Protecting Items In A Storage Unit With Cement Flooring

Posted on: 10 June 2016

If you plan on putting items inside a storage unit, taking steps to reduce the amount of moisture within the enclosure is very important. Many storage units are constructed with a cement slab flooring. This is prone to "sweating", or beading with water, when warmer temperatures hit the cooler surface of the cement. When you go to visit your unit, you may notice this phenomenon shortly after opening the door. Here are some tips to try to keep your belongings safe when cement floors are present within the facility.
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How To Make The Most Of Your Storage Unit

Posted on: 16 April 2016

If you need a safe place to temporarily store your belongings, whether for the short-term or the long-term, you'll be glad to know that there are many self-storage facilities available. You can find these facilities in just about any town, and as long as you choose a good one in a safe neighborhood, you should have a positive experience. However, your experience will be even better if you know how to properly store your items and maximize your space.
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4 Types Of Businesses That Can Benefit From A Storage Facility

Posted on: 22 March 2016

When most people think of self-storage facilities, they think about individuals using them for de-cluttering, holding personal belongings between moves, etc. However, self-storage units are just as effective for businesses as they are for individuals. In fact, there are many different types of businesses that can benefit from having a unit. Here are four of them:   The Construction Company It isn't uncommon for construction companies to have some equipment and/or materials that need to be stored away off-site.
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Tips For Cleaning Your Baby Grand Piano Before Storage

Posted on: 18 March 2016

Before you put your baby grand piano into storage, you need to be sure that it is as clean as possible. This helps to protect the finish of the piano from damage due to dust and other contaminants. Dust buildup can also increase wear on the internal components of the piano. Protecting your investment while it's in storage starts with careful cleaning. Here's a look at what you need to know to clean it.
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