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Less than a week away from the first day of spring - how about some spring cleaning tips to get you started?!
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Moving can be a stressful and disorganized situation if not properly planned. To stay organized, here are some tips on how to pack a moving truck!
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Thinking about using self storage? Here are some times when it might be helpful!
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Hunting for a self storage deal? Here we lay out some tips for finding deals on the next self storage unit or parking space you rent.
- Do a quick check around the website to see if any coupons or discounts are being promoted.
- Check our social media pages, such as Facebook or Google Plus to see if we’ve posted any current coupons there.
- Browse availability of our storage units. We’ll sometimes showcase online specials on certain units there.
Something to keep in mind: storage doesn’t just come down to the price. Be sure to factor in the features available and customer service at each storage location you’re deciding between.
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A Short Guide to Choosing a Storage Unit Size
Here’s a quick overview to help you answer the common question what storage unit size do I need.
5 X 5 storage unit = Regular closet
5 X 10 storage unit = Walk in closet
7.5 x 10 storage unit = Large closet
10 x 10 storage unit = Small bedroom
10 x 15 storage unit = Large bedroom
10 x 20 storage unit = One car garage
10 x 30 storage unit = Two car garage
10 x 20 RV or boat parking = Boat, RV or Camper < 20'
10 x 30 RV or boat parking = Boat, RV or Camper < 30'
Visit our site for availability of our storage unit sizes. Need more help deciding which size storage unit you need? Give us a call - we’re happy to help you save you money by finding the right size to fit your needs.
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How to Use a Self Storage Unit for your Small Business
Here’s a quick run down on the types of small businesses that could utilize a business self storage unit:
Retail - A storage unit is a great place to store stock for your online or brick and mortar retail shop.
Pharmaceutical -  Sales reps for pharmaceutical companies sometimes use self storage for receiving shipments and storing inventory of marketing materials and drug samples.
Medical or Law Offices - Doctor’s offices and law offices are required to keep voluminous amounts of documents. A well organized, climate controlled storage unit can be a good place to store files.
Landscaping - A centrally located storage unit can be a helpful location to store your equipment for your landscaping or gardening small business.

Utilizing a self storage unit can be a flexible, cost-effective piece of the dynamic puzzle of running your small business
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Storage Unit Access: What you Should Know

When it comes to accessing your self storage unit, not all facilities are created equal. During your hunt for storage, be sure to inquire about the following:

Storage Type (Drive Up, Indoor or Outdoor Lot): Where are the storage units located on the property? Are they drive up units, much like a one car garage that you can pull your car up to? Indoor storage units within the facility? Outdoor storage spaces that are similar to a parking lot? 

Hours: What are the hours of the storage facility? Is it open on nights and weekends? Do you have 24 hour access to your unit or access only during set times of the day?

18-Wheeler Access: If you have a moving company unloading your storage items, can the storage facility accommodate their 18-wheeler (if that’s what their driving)? 
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Maximize your storage unit space by adding and removing seasonal gear.
Now that it’s heating up you are going to want easy access to all your gear for the summer such as: boats, fishing poles, swimming gear, inner tubes and more, which means you’re going to need more room in your home or garage. Your #storageunit is a great place to store gear you won’t use during the summer months to create extra space and declutter your home. 

To get started, create a list of things you won’t use and start organizing them into one place where they can be easily packed and brought to your storage unit. Having a hard time coming up with items? Here’s a list of common items to get you started.

-Snow Blower
-Winter Gear or Clothing
-Snowboards or Skis
-Winter Decorations
-Extra Bedding
-Snow Tires

What kind of winter gear will you be putting into storage? Let us know by commenting below!
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