Most people call on Lone Star Self-storage when they’re moving from one home to the next or when they have no other place to put items they don’t want to part with. But our units also have plenty of other uses as well.
More often than not, the units provided by self storage companies have different sizes. Storage facility owners know that each customer has his special needs so it is important that the company will be able to provide rooms of varied sizes.
Whether you’re a professional contractor or just a DIY weekend warrior, you probably have more power tools than space to store them. But having all those electric saws, drills and screwdrivers clutter up your space probably makes you feel anything but powerful.
After you’ve rented your self-storage unit and packed, label your boxes so that you know what’s inside them. Then sketch a floor map on paper that shows where you will locate items. Keep those things you’ll want easy access to near the front and plan a pathway(s) that will allow for smooth navigation within the storage unit.
The 2014 holiday season is in full swing! While you may only just be starting to “deck the halls,” it’s still wise to think about how you’ll store your decorations, and in particular, your holiday lights, for next year’s celebrations. Following are six easy storage solutions that will ensure you don’t find yourself staring at a knotty mess this time next year.
The months of May and June signify the end of the spring semester at colleges throughout the country and the official start of summer; it's also the time that students begin to plan their return home. College graduates and students often wonder about the best way to transport and store the belongings they've accumulated through the academic year.
Ah, spring cleaning! It’s a term that either inspires excitement or anxiety. No matter how you view spring cleaning, getting organized and swapping out seasonal items is a good way to get prepared for the upcoming months.
Long-term traveling is a lot like moving in that you’ll need to go through what you have to figure out what to keep and what to get rid of. Give those things you don’t want to charity stores like the Goodwill (don’t forget to get receipts for tax write-offs) or sell them on classified websites like Craigslist. Also, consider having a yard sale.
Putting the things you can’t use into storage is a great way to reduce the clutter in your home or office. But if you need to access your things again and can’t find what you need, you may end up feeling more than a little frustrated.
If you’re like most people, you only begin to realize that you need storage when you can’t find a place to put your latest finds. That’s when you begin to think about ways to keep what you own without having to trash the things you love for the sake of space.