You have a car you just can’t use but don’t want to sell. Until you know exactly where that vehicle fits into your life, self-storage is a good option. But beware: improper preparation of your car can lead to a whole host of problems, such as paint damage, fused wipers, flats and more.
If you’re one of the many music professionals or sound dabblers who live in Austin, the Live Music Capital of the World, you may find that you need extra space for your equipment. Because instruments require handling, you may want to consider these Lone Star Self-Storage tips to help keep the gear you store in top condition.
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.