A photograph can capture a sentimental moment or memory forever. Some of these moments are so beautiful that it's difficult to toss your photo albums out when you're running out of space in your home. Renting a self-storage unit to store the photographs may be a great solution. However, that's not the end of it since photographs are surprisingly quite fragile and delicate. Although a storage facility will offer you the space you need, you should still take necessary precautions to protect your photographs from getting ruined.
- Having more than before may not necessarily make you a happier person. Studies indicate that 86% of Americans who voluntarily cut down their consumption reported feeling happier as a result. The truth is that Americans are gradually downsizing, with the average home size dropping from 2,507 square feet to 2,373 square feet from 2007 to 2009. Many people have even downsized to apartments. If you previously owned a lot of personal items, renting a storage facility can help with the downsizing.
- When storing an antique bedroom set in a storage unit, you must take precautions to ensure that your wood furniture isn't damaged while in storage. To protect the monetary or sentimental value of your antique furniture, follow the steps below to keep them in the best condition while in storage. How To Get The Unit Ready Before placing your antique bedroom set into the unit, prepare the storage space so it will be ready when your furniture arrives.
- If you are preparing to move to a new home, you may find yourself on a strict budget that does not allow for fancy packing materials. If so, below are five ideas for securing your belongings using items you may already have or ones that do not cost a fortune. Wrap Your Drawers With Plastic Wrap Instead Of Emptying Them Instead of packing up your drawers in individual boxes, use them for your clothes and valuables by wrapping them in plastic wrap.