How To Prepare A Snow Blower For Self-Storage

Your snow blower is one of the most important tools in your garage during the winter, as it can save your arms and back from a great deal of pain lifting and moving snow. However, during the summer months, it will just sit idly in the corner, where it will take up valuable storage space. If you want to reclaim your garage, you may want to consider putting your snow blower into a self-storage unit for the summer months. Read More 

Need To Move Out Soon? Hire A Moving Company Over Renting A Storage Unit

Moving out at your leisure is ideal because you can take your time with planning and packing, but you may be in a station in which you need to move out within a short time frame. If you think there is the possibility that you will be without a place to put your belongings for any period of time, you must consider your storage options to avoid having stranded possessions while looking for a new home. Read More 

4 Commercial Moving Tips

When it comes to relocating your business, you will want to know some tips for making this an easy as possible. Moving to a new place can be stressful, and the last thing you will want to do is be full of anxiety until you fully get your company moved. This makes it a great idea to be aware of things you can do to make your move easier. Tip #1: Start donating Read More 

How To Pack A Glass Table Top For Moving

Glass table tops are elegant, but when you plan to move, you have to pack them carefully to avid damage. Wrapping them in only newspaper and bubble wrap won't be sufficient. In addition to being fragile, some glass tabletops can be heavy, and weigh a much as eighty pounds.  However, you should still be able to pack the tabletop yourself for moving, and avoid an emergency room visit by following this guide. Read More 

Hot To Keep Your Comic Books Safe In Storage

Comic books are rather fragile things that need careful storage; otherwise, you can easily lose your entire collection. Therefore, if you have a nice collection you would like to keep safe in storage, follow these measures to keep your collection safe: Handle them with Clean Hands Stains on comic books are more than cosmetic issues; they are a danger to the authenticity and value of the comic books. Therefore, wash and dry your hands and ensure they stay clean and dry for the duration of the packing. Read More