Making Moving Fun

  • Are You Temporarily Moving In With Your Partner's Parents To Get Back On Your Feet? 4 Benefits Of Using Self Storage

    25 November 2020

    The past year has been full of strife for many families. Between businesses shutting down and others having to lay off workers to stay afloat, many people are struggling financially. It is also common for people to encounter financial challenges during different life stages. All it takes is a sudden health event or unexpected house expense to leave you on shaky ground. While it is nice to know that you have your partner's family to lend a helping hand, you might also be apprehensive about living with someone else.

  • Keep The Cost Of Moving Locally Affordable With The Right Preparations

    5 June 2020

    Having a great experience moving to your new home should seem straightforward enough when you're sticking to a local move, but it can certainly come with some questions when you're worried about the price being a barrier. Instead of moving alone or choosing a moving company and being frustrated with the expense, there's a lot of things you can focus on to make sure that the move will fit with the budget that you have in mind.

  • Helping Your Teen Move For College? 3 Tips For A Good Moving Experience

    29 January 2020

    When your teenager is moving out of your home for college, it's likely that you want to help them get started with their move by preparing their items for the distance they will be traveling. Whether they're going to be living in a dormitory with other students or in a standard apartment, they may have furniture and belongings that they want to bring with them. Instead of letting them handle everything alone, consider the following ideas.

  • Preventing Tire Dry Rot In Storage

    11 September 2019

    Tire dry rot is a phenomenon in which tires degrade or deteriorate to the point where they weaken and begin to crack. Such tires can easily blow out and cause an accident on the road. Below are a few measures you can use to prevent tire dry rot in storage. Clean and Dry the Tires Foreign substances accelerate tire degradation. Oil spills, road dust, metal shavings, and fuel all contribute to dry rot.

  • 5 Tips To Cut Professional Moving Costs

    24 July 2018

    If you are moving to a new home, you are likely looking for ways to cut costs because moving can be expensive. While you may not be able to avoid all the stress and headaches that come with moving, you can cut some costs even if you hire professional movers to do the lifting for you. Check out these five tips to help you save money on moving costs. Consider Moving/Storing Some Items Yourself

  • Tips For Storing A Fridge

    22 March 2018

    A refrigerator is one of those things that look tough because people let them run all year around. However, careless storage of a fridge can easily show how fragile the appliance is. Since you don't want to execute such an experiment, use the following tips to ensure your fridge isn't damaged in long-term storage: Empty the Fridge Storing a fridge with things inside it is a recipe for disaster. Don't forget that the fridge won't be plugged in during storage, which means air won't be circulating inside it.

  • How To Choose A Good Lock For Your Self-Storage Unit

    12 October 2017

    When you store goods in a self-storage facility, don't leave the safety and security of your items entirely in the hands of the storage facility; you also have a part to play. For example, many facilities require you to provide a lock for your storage unit. Use these tips to choose the best lock for your prized items: Avoid Easy-to-Cut Locks One of the most common ways of breaking into a locked place is to cut the lock.

  • 3 Reasons Why Covered RV Storage Is The Way To Go

    5 August 2017

    Having an RV of your own is a wonderful thing and it can provide so much fun for you and your family in the form of road trips, camping, etc. One of the most important aspects of having an RV is ensuring that it is well cared for while you are not using it. This means the winter, as well as the times during the summer when you aren't traveling in it.

  • Types Of Moving Insurance

    2 August 2017

    When moving to a new home, you are presented with all sorts of risks, including damages to your property while in transit. In order to protect yourself financially and ensure that any damage that does occur will be appropriately compensated for, you may want to consider getting moving insurance. There are multiple types of moving insurance plans on the market, each of which covers different dangers and moving scenarios. Understanding the differences between the available variants can help you choose the right insurance for moving day.

  • Organizing Your Stockroom With Wire Shelving: Three Ideas To Consider

    27 July 2017

    When it comes to storing inventory in your stockroom, you want to maximize your available space. Wall-mounted wire shelving offers a convenient way to do just that. If you are planning to reorganize your stockroom, here are just a few ways you can use these shelving systems to your advantage.  Wall-Mounted Bin Systems Wall-mounted bin systems come in handy for a number of reasons. The individual plastic bins hang from a wire rack, creating a system of small storage containers.