What Makes Climate-Controlled Storage Unique?

Have you been looking into getting a self-storage unit, and run into a classification of units that say they have climate controls? If so, you're likely trying to determine if this type of unit is necessary for your storage needs. Here is what makes this type of storage unit unique and worth considering. Consistent Temperature The main benefit of having a climate-controlled storage unit is going to be the consistent temperature that your storage unit will be. [Read More]

Tips For Storing Household Appliances

Household appliances, such as refrigerators and washing machines, may look tough, but they can be damaged by poor storage. The risk is especially true if keeping the appliances in long-term household storage. Below are some tips you can use when storing household appliances.    Run One Last Cycle For appliances that use water, it is important to run one last empty cycle before disconnection. This is true for appliances such as washing machines and dishwashers. [Read More]

3 Tips For Minimizing Expenses With An Urban Storage Unit Rental

When you look at rural storage facilities and the units that you can choose, you may find that you can get a lot of storage space without spending a lot of money. This is not something that will happen in urban areas where space is so limited and valuable. If you are looking to rent an urban storage unit and you want to do everything that you can to keep expenses to a minimum, you should make a commitment to getting creative with how you go about utilizing storage space. [Read More]

Does Your Storage Bring You Joy? 6 Reasons You Shouldn't Declutter

Though decluttering may be a popular trend right now, it doesn't necessarily mean that it's the smartest thing to do every single time. Decluttering is a valuable way to reduce your mental burden and empty your house of useless things but there are times when it can go wrong. Here are a few reasons why you shouldn't declutter—and why you should invest in a storage facility instead. 1. Decluttering Doesn't Really Reduce Consumption [Read More]