Save time and money when it comes to organizing your self storage facility by using the proper storage bins, finding inexpensive shelving and utilizing helpful applications for recording the contents within your bins.
Every holiday, spring and summer break, thousands of parents and SUVs descend upon campus, blocking driveways, taking up parking spots and crowding the elevators – just to move all your stuff out of a dorm for two measly weeks. Save yourself a lot of headache and irritation by putting your college stuff in a self-storage facility near campus.
In offices and businesses where storage space is tight, using an external storage facility is a good solution. You can store boxes of archived files, sales collateral and company literature and backup tapes from the IT department.
For many projects, preparation is 90% of the work. The same rule applies when you are moving items into a self storage facility. Here are a few tips to help you get organized.
Many of us really like our "stuff" – so much so that even if we don't have room for it or use it very often, we still want to hold on to it. But if you want to use that stuff again in the future, it's important that you know how to safely store it. Prevent damage by taking extra care when packing your items for storage and choose a climate-controlled storage facility.
If you are thinking about moving to Waikiki or live there now, you probably already know that it's not cheap. One solution that can make living in Waikiki a reality, is to live in or move into a smaller place.
Moving to a retirement community usually means downsizing on space. But you don't have to part with your family's antiques and treasures when you retire. You can safely store the items in a self-storage facility for as long as you need.