How to Choose the Best Storage Facility

  • 2 Tips For Protecting Your Antique Furniture When Placing Them In Storage

    21 October 2016

    Antique furniture pieces have often weathered years and years of wear and tear. This is a huge part of what makes them so special as a part of home decor. However, they are often more vulnerable to damage since they are much older than your traditional furniture. While they are in your home, it is easier to keep a closer eye on your antique furniture. However, the minute they go into storage, this can be extremely difficult.

  • Three Tips for Moving to a New State

    19 October 2016

    If you are planning on moving to a new state, the process may seem overwhelming and stressful. After all, the commute will be long for you and your family on the day of the move, and you likely won't have the help of friends and family who may not be able to travel with you. However, you can make the move to a new state much easier by considering the following three tips:

  • Essential Packing And Unpacking Tips For Residential Movers

    18 October 2016

    For many folks, moving to a new home can be a very hectic endeavor. This is especially true if you have to relocate a lot of household goods over long distances. Hauling heavy furniture, fragile breakables and other items can make moving daunting and tiring, which is why it helps to hire a residential moving company to do the heavy lifting for you. However, proper planning is required to make the move as smooth as possible even if you have professional help.

  • 3 Tips For Keeping Your Property Safe While Moving

    17 October 2016

    It seems almost inevitable that when someone moves, they will end up discovering that something was broken or damage during the move, which can often be an aggravating and expensive discovery. However, there are a few things that you can do to keep your property safe while moving, including the three listed below. Utilize The Appropriate Boxes One of the most common mistakes that so many people make when moving is thinking that any old cardboard box will do when it comes to packing their property.

  • Are You Untying The Knot? 2 Tips To Help You Get Through Your Divorce

    21 July 2016

    If you and your spouse have decided to get a divorce, this can be detrimental to both of you. To help you get through this difficult process, there is help available to you. Below are some tips on what you can do so you can be a bit more organized both physically and emotionally. Moving Out If you are the person moving out of the home and have not found a new home yet, you will have a lot of stuff to deal with.

  • Organization And Your Storage Unit

    26 November 2015

    One mistake people frequently make when they rent a storage unit (such as one from Redondo Van & Storage) is to organize it the way they did their basement or closets at home. In other words, they don't. They simply bring over loads of items they no longer want in their home and dump them haphazardly in a storage unit, ensuring that they will never be able to find anything in the unit until they move all the items out.

  • Tips For Organizing Your Home-Based Online Auction Business

    18 November 2015

    When the internet came along, so did online shopping and an array of 'online flea markets'. Today, many people shop at online auction sites for finding the best deals on the products they may not be able to afford new out of a brick and mortar store. If you are operating an online store, you may find you have some of the same needs for storage and organization as stores running out of a physical location.

  • 4 Tips For Storing Your Dishes

    11 November 2015

    If you're storing your dishes and fine china for longer than a few weeks, it's really important to make sure that they stay safe. How you pack your dishes and how you put them into the box makes a huge difference in whether they store well or not. Follow these tips to help your dishes survive even long term storage. Wrapping Your Dishes Before you start wrapping up your dishes, prepare the box.

  • Protecting Your Floors On Moving Day

    13 August 2015

    So you're all ready for moving day. The movers are hired and scheduled to come out, all of your appliances and furniture are ready to go and your life is packed neatly into boxes. But your "stuff" isn't the only thing to consider on moving day. You'll want to take measures to protect your floors -- both in your old home and your new one -- to prevent damage and excessive dirt from all the people coming in and out.