4 Things To Keep In Mind When Renting A Storage Unit For Your Vehicle

If you have a vehicle that you will not be using during the winter time, such as a sports car or an open-top Jeep, instead of just letting this vehicle sit outside in the cold all winter, you should protect it by keeping it inside of a storage unit. Here are four things you need to keep in mind when renting and preparing a storage unit for your vehicle. #1 Rent An Indoor Storage Unit Read More 

3 Ways To Reduce Your Long-Distance Moving Costs

If you are moving to more than an hour away from your home, and are undergoing a long distance move, such as one from the Midwest to the west coast, your moving expenses can quickly escalate. Here are three tips that should help you reduce your long-distance moving costs. Hire Local Help To Pack Up Your Home Packing up your home can take up a lot of time. Often times, when you hire the same company to pack up your belongings that is moving your belongings, you may face higher moving costs. Read More 

Storage Tips For Festival Vendors

Working as a festival or traveling vendor makes you location independent, since your storefront is wherever you erect your canopy and tables that week. That doesn't mean you don't need storage, though, especially in the off season. A commercial storage unit provides a solution for storing extra products, booth furnishings when they aren't in use, and some of your office records. The following tips can help you make the most of your storage. Read More 

Preparing For Your Move: What Your Moving Company Might Prohibit

Your moving company will do its best to make sure that all your items are moved safely, but you may find that some of your items can't be moved due to moving company rules. As you prepare to pack your items, you'll want to take note of the company's regulations. Use this guide to help you to determine what might need to be moved separately and how to move it. Read More 

3 Moving Mistakes You Shouldn’t Make After The Death Of A Loved One

While moving on is a necessity for ultimately coping with the death of a loved one, that doesn't mean that you have to literally move from the home that you shared with a spouse, parent, or other loved one who has passed away. Many people make irresponsible decisions when their minds are overwhelmed with grief. Be sure that you don't make these common moving mistakes after the loss of a loved one. Read More