Calling all adventurers! Whether you’re a bicyclist, camper, kayaker, skier, or an all-around outdoor enthusiast, space-consuming gear can often get in the way of an otherwise well-organized space. The solution? Declutter your home or garage with help from extra storage at an indoor facility. In this post, we’ll cover the types of outdoor gear that can benefit from extra storage and some of the benefits of choosing an indoor unit.
From learning to play a new instrument to camping in the backyard, many people picked up new hobbies during the Covid-19 outbreak. State and regional stay-at-home orders created the perfect opportunity to explore new activities you may not have otherwise considered. As it turns out, this trend was good for the mind and body. Experts suggest that new hobbies can help balance the stresses of the pandemic – or other challenges – by tapping into your creativity.
As life slowly begins to resume its regular tempo, you may be wondering what to do with your pandemic-spurred hobby supplies that occupy too much space. Rather than scrapping your newfound interest, consider arranging for extra storage at a safe and affordable indoor facility.
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”
Even if you’re not into New Year’s Resolutions, a new year tends to bring out the tidying bug in all of us – but not always for the reason you might think. According to an online survey, decluttering to make physical space was secondary to the resulting mental and emotional benefits. More than a third of the surveyed respondents reported a desire to reduce stress and boost mood as their primary motivations, whereas less than a fifth said they wanted to declutter to create more space. And if there was ever a year that could benefit from mental health enhancement, this is it!
Whether you’re motivated by mental health, space practicalities, minimalism, or something else, check out the following expert decluttering strategies to start the New Year off on the proverbial right foot.
Perhaps more than any other time in recent history, the turn of the calendar year can’t come soon enough. Along with hopeful anticipation for brighter days ahead, ‘tis the season for winter in the Northeast – nor’easters and all. If you’re considering a self-storage facility in Bayonne, Jersey City, or Brooklyn, the winter weather conditions may not immediately cross your mind as you search, but they should.
In this post, we’re exploring the importance of temperature-controlled storage, starting with a look at how Old Man Winter could trash your treasures – and how you can prevent it. Continue reading “Don’t Trash Your Treasures this Winter: A Look at Temperature-Controlled 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”
On the scale of stressful life events, moving to a new home ranks far below the actual process of buying a home or another major life event.
That doesn’t mean that moving is easy. We see it all the time in the self-storage world. Moving can be a major chore, trying to uproot your family and everything you own, often while still trying to live your daily life.
But it doesn’t have to be that way. Moving becomes less stressful when you start early and break down everything you need to do into lists. Whether you’re a college student or a new homeowner–here’s what you need to know to prepare for the big day. Continue reading “How to Get Ready for Moving Day”