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.
You’re moving, remodeling or redecorating and need storage space for your belongings. You’ve determined the size and type of unit you’ll need: now all that’s left for you to figure out is which facility is right for you.
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.
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.
When it comes to choosing a storage facility, one of the most important factors to consider is convenience. Drive-up units in particular can be the ideal solution to many storage problems and not just because they’re easy in, easy out.
Is your collection of cassette tapes, VHS cassettes, CDs and laserdiscs taking up more room than you have in your home? Putting it into storage could help you make the room you need. Before you box up your music, films and games, you do need to take the time to ensure that the entertainment you love is properly packed away.
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.
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?
You put your bicycle in storage and are taking it out to enjoy another Austin summer. You first impulse is to hop onto the saddle and just go. But before you do, it’s wise to give that bike you haven’t used in while a tune-up.