Whether you are moving, decluttering, or selling your home, you may decide that you need to rent a storage unit. While the process of renting one is simple and straightforward, you may not have much experience with transferring lots of items from your home to a storage unit. If you are going to handle this task in a single day, you should pick up several essentials beforehand.
An important thing to have with you for the entire process is bottled water.
Are you downsizing your home and losing a bedroom? If so, you may be looking to put that extra mattress into storage until you finally need it again. Storing a mattress isn't as easy as you think may be, since some care needs to go into how the mattress is stored so it is in perfect condition when it eventually comes out. Here are 3 tips to follow.
Use a Breathable Fabric to Cover the Mattress
With the popularity of shows like Storage Wars on the rise, there are more and more people interested in buying abandoned self storage units at auction. While storage unit auctions are a common way for the owners of these businesses to liquidate the items that are left behind and regain some of their monies owed, real life storage auctions are not always exactly as what is depicted in the media or on television.
When it comes to storing your boat, you have several options. The one you choose depends on several factors, including your location, the reason for storing, and your budget. The following guide can help you choose the best storage option for you:
#1: Outside home storage
This is the most budget-friendly option for boat owners that have the outdoor space and no constraints, such as from an HOA, on using it.
There are a number of reasons why you may be looking to store a car in at a self storage facility. You may be looking to store a classic or vintage car that you rarely drive and don't have garage space to park at home. You may be going on an extended vacation and may be looking to store your car. Or you may not have covered parking and may be looking to protect an extra vehicle against icy or snowy winter conditions.