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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 »

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The Van Life: Debunking the Myths

Published under News on 07/01/2018

    We’ve all daydreamed of quitting our real jobs and dropping everything for the elusive “van life” that we hear about on famous blogs or dreamy instagrams. But are the pictures just making it look better than it actually is? It is really probable to drop everything and live traveling destination to destination without a toilet, shower, or running water? For Continue Reading »

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Storing Winter Clothes in the Summer

Published under News on 06/01/2018

Storing Winter Clothes for Summer It’s now officially summer and it’s time to pack up those winter clothes and whip out the summer clothes. Especially living in St. George, the time of the year that winter clothes are needed can be quite slim. But what is the best way to store your clothes in the winter to keep them in Continue Reading »

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Storage in Utah

Published under News on 05/01/2018

There are a lot of storage units in St. George, Utah. And all of these storage units probably look the same. That doesn’t mean all storage units are the same. We could go into an endless and boring debate about that. I’m sure you don’t really care what kind of temperature control we use as long we have it. Though Continue Reading »

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Strangest Things Found in a Storage Unit

Published under Fun Facts,News on 04/01/2018

The moment of the big reveal on shows like Storage Wars or Auction Hunters is always an exciting, suspenseful moment. We all want to know if they struck out or struck gold! And we want to know what interesting or strange things they will find. The reason there are quite a few shows like this is that according to Mental Continue Reading »

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How To Optimize Your Tenants Rental Experience

Published under News on 12/01/2017

Renting your property can be a daunting experience for newcomers. It is hard to know how to be the right amount of strict, the right amount of lenient, and how to make sure that your property is not destroyed in the process. These tips are a good way to make sure your tenants have a good rental experience so they Continue Reading »

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3 Storage Tips For College Students

Published under News on 11/01/2017

  3 Storage Tips For College Students College will teach you many lessons. Life, love, heartbreak. But the first lesson I learned my freshman year was this: dorm rooms are SMALL! My first semester I roomed with 5 other young women. We quickly learned how valuable space was. You have to stay organized in order for everyone to have their Continue Reading »

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Climate Controlled vs. Non Climate Controlled Storage

Published under News on 10/01/2017

  Climate Controlled vs. Non Climate Controlled Storage   Climate Controlled Climate Controlled storage units keep items in a constant environment (temperatures between 55°F and 85°F). To ensure climate control, storage units are enclosed and resist dust, pests, humidity, and more threats to valuables.Temperature control can help with preservation. Everything from coins, stamps, and comics to wine collections needs to Continue Reading »

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What To Put In Storage

Published under News on 09/01/2017

      WHAT TO PUT IN STORAGE Let’s be honest. We are ALL hoarders in one way or another. That old knick-knack of grandma’s that has no use, but you still decide to hold on to it. You! Yeah, I am talking to you! At least put it into storage where it will be kept safe. Away from those Continue Reading »

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History of Storage

Published under News on 08/01/2017

People have found ways to create containers for a very long time. In prehistoric times, animal bladders were stitched closed and used to carry water. Eventually, clay was used to create containers as early as 5000 BC. Glass came onto the scene as a container around 1500 BC. Containing something like water is important, but what about keeping something contained Continue Reading »

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