Four Moving Tips For Hobbyist Collectors
11 July 2016
If your hobby involves collecting items, you might have years worth of valuable goods such as stamps, coins, books, or art. This can be a great activity in your life, but it might be daunting to move your cherished collection along with your household. Here are four tips to help collector hobbyists move their items safely alongside their household items.
1. Insure Your Items
If you have been collecting for years, you might not realize the value of your collection.
Two Often Forgotten Things About Long-Term Wine Storage
11 July 2016
Wine is one of the few consumable products that actually improve with age. If you don't have room in your home for your wine collection, you can keep it at a self-storage facility for as long as you need. Although it's fairly well-known you must keep the bottles in a cool dark place with adequate humidity, here are two often forgotten things you need to know about to ensure your wine remains drinkable.
6 Tips For Safely Packing Wine Glasses And Bottles
6 July 2016
Wine glasses and bottles require special attention when it comes to packing or storing them. You might have a special set from a wedding or other significant event in your life. A little extra care will keep them from breaking. After all, they are memories you are packing.
1. Choose Boxes Wisely
Begin with a sturdy and unbending box to ensure it won't break during the packing/storing process. It is essential to place bubble wrap or a similar product on the bottom of the box for added protection before you begin.
Tips For Safely Storing Your Electronics In A Storage Unit
5 July 2016
If you need a place to store a lot of electronics, you might be considering renting a storage unit. Self-storage units are ideal for this purpose; however, it is important to take the right steps when using a unit for storing electronics. Electronics can get damaged if they are exposed to the wrong things, and damage to electronics can cause several key issues.
What Damages Electronics?
There are two main things that can damage electronics, and these are cold weather and moisture.