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Placing Your New Carport

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Acquiring a carport may seem like the best event in the world if you’ve been parking out in the open. No longer will you have to worry about harsh sunlight, heavy rain, or other weather phenomena like hail impacting your car. But if you place that carport in the wrong spot, or don’t install it correctly, you could find that carport isn’t as helpful as it should be. Here’s what to do to ensure the carport works as advertised. Read More»

Three Factors To Consider When Choosing A Storage Facility For Your Boat

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You may be thinking about buying a boat, but your biggest problem is finding a place to store it. It may be too expensive or even practical to store your boat at a lake or a marina. And you may not be able to store it where you live. However, there are storage facilities that specialize in storing boats and large vehicles. The following are a few things to keep in mind when shopping for a storage unit. Read More»

What Can You Do When You Don't Need An Entire Storage Unit?

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Sometimes you’re going out of town and you just need a small part of a storage unit. Do you have to pay for a 5’ x 5’ room? Not necessarily. Here are some possible solutions when you only need a little storage space.  Try Renting a Mini Storage Unit Some companies allow you to rent mini storage units that are a fraction of the size of a standard storage unit. These could be a locker, a cubby, or simply a small room. Read More»

3 Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Your Storage Unit

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One of the things you may need to do at some point is rent a storage unit. This can allow you to put items you aren’t currently using in a safe place. Of course, many individuals rely on these units because of making a move to a new location, for instance. Regardless of the reason you’re using this type of facility, you will want to make the most out of your storage space. Read More»