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Food Storage

Published under Storage Need-to-Know's,Storage Tips on 07/01/2019

Emergency preparedness is a very important task that should be taken seriously, but it can get easily pushed off with everything else that needs to be done. Dehydrated food is a great option to have in case of an emergency because it lasts a long time and usually needs minimal preparation. Here are some do’s and don’ts of food storage. Continue Reading »

Want to Sell Antiques?

Published under Fun Facts on 06/01/2019

You might have been cleaning out a relatives storage unit and come across several items that you realize might be worth something. Or maybe you stumbled across a garage sale and found some items that would sell for a lot of money to the right person. But how do you sell antiques if you don’t know the first thing about Continue Reading »

Tiny Living

Published under Fun Facts,Storage Tips on 05/01/2019

A new trend emerging among homeowners is tiny living. Luxury housing in a compact trailer home offers financial freedom and mobility. Tiny houses are popping up all over the United States, and they even have a show dedicated to them called Tiny House, Big Living on HGTV. Tiny homes have many pros and cons that need to be considered before Continue Reading »

How to Store and Organize Photos

Published under Fun Facts,Storage Tips on 04/01/2019

Did you know that every year people upload 657 billion photos? Every two minutes, more people take photos than the previous 150 years combined. Photos are a way for us to preserve our memories and share our experiences with others. Most photos are digitally stored and uploaded, but what about those print photos that you have laying around? Or photos Continue Reading »

Spring Cleaning

Published under Fun Facts,Storage Need-to-Know's,Storage Tips on 03/01/2019

After the bitterly cold winter (can you believe that we go snow?) we are finally starting to shake the winter blues. Maybe the warm weather inspires you to go hiking in Snow Canyon or go for a bike ride along the river walk trail. But one thing that some people either begrudgingly do or look forward to doing every year Continue Reading »

How to Properly Lift Heavy Items

Published under Fun Facts,Storage Need-to-Know's,Storage Tips on 02/01/2019

Most people have heard the saying to lift with your knees, not with your back. But there are many other tips that will help you protect your lower back when lifting heavy objects. If you are moving things in and out of a house or storage unit, it is best to take precautions so that you can walk away from Continue Reading »

Inheriting a Deceased Relative’s Storage Unit

Published under Storage Need-to-Know's,Storage Tips on 01/01/2019

The passing of a family member can be a very hard time. The last thing that you want to do is to go through their personal belongings but it will eventually have to get done. Dealing with the legality of a storage unit that once belonged to a family member or close friend can be tricky, so it is best Continue Reading »

Help with Packing an Emergency Kit

Published under News,Storage Need-to-Know's,Storage Tips on 12/01/2018

There are a lot of great reasons to have an emergency kit on hand, but the most important one is that you never know when you are going to need it. Being prepared in the event of a disaster can sometimes mean the difference between life or death. There are many easy steps that you can take to help you Continue Reading »

When to Get Rid of Items

Published under Fun Facts,Storage Need-to-Know's,Storage Tips on 11/01/2018

Everyone talks about spring cleaning, but it doesn’t have to be the nicest time of year to clean out your house and storage unit. When you clean and organize your items, it can leave you with a sense of relief and it can help you save time, money and energy. Getting rid of items can be difficult because you never Continue Reading »

The Craziest Stuff Found in Storage Units

Published under Fun Facts on 10/01/2018

When someone defaults on paying rent for a storage unit, the units are auctioned off to the highest bidder. The storage units are unopened before an auction, so the buyers are taking a gamble when they bid, which seems to be part of the fun. Storage units are usually sold around $100, and if the bidder is lucky the storage Continue Reading »