Things To Look For In A Safe Self Storage Facility


Too many people find themselves thinking that the only thing that they have to consider when they are out looking for a self storage facility is the price. While this is certainly something that you are going to consider, you need to think more about how safe you will be at that unit. Whether you visit your self storage unit during the day, night, or both. To help you make sure that you are finding the best possible self storage shed when safety is your concern, you will want to review the following things.

4 March 2015

Consolidating Your Items After You Move


If you are going to be moving from a large home to one that is smaller, you may want to invest in a self storage unit to hold items so you do not fill your house or apartment with extra clutter. Moving quickly can leave you with an abundance of items that you will want to go through, so having a storage unit is a great idea to hold them as you sort.

26 February 2015

Get Your Piano Ready To Move: Tips On Safely Packing And Moving Your Piano


Your piano is more than just an investment, it is a way for you to express your creativity. That's why you want to make sure that it is handled properly when it comes time to move it. The best way to make sure that your piano goes through the move safely is to hire a professional to do it, because they have the experience needed to alleviate as much risk as possible for your piano.

18 February 2015

How Using Self-Storage Units Can Help You With A Home Sale And Move


Selling your house and moving can be stressful enough as it is, but it often becomes even more stressful when you need to go through a lifetime of items you've accumulated. Having too much "stuff" around your house can even slow down a sale, as buyers may not be able to see your home through all your clutter and in turn, you have fewer offers for your house. Using a self-storage unit during this time can help in a variety of ways.

19 January 2015

Moving Companies In Cincinnati OH


Moving can be a very stressful process. Once you have found a new place to live you have to get boxes and packaging material and spend, days even weeks packaging everything up. Then you have to haul all your furniture and boxes onto a truck and dive to your new home. The it's the same process in reverse, unload the truck, unpack the boxes, dispose of the boxes and packaging. By the end of it you are stressed out and your whole body aches.

23 September 2013