Baby clothing and furniture can be costly. To save on expenses for future children, some parents choose to stow away their baby's clothing as they outgrow them. If you are unsure if you want to keep your baby's items for future children, here is what you need to know: Is Storing the Items at Home Best? Storing the items in your basement, attic, or another empty space seems like a good idea.
7 July 2017
Staging a home is the process of making a home look as appealing as possible to potential buyers. According to research by the National Association of Realtors, two thirds of agents believe that staging increases the dollar value of the home and the price that a buyer is willing to pay. So, if you are thinking of selling your home in the near future, it only makes sense to stage it.
22 June 2017
In the first year alone, a new baby cost a family just upwards of $10,000. With a considerable amount of this cost going towards clothing and other gear, once your baby has grown out of these objects – simply tossing them in the trash is out of the question. Whether storing these items away for a future sibling or as keepsakes, knowing how to store baby gear the right way is critical to keeping everything in good condition.
19 June 2017
Spring cleaning is a task that many dread, but it is a great time to get your home organized. Giving your home a top to bottom cleaning can give you and your family a sense of renewal. To get it done in an efficient manner, it is important to have a plan for tackling the project. To help you get started, here are a few recommendations on how you can kick off your spring cleaning.
14 June 2017
If you are scheduling a long distance move and have plenty of time to get your belongings packed and ready to go, then it may be in your best interest to rent and use a storage trailer or storage pod. These containers are conveniently dropped off at your home and then picked up and driven to your new home when you are ready. A semi or tractor trailer will complete the delivery for you.
12 June 2017
If you are planning on renting a self-storage unit, you may want it to be an extension of your home. With the right storage ideas, you can go beyond cardboard boxes and create a fully functional storage space that feels like a part of your home. Here are a few ideas you can use to organize your items and make them easy to access in your storage space. Wardrobe Closets
8 June 2017
If you like the idea of having a storage unit to get rid of some clutter around your house, but aren't sure how the process works, then you'll be glad to know that renting a unit is easy and can be done with no long-term contract. You're in complete control of the amenities and length of time you want the unit. You just have to abide by the rules of what you can and cannot store inside it.
7 June 2017
If you hold a leadership role in your local church, it can be worthwhile to assess the church's storage needs. While larger churches may have ample storage room in the basement or even in a separate building, this isn't always the case for older churches. The result can be a basement that is cluttered, cramped, and not as usable as you might like. You can address this problem by considering renting space at a self-storage facility near the church.
6 June 2017
Having an RV means you can take off on an adventure whenever the mood hits and you have some free time, but having an RV also means that it will probably be left in storage through some of the coldest months of the year. Every RV owner has been there. You open the door to your abode on the road after a long season of storage and the smell that wafts out to greet you is nothing short of offensive.
6 June 2017