The renovation process can be overwhelming, stressful and temporarily disrupt your life. Rather than creating the obstacle of keeping everything in your home, make your renovation process smoother by renting a storage unit.
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Moving can be a stressful time for many people. This is especially true if you are downsizing into a smaller home. This creates a new set of challenges as you won't be able to take everything you currently have with you.
Self storage units are a great resource for storing furniture during a move, storing excess business inventory or if you are simply decluttering your home. Although size does matter, there are other factors that are important to consider.
After a long cold winter, seasonal car owners are itching for spring and excited to get their cars out of storage and back on the road. For cars that have been stored over the winter, properly taking them out of storage is as important as properly putting them away.
Once you're finally done with spring cleaning your home, you may find that you have found more items that need to move to your storage unit. Cleaning out your storage unit may not seem like the most fun thing to do, but the longevity of the items in your unit depend on it.
Storage can become an essential part of moving or trying to stay more organized. With so many options out there, you will want to make sure you choose the right storage facility to meet your needs. The following tips and suggestions will help you find a storage facility that is the best fit for you.
Finally, spring is here. Spring is a great opportunity to declutter, organize and really deep clean your home. Renting a storage unit can give you the extra space and flexibility you need to get your spring cleaning off to the right start. At Riel Park RV & Self Storage, we have many storage options ideal for spring cleaning.
Whether your college student is moving home between semesters or after graduation, until they are settled in their own digs, you might be wondering what to do with all their stuff. Instead of cluttering your home or garage, consider St Albert Storage.
When you, or a family member, are moving into a retirement residence, long-term care facility, assisted living facility, downsizing to a smaller home or travelling for an extended period of time, decisions need to be made regarding your stuff. Some questions that must be answered are:
Occassionally we forget that even though outdoor storage protects our property from wind, snow or rain, it doesn't prevent from freezing. When packing your stuff for storage please be aware of the damage freezing temperatures can cause.