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How To Use Your Residential Storage Service To Stage Your House

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Properly staging your house can increase the offers that buyers make on your property. While many people selling their homes assume that staging means decorating, this is not really the case. Staging is the art of presenting a generic but idealized version of a property. The idea behind staging is to make a house look its best and its most impersonal to allow prospective buyers the opportunity to imagine themselves living in that house. Read More»

Moving Soon? Use These Packaging Materials To Ensure The Safety Of Your Belongings

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Whether you’re moving a home or a business, it’s highly likely that you have fragile belongings that can be seriously damaged if they are not packed correctly.  You must take care to cushion televisions, computers, stereos, and glassware so that you can minimize the chance that they will break as they are being transported.  Use this information to learn more about the packaging tools that you should obtain so that your goods will be intact when you reach your new destination. Read More»

Porcelain Doll Collection Getting Too Large? How To Pack And Store Them In Self-Storage Units

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Are you a collector of porcelain dolls? Is your collection beginning to take over your home? If your porcelain dolls are running out of room in your home, it may be time to pack up and put some of those dolls in storage for a little while to make room for the newest additions. This article will discuss how to prepare and store your dolls so that they remain in pristine condition. Read More»

Benefits And Tips For Storing Your RV

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So you just purchased your first RV and you’re not sure how you’ll store the unit during the off-season. Many people decide to keep their RV’s stored in their yard during the winter months, which is fine if you don’t live in a climate that gets extreme winter weather. But if you do live where it snows often, and the winter seems to drag on forever, you may consider putting your RV into storage. Read More»

Small Catering Business Tips: Rent The Space Your Need

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Running a catering business out of your home can save on overhead, but chances are most of the work takes place off-site. When you’re first starting out, it’s usually less expensive to rent what what you need as opposed to leasing out an expensive kitchen or business space. These money-saving tips can help you outsource your business location without a lot of upfront costs. Storage A mini storage unit is the least expensive way to store your tableware, cookware, serving utensils, warmers, and other catering tools. Read More»