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]
3 Tips For Preparing Your Classic Car For Winter Storage
If you have decided to store your classic car in an auto storage unit for the winter, you may wonder what you can do to prepare it so your investment stays clean and damage-free during the cold months. If so, use the three tips below for preparing your classic car for winter storage. Fill Up The Gas Tank The first thing you should do to prepare your classic car for storage over the winter months is to fill up the gas tank. [Read More]
Putting Electronics In Storage? Keep Them Clean And Safe
Electronics such as computers, televisions, video consoles, and entertainment systems can take up a lot of space. If you're moving to a smaller place or simply need enough room and aren't interesting in selling, a self storage unit is a great next choice. There are a few preparation steps to consider before setting everything down in a storage room and walking away, and a few of these points can help you make sure your belongings are in the same shape they were when you left--give or take a few specks of dust. [Read More]