Renting a storage unit during the winter can come with a few extra steps towards making sure that it's packed neatly and that you'll be able to keep everything properly protected.
If you're curious about what you can do to protect your belongings while in storage and are concerned with making sure that everything is kept neat inside, the following tips can make sure that winter and the drop in temperature won't be a problem for the storage unit.
It's winter! You go to bed at night and everything is green and muddy – you wake up the next morning to a white wonderland coating everything, including your significant other's car. Now, she's out there trying to clear her car off to leave for work – all the while, your tractor, motorcycle and other man-stuff is tucked warmly in the garage. Need an idea of what you can do for your loved one this year?
Cannabis legalization has had a huge impact on culture and society in the United States, but more practical matters rarely make the news. As the cannabis industry has grown, a variety of both large and small businesses have bloomed in its wake. These businesses must contend with the realities of shipping, storing, and selling cannabis and cannabis-related products. If you operate a business in this industry, then you know the challenges associated with keeping your product as fresh as possible to deliver the best experiences for your users.
You buy a home and you depend upon all of the little storage spaces to store your stuff at home. It makes you feel confident and content knowing that everything has its own little space. Yet, what happens when the storage spaces in your home fail you? Maybe your sewer line backs up into the basement, coating boxes and items with raw sewage. Maybe your house floods when the kitchen pipes burst.
Motorcycles are a great way to get around during the warmer months, but once ice and snow start to accumulate on the roads, it's time to put the bike away until next year. If you aren't able or willing to part with some of your valuable garage space for the duration of the winter season, you may want to consider renting out a storage unit for your motorcycle. However, before you put your bike into a unit for several months, there are a few simple maintenance tasks that you should complete to ensure that your motorcycle stays in good condition for when you take it out again.