Storing School Trophies

During your middle and high school years, did you win a lot of trophies? Learn more about how storage units can help you keep them.

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Storing School Trophies

During elementary school, middle school, and high school, my sister and I were awarded many trophies. For years, my mom proudly displayed our trophies on the fireplace mantle in her home. Unfortunately, she ran out of room to place these awards before my sister graduated from high school. My mom can’t bear to part with our trophies. Unfortunately, she doesn’t have anywhere in her home to store them. Therefore, renting a storage unit is a wonderful solution. On this blog, I hope you will discover the benefits of renting a storage unit to place your children’s school mementos in. Enjoy!

Tips To Help Make Moving With An Autistic Child Easier

15 November 2017
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The day in the life of a parent with an autistic child comes with enough challenges, but when you add relocating to a new home to the mix, things can get downright impossible. There are some things that you can do to help reduce the stress your autistic child feels as you pack everything up and move into a whole new home. Prior to the Move As you probably know, abrupt changes don't go smoothly with autistic kids. Read More …

Extra Charges You May Incur On Your Moving Day

15 November 2017
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If you are planning a local move and you have received a quote for the fee, make sure the quote includes every service you will need on your moving day. This is necessary because you may need additional services that are not usually included in standard moving quotes. Here are examples of such extra services: Long Carry or Shuttle An ideal moving schedule is one where the movers can driving their moving truck right to your front door for easy and safe loading of the moving items. Read More …

Storage Tips For Materials, Machinery, And Finished Goods From Your Pottery Studio

23 June 2017
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If you own a pottery studio and will soon be moving to a larger facility, the following tips will assist with safely storing materials, machinery, and finished goods prior to the move. As a result, items will remain damage-free and will be ready to be transported on the date they you have chosen to move.  Take Inventory And Label Materials Before Placing In Bins Sort materials by type and take inventory. Read More …

Hire A Moving Company

11 May 2017
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Moving can be one of the most exciting times of your life, but when you start having to pack everything up, it gets frustrating. You may not have realized just how much stuff you have until you start trying to move everything. Not only do you have a few things, you have a lot of heavy things. One of the most frustrating things about moving is having to load and unload everything into a trailer. Read More …

Pack A Moving Day Box To Keep Kids And Pets Comfy And Relaxed During A Long Move

18 July 2016
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Moving can be a hectic time, even if you have had adequate notice of the move. That means that forgetting or misplacing items on moving day is always a possibility. If you have children and pets, you will likely have a long list of items that need to be packed last as they cannot go a day without them. The best way to accomplish this is to make a list and pack a moving day box that contains items that will be used at both your current home before the move begins and at the new home before you've had time to unpack. Read More …