Minimizing Your Risk Of Theft When Utilizing Self-Storage

Posted on: 27 June 2016

One of the worst things that can happen when you rent a self-storage unit is to show up one day and find that your items have been stolen. While most storage facilities take measures to prevent theft, there are some preventative measures you should take to prevent theft, too.   Choose a storage facility with cameras. Before you agree to rent a storage unit from a certain facility, make sure that facility has cameras.
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3 Tips to Help Get Vehicles, Lawn Equipment, and Motorized Machines Moved Safely

Posted on: 24 June 2016

If you are planning on moving a long distance, there are many different options that you may want to consider for getting your belongings to your new home. Are you planning on taking a flight out of town? What about the car, recreational vehicles, and motorized gear that you will leave behind? It is important to take care of these issues before you hop on a train, plane, or bus. Here are some tips to help you prepare motorized property (both large and small) for a long-distance move.
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Three Categories Of Things Your Movers Won't Move For You

Posted on: 22 June 2016

Hiring professional movers is a fairly simple proposition: you pack everything up, they load it on their truck and drive it to your new home, and you unpack it again. But things can get complicated when you have specialized, fragile, hazardous, or otherwise difficult items. Some things have special moving needs, so you may want to move them on your own or hire a specialized white glove shipping service. And there are some things your moving company may refuse to transport at all.
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8 Tips For Your Next Move

Posted on: 20 June 2016

Regardless of how you feel about moving, it is a necessity that most people cannot escape. Fortunately for you, there are things you can do while packing and transporting your belongings that can make the process a bit easier. Here are eight tips you can use to simplify moving.  Use your clothing to pack. Clothing can serve as additional padding and protection for fragile items. For instance, you can put your glasses inside of socks.
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