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When blending two families into one, things can get rather stressful. Not only do you have to worry about all of the members of each family, but you also have to worry about all of their stuff. How do you make two family's worth of things fit into one house? Can you get rid of some stuff? Should you hold onto the things that aren't really needed? I created this blog to help other blended families learn how to utilize storage units as a way to meet in the middle of some of the disagreements that can arise during the blending process.

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Worried About Moisture In A Self Storage Unit? Learn To Control It

Moisuture can be detrimental to the items you have stored in a self storage unit. It can cause metal items to rust, wood items to warp and mildew and mold to form on your textiles. When placing your items into storage, you may feel like moisture is out of your control. But this is not the case. There are many things you can do to protect your belongings from moisture damage when they are being stored. Read More 

Ways To Minimize The Chances Of Water Damage In A Storage Facility

When you place your belongings into a storage unit, you expect that they will be the same condition they were in when you go to pull them out. Unfortunately though, water can be damaging to your belongings. Moisture can cause mold to form on your items, lead to discoloration, make your items smell like mildew, or cause other types of damage. Placing your items in a climate-controlled storage unit can help minimize the odds of this happening, but those units cost more. Read More 

3 Smart Organization Tips For Your Storage Unit

Renting a storage unit is a great first step to decluttering your house, but what's the point if all you end up with is a cluttered storage unit? Taking steps to ensure that your storage unit is organized from the start can save you time and hassle later on – you'll be able to tell exactly what you do and don't have at any given time and you'll be able to find what you need when you need it. Read More 

2 Questions You May Have When You Miss Payments on a Rented Storage Unit

When you rent a self-storage unit, you will most likely have to sign a lease. The lease will state the terms of the agreement, and it will let you know the policies the company has if you default on your payment. It's important for you to read this contract carefully and to pay your rent on time. If you don't, the owner of the building might lock up your unit or seize your property and sell it. Read More