11 April 2017
You may have decided to sell handmade bath and body products, or perhaps the demand from your customers has gotten so great that you have run out of room at your home to store them. You may have thought of renting a self storage unit to keep the excess products you have created, and this is a good idea, as long as you package and store them properly. How do you store your bath and body products to keep in a storage unit?
10 April 2017
In many parts of the country, storing your boat in the fall and winter months is necessary. The cold temperatures can be damaging to the boat's engine and propulsion systems so proper preparation and storage is key to keeping the boat in good condition and ready for the next year. Whether you are going to store the boat for a few months or much longer, take the time to do it right and the boat will be ready to use when you are ready to use it.
6 April 2017
Controlling the environment in your self-storage unit at a facility like East "O" Street Self Storage LLC can help to keep your items protected from damage. Renting a climate-controlled unit is the first step in protecting your items, as the temperature control shields your unit from extreme heat and cold. There are, however, several other things you can do to provide even more protection. Here are a few things you may want to consider as you look for a climate-controlled storage unit.
5 April 2017
The most common way to organize your possessions is to put them in a box or plastic bin. Boxes are nice because they are stackable and can handle a considerable amount of weight before caving in. Plastic bins are not as strong, but you should still be able to stack them a few layers high and you can see inside them. If you are getting ready to rent a storage unit because you are lacking the space inside your home, you are likely trying to come up with ways that you can organize your items to avoid a cluttered space.
26 May 2016
Making your own home-brewed beer is a hobby that can be enjoyed while making the beer and long after it is bottled. Storing the equipment can sometimes be an issue – where do you keep all of that stuff when you aren't using it? Renting a storage unit and properly preparing your equipment will help you to keep it all in great shape, out of the way, and making great tasting beer for years to come.