East Coast winters can be brutal on vehicles, especially when they sit unused for extended periods of time. The last thing you want to find after storing a car all winter is a flat tire, a dead battery, or a leaking radiator. Here are five key steps you should take to prepare your vehicle for storage this winter.
When storing valuable items, it goes without saying that you'll want a self-storage facility that is secure, safe and clean. While basic storage can certainly provide these features, it lacks another vital component that most would want for their expensive or priceless possessions – climate control.
Using our safe, secure, and convenient self-storage often gives people peace of mind – especially when accommodating a temporary life situation or transition. Clutter can be overwhelming at the best of times, and sometimes it just has to go.
If you have plans to move in the near future, you’re likely thinking about packing up and preparing your belongings for their ride to your new home. If you intend on placing items in a storage facility, organization will be key to finding items without difficulty when needed.
Roughly twice a year we find ourselves trading patio furniture and summer clothing for snow blowers and winter accessories – and vice versa. Self-storage is a great solution for keeping your seasonal items organized, and in tip-top shape.