When you’re trying to uncluttered your life, a Lone Star self-storage unit can be just the thing you need to help you get the job done. But do you know how to make the most of the space that unit offers you?
Sometimes, you can’t manage a move by yourself and need to call a moving company. You can go online or check the local newspaper. But whatever source you use, you’ll need to do some research on the company to make sure it’s all that it claims to be. The last thing you need is a moving disaster to add to your stress levels.
Now that you know that you’ll be moving house, the next thing you’ll need to do is figure out whether you’ll want to do it yourself or hire professionals. If you go with the DIY option, you’ll save money. But if you go with a moving company, you’ll need to shop around to make sure you’re getting the best deal.
If you’re like most Americans, you’ll probably move every seven years. And if you have a dog or cat, it’s more than likely that you will be relocating to a new home within that pet’s lifetime which typically spans from 10 to 18 years.
Say you have a spare room in your house or apartment that gets used only as a place to stack boxes and keep what you don’t have a place for elsewhere. If you move those items into a self-storage unit, you could convert that room into an extra living space for you and/or your family.
You can use your use your Lone Star Self-Storage unit to house anything – almost. When you rent from us, you need to remember that if you use the unit in ways that are (1) unlawful, (2) unwise and/or (3) unethical, you could cause yourself (and others) a lot of unnecessary grief.
Have you recently married? If so, you and your new spouse are finding what most newlyweds discover after the wedding party: that you now have two or more of everything, from kitchen utensils to bedroom furniture. Following are some tips to help you minimize the stress of merging two households into one.
When you rent an apartment or home, your landlord will typically ask for a security deposit. This sum, which is usually equal to one month’s rent, is meant to cover any damage or cleaning costs the landlord may incur after you leave. If the rental unit is in the same condition as when you move in, then you get that money back.
Those blooming flowers and new green leaves on the trees say it all. Spring has finally come to Austin. And you what that means? Spring cleaning, of course! Well, here are some Lone Star Self-Storage Spring Cleaning Tips.
Late fall and winter is the time when Austin gets colder and wetter. With cooler outdoor temperatures and less watering to do, you may find that you don’t use your garden hoses as much. The smart thing to do is to put them away in storage.