How To Organize Your Home When You Have Downsized

If you have moved from a larger home into a smaller home, you are probably having mixed feelings about your change. Besides having the knowledge that you'll have less space to clean, you may be sad about leaving that which was familiar to you. In addition, you may be realizing that you have too many things and not enough space in which to store them. If that is the case, here are some ideas that might help you make the best of the area you have. Read More 

How To Get Sheet Music Ready For Storage

If you are moving from a house to a temporary apartment while you look for more permanent housing in the area, chances are good that you are not going to be able to keep all of your possessions with you the entire time. You are simply not going to have room. One easy set of items to part with is any extra sheet music that you are currently not working on. Read More 

Getting Over A Hoarding Addiction: Why A Self-Storage Unit Is Helpful

Do you need to declutter your house as you deal with recovering from a hoarding addiction? It is a good idea to put items that you don't want to get rid of inside of a self-storage unit, especially if they are collectibles that can be financially beneficial later on. Find out below why investing in a self-storage unit is ideal for hoarded items and how much the rental is estimated to cost. Read More 

Mobile Pods Vs. Self-Storage Units

Storage choices have evolved over the years and now include mobile pods. Depending on your needs, pods might be a better choice for your items instead of a self-storage unit. To help you determine which is best, here is a comparison of mobile pods and self-storage units.  Mobile Pods One of the main advantages of using a mobile storage company is that they are portable. You can rent a pod, have it delivered to your home, and pack it up from your driveway. Read More