If you’re like most people considering long term storage, you probably have many questions swirling around your mind. What is it? How does it work? Is it right for you? In this article, we’ve compiled the answers to the following frequently asked questions (FAQs) about long-term storage:
- What is long-term storage?
- What can (and can’t) I put in long-term storage?
- How do I know what size storage unit I need?
- Should I go for climate-controlled long-term storage units?
- How should I pack for long-term storage?
- Will my items be safe?
- What are the payment options for long-term storage?
- What is the best way to organize my storage unit for the long term?
- Will I be able to access my items?
- What should I look for in long-term storage units?
Continue reading to discover the answers to these top questions about long-term storage units. Continue reading “10 Long-Term Storage FAQs”
From toppling boxes to mountains of unidentified clutter, there are many ways storage can go wrong. Besides provoking frustration and irritation when you’re forced to dig for something you need, a storage unit in disarray could also crush, stain, scrape, scratch, or otherwise damage vulnerable belongings. But, with a few simple organization tips, your storage unit can provide a clean and tidy home for the items that matter.
In this post, we’re building on our popular article on how to organize your storage unit by providing a few easy hints for creating an orderly space to store your stuff. If you’re a lover of home organization hacks, you’re going to dig these pointers! Continue reading “Our Best Organization Tips for a Tidy Storage Unit”
Summer has long been the peak season to move. An estimated 70% of moves in the US happen between Memorial Day and Labor Day when the weather tends to be more conducive for transportation and school and work schedules are more relaxed. Additionally, many landlords set their leases to expire on June 30 or July 31, another contributor to the summertime surge. However, so many people moving during the summer can drive costs up, especially in the age of the pandemic moving boom.
If you’re one of the millions of Americans moving during the summer, we’ve compiled some of our best moving tips for navigating peak season – without breaking the bank. Continue reading “5 Money-Saving Summer Moving Tips”
It’s a common conundrum: should you trash your treasures or arrange for an extra storage unit? The answer to this question is deeply personal because it depends on your circumstance and preferences. However, we’ve noticed a few trends among those who go with a storage unit – and those who don’t.
Continue reading “Should You Get a Storage Unit?”
Spring is in the air! Now is the perfect time to refresh your home or office environment. According to a survey by the American Cleaning Institute, 91% of Americans and 96% of Millennials take on the seasonal task of spring cleaning. Most respondents reported participating in this centuries-old tradition because they want a thorough cleaning and less clutter that can make an environment feel cramped. If you’re looking to take back your space, spring into action with our helpful storage tips – and make room for awesome. Continue reading “Spring into Action! 5 Tips for Taking Back Your Space with Storage”
How We Reimagined Today’s Storage Solutions
When you think of a self-storage facility, what comes to mind? Dim? Dingy? Dare we say, “sketchy”? No one looks forward to dropping off or picking up their belongings at a place like that. That’s why we’ve reimagined today’s storage solutions in a vastly different and much happier light – one designed to make you feel comfortable, safe, and welcome. Continue reading “Self Storage For Today’s World”
Immaculate & Secure Indoor Drive-Up Business Storage Units in Brooklyn:
You may be familiar with drive-up storage units where you pull a vehicle next to or inside a garage-type space to load or unload your belongings. However, many of these units are located outdoors, exposing you and sensitive business items to the elements, and reducing the security and comfort that you’d receive with an indoor unit. For these reasons, many companies tend to shy away from drive-up business storage, even though it could help them manage retail inventory better and address pressing storage issues.
Continue reading “Brooklyn Drive-Up Inside Business Storage”
In 1989, a contractor in New York bought the contents of a storage unit on Long Island, sight unseen.
Among the items inside the unit, a white sports car that was used in the James Bond movie The Spy Who Loved Me. The car was ultimately bought by Tesla founder/007 fan Elon Musk for close to $1 million. Continue reading “Five of the Most Common Items Found in Storage Units”