Sometimes life forces our belongings elsewhere and self storage units are often the safest short or long term option. Storage units for rent are meant to provide space, convenience and security. Since everyone loves saving money, it's important to be organized.
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Home owners and renters are using self storage units to store extra things that they have no place at home for or for when life unexpectedly changes. Need a place to store your belongings when your house sells and you have not yet found the perfect home?
The season has changed and that means it's time to plan where to store some of your favorite summer toys. Instead of leaving your toys outside and exposed to the elements, consider renting a self storage unit, it's convenient and affordable. Store a motorcycle, boat, sports car...
Merging two households, while exciting, can take a lot of work. You may need to address everything from duplicate items and treasured family heirlooms to furnishings of questionable taste.
Take the changing leaves as a sign, fall is here and you are probably thinking about what you need to do before the colder weather arrives. Get that fall cleanout started. Consider renting a self storage unit in St. Albert.
You may have decided to rent a self storage unit, but the more important question then becomes - do I need climate controlled storage?
In order to extend the life of your RV battery and get the most out of your investment it is important to store your RV battery properly under the right conditions. Extend the life of your RV batteries with these helpful tips.
Drive-up storage is perfect for anyone looking for extra space. Drive-up storage means that you are able to drive your vehicle right to the entrance of your storage unit for easy loading and unloading.
Did you know that your stored belongings might not be insured by your home owner's insurance policy? If you are storing your belongings in a storage unit, you want to be sure your items are insured.
When we store away our belongings, we expect them to be safe and damage free until the next time they are needed. There are some items that are more susceptible to damage than others.