttered. Here are a few strategies you can use to keep your space neat and clutter-free. Choose A Larger Unit While your self-storage facility may be able to recommend a space based on how much you need to store, you may find that you need more room. Read More 

Four Reasons To Choose Drive-Up Storage

1 March 2018
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When it comes to choosing a self-storage facility, there are many options available. Knowing which one is right for your needs will make it easier to keep your items secure and easily accessible. One available option is drive-up storage. This type of facility is located outside, with rows of storage buildings separated by paved areas. The paved areas allow you to simply drive your vehicle right up to the storage unit door. Read More 

Tips For Putting Family Room Furniture Into Self Storage

19 January 2018
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Do you need to put your family room furniture into a storage unit? If so, you may have concerns about how to keep all those tables, chairs, and couches free from potential damage while they are away. Here are some tips for getting that furniture ready. Clean Upholstered Furniture Any furniture that is upholstered should be cleaned before putting it into self storage. Start by getting out the vacuum to go over all of the fabric surfaces, which will help remove dust and dirt that can cause the fabrics to deteriorate while they are away. Read More