how to keep things nice while in storage
I am a bit of a hoarder. I love collecting things and holding on to things for many, many years, but I don't like to allow my home to become cluttered. So, what did I do to ensure that I have the space to keep everything that I want to keep without it invading my home? I rented a storage unit. How do I keep things in perfect condition when they are in storage? My blog will tell you how to store all sorts of things in a storage unit without them becoming damaged as they are being stored away from your home.
One of the many issues you could face while keeping your belongings in self-storage is excess moisture. An overabundance of moisture can lead to more than your belongings getting wet. It can also create the perfect conditions for mold and mildew growth, which could ruin your clothes, documents and other valuables. If you want to keep mold from taking hold of your storage unit, then check out these preventative tips.
At first glance, wooden furniture may seem like one of the easiest items to put in storage. It's not overly prone to mold like fabric, and you don't have to worry about it shorting out if it gets wet, as you would with electronics. The truth of the matter is, however, that wood furniture can become ruined in storage if you're not careful to pack and store it properly. To ensure your wooden dressers, tables, chairs, shelving units, and other pieces of furniture emerge in top-notch condition, follow these tips.
Self-storage units are a fantastic way to keep your items safe while you are in a temporary home or just to declutter your house. However sometimes people put things inside storage that don't belong. Here are items that you should never put in your self-storage unit without permission.
Vehicles & Tires
Vehicles are generally acceptable in storage units depending on the unit and condition of the vehicle. Some self-storage facilities have separate units specifically designed for vehicles and do not allow vehicles to be in the other units.