If you don't use your boat year-round, or if it sometimes goes weeks without anyone on board, you may be considering the best storage solution. When it comes to storing your boat, you have two main options — wet or dry storage. The following guide can help you decide which storage option is the best one for you. How often do you use the boat? Your use patterns can really help you hone in on the best storage option. [Read More]
Tips To Help You Pack Up Your Garage To Move
As you pack up the contents of your home to move, the last thing you probably want to think about is all of the stuff that you have stored in your garage. So many people use the garage as the catch-all for the things that don't have a place in the home. Here, you'll find a few tips that can help you get organized and pack the contents of the garage with ease. [Read More]
Hit With A Last-Minute Move? How To Get Through The Process With Minimal Stress
Under the best of circumstances, you'd have a couple of months to plan for a big move. Unfortunately, you don't always get the best circumstances. Sometimes, you get hit with a last-minute move that you just aren't prepared for. If that's happened to you, don't panic. You can still get through the move with a minimal amount of stress. To help you survive your last-minute move, here are four tips for you to utilize. [Read More]
How Can You Prepare To Move A Paper-Heavy Office?
If your workplace is like many, the move toward a more paper-free environment may have been a slow one, with many employees continuing to print out documents they need rather than displaying them on a projection screen or simply making changes within a word-processing system. Without a regular purging process, this paper accumulation can slowly eat up your available storage space, and when rental rates rise or your staffing needs expand beyond your current location, the prospect of shipping tens of thousands of pounds of likely-obsolete documents can seem wildly inefficient. [Read More]