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Storing Smarter Without Making It Harder

When it comes to cleaning out your home, there aren't many things more challenging than trying to figure out how to store everything properly without damaging them. I found myself in this situation a few months ago, and I knew that having a clean house wouldn't compare to the joy of being able to go through and enjoy things that were preserved for the long haul. I started doing some research on keeping things safe and clean, and I learned a lot about storing smarter without making things a lot more difficult. This blog is here to help anyone who needs to store to do it better--without making things difficult.

Tips For Properly Storing Your Christmas Tree

24 February 2017
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When you take your Christmas tree down sometime in January, it's ideal to think about storing it in a storage unit if you have one. In your garage or basement, your disassembled tree can arguably be one of the largest items you need to store, which can take up valuable floor space and leave you with a shortage of available room for other items that you may need to use more often. Read More …

Caring for Your Summer Equipment in the Winter: Tips for Storage

3 February 2017
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Your summer equipment is useful for most of the year, but once the snow starts to fall, you will want to put your lawnmower, weed whacker, and even your recreational vehicles in storage so they don't get wet or damaged due to winter cold. Many storage facilities in your area have units that are large enough to house even your largest equipment, such as ATVs or riding lawn mowers, with ease. Read More …

Snowmobile Storage Tips

6 January 2017
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As winter draws to a close, storage of your snowmobile becomes an off-season priority. Indoor storage is best to protect the vehicle from weathering and theft. If you don't have garage space, you can rent a self storage unit that is sized just right for backing your trailer into. The following tips will further make sure the snowmobile is ready for storage. Tip #1: Treat your fuel Most late model snowmobiles have fuel injection engines. Read More …