On the hit TV show, Storage Wars, individuals have the opportunity to buy things that others leave behind in self-storage units. But there’s a catch – they’re given just five minutes to take a look at what’s in a particular unit and then have to bid on the items along with other interested people. Self storage auctions can be a lot of fun.
You’ve just moved into your new home and are starting to get settled. But now that everything is out of all the boxes you used to pack, you’re wondering what to do with all that cardboard, bubble wrap and newspaper filling. To throw those things out would seem such a waste.
Quite possibly one of the most popular time to rent a self-storage unit, springtime is typically a time for spring cleaning, moving, and, of course, college and other students who are out of school for a week or more.
How do you deal with the additional needs to store your business property? What are the options? Do you need to rent a new office, get rid of your business property or rent a storage unit? These are questions to consider when, for instance, dealing with extra office supplies, inventory or equipment.
Many people will agree that one benefit of renting self storage units is that it is a cost efficient way to save important items and things. Instead of renting a bigger apartment or office, many people just opt to stay in smaller offices or homes because they know that they can rely on self storage facilities to keep their important possessions, documents and excess furniture in storage.