Tag Archives: storage help

Antique Storage: Protecting Your Investment & Valuables

By Laura Gee, Content and Social Media Manager, USstoragesearch.com Vampires and antiques have  a lot in common. They both tend to be old. They both tend to be very beautiful. Both have fascinating qualities. Both also hate sunlight... While you're not going to be putting a vampire into storage, you might have antiques or...
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Guest blog- An Oasis Space in (Virtually) Any Room: Creating Home Hideaways

By Jennifer Lutz, Guest Blogger Finding it difficult to relax at home because of all the clutter that greets you at the threshold? Do you need efficient storage for the things you can't do without? You don't need a drastic, expensive remodel or a change of address just because your home is packed with...
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Safety Tip: Use Safe Stacking Practices When Storing Items

By Laura Gee, Content and Social Media Manager, USstoragesearch.com Have you noticed how many people these days are leaving their garage doors wide open all day? No clue why so many do, but they do. Sadly a lot are revealing over-packed chaos to the world and I'm slightly tempted to knock on their door...
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Good Storage Organization Opens Many Possibilities

By Laura Gee, Content and Social Media Manager, USstoragesearch.com Downsizing has become a way of life for many people across the country. Moving into a smaller home happens for many reasons. Sometimes people just want less space to care for and sometimes you have to for financial purposes. Other times people move into a...
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Paper Storage: Protect Your Important Documents & Memories

By Laura Gee, Content and Social Media Manager, USstoragesearch.com Have you ever gotten lost in memories just flipping through the pages of a photo albums? Have you ever had a blast going through old report cards and papers from school? Have you ever felt total relief when you were able to put your hands...
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Increase Efficiency: Create a Storage Packing Plan

By Laura Gee, Content and Social Media Manager, USstoragesearch.com Good coaches would never take the field without a game plan. Good teachers wouldn't step into a classroom without some sort of lesson plan. When you enter your storage unit, you should definitely have a storage packing plan in mind. [caption id="attachment_3069" align="alignright" width="300"]Read more

Questions to Ask When Researching Moving Companies

By Mike Jones, VP of Operations, USstoragesearch.com When looking for a quality moving company, essentially you are looking for somebody you can trust with nearly all of your worldly possessions. Think about it, you're trusting these movers with just about everything you have in your home. Finding a high quality movers that can offer...
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Guest Blog: How to Prepare a Storage Unit

By Grace Bailey, Guest Blogger

Using a self-storage unit for your furniture is a good way to keep things safe and out of sight when you don't want them around your home. You must pack your belongings properly to ensure they will be stored right...

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Guest Blog: Organization for Maximum Storage Space

By Grace Bailey, Guest Blogger Whether you have a small or a large home, it’s not easy to plan how to use the storage area to your best advantage. The best option is to have a basement or a storeroom, where you can keep all your belonging you don’t use on a daily basis,...
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Using Storage to Make Home Staging Easier

By Laura Gee, USstoragesearch.com I think TLC's Trading Spaces was the first show I ever saw that brutally told somebody that they needed to put their personal preferences aside when decorating room for the sake of good taste. Even though I saw this around ten years ago, I still find it appalling how brutally honest...
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