March 7, 2019
Murphy’s Law: 5 things that can disrupt your move

“Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.” We’re not sure where this Murphy got his wisdom for one of the most frequently quoted axioms, but we know one thing for sure: At one point, Murphy must have worked in the moving business. How else can you explain the glass is half empty mentality of […]

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February 11, 2019
What to Look for in a Cross Country Mover

Everything seems to be in place for a cross country move. You have spent time in your new home city finding the right neighborhood for your family, as well as enrolling your kids in school. Now comes the hard part: Deciding on a company to help you relocate your possessions. Here’s what to look for […]

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January 9, 2019
Location, Location, Location: Why Location Matters For Storing Equipment

If you have taken a Business 101 class, one of the first and often cited principles is to create a plan around where you want to open the business. The mantra “location, location, location” rings true for a wide variety of businesses ranging from hotels to restaurants to grocery stores. Facilities dedicated to keeping customer […]

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December 10, 2018
Why do we hate moving day?

Why do we hate moving day? Is the answer similar to the answer we give to the questions why do we hate paying taxes and why do we hate going to the dentist? Is the answer because moving is simply a pain in the butt? When it comes to moving, the reasons for the sleepless […]

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Declutter your closet
November 5, 2018
7 Organizational Tips to Spice Up Your Walk-in Closet

A lot of people consider walk-in closets a luxury with the perfect area to store clothes in well-organized racks and shelves. The reality is that walk-ins can get cluttered and with a lot of clothing and items it can quickly become chaos. If you own a walk-in, you should consider showcasing your organizational skills. You can get […]

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October 9, 2018
Is a Fixer-Upper Right for You?

You’re in the market to snatch up your dream home, but haven’t won the lottery quite yet. You want the dreamy, white kitchen without the expensive price tag. We get it! A fixer-upper may be the perfect fit. There are some important factors to consider when determining whether a fixer-upper is right for you. An […]

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September 10, 2018
7 Steps to Get Your Boat Ready For Winter

Summer is officially over which means it’s time to get your boat ready for storage. Winter-izing your boat is crucial if you are a boater, but it doesn’t have to be stressful. The time and effort you spend now will improve the performance of your boat while saving you time, energy, and money when next […]

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Clothing Storage
August 15, 2018
Quick Tips for Storing Clothes

When you open your closet, you can’t help but feel like a hoarder. You’ve spent years accumulating lots of clothes, and while you don’t want to get rid of them, you need to free up some space in your closet. Moving the clothes into storage lets you enjoy the best of both worlds. You’ll still […]

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July 9, 2018
4 Vintage Treasures Hiding in Storage

While technological advances like smart phones laptops, and washer/dryers have certainly made life easier, society still seems to miss the “good old days.” A sense of nostalgia has swept over all areas of culture and brought things Gen-Xers never thought they’d see again back to life for a new generation to experience. The great thing […]

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Minimalist Interior
June 7, 2018
How to Pretend You’re a Minimalist…

Whether you’re scrolling through Instagram or flipping through magazine pages, it’s hard to miss the light yet bright minimalist aesthetic that’s taking the design and storage world by storm. In a mass consumer goods-driven society, people are taking a step back and embracing a “less is more” approach to various areas of their lives, specifically […]

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