Moving is a monumental task. Here’s how to spread it out over the course of a month for maximum success.
We can all agree that the whole point of self storage is convenience. Self-storage units provide an extra place for you to hold your extra stuff so you can free up space in your home or business. You can choose your unit size, access your belongings almost any time — and, in the case of month-to-month storage rentals, you can move out on a timetable that works for you.
If that alone isn’t enough to sell you on the advantages of month-to-month self storage, this guide is here to finish the job. Read on to learn more about the many benefits of storage units on monthly contracts, and book your Idaho month-to-month storage rental here at Stor-It today!
It’s the first step you take every time you access your storage unit. It should be easy — but sometimes it isn’t. While not exactly rocket science, unlocking your unit and opening the door can pose unique difficulties for new renters and seasoned storers alike. Thankfully, our team at Stor-It is here to help.
Moving doesn’t have to be mysterious. Take this quiz to see if your packing instincts are up to par, then get all the answers at the end to improve your knowledge before your next big move.
Owning a home for the first time is exciting — but without proper preparation, that excitement can quickly turn into stress. One the first hurdles you have to clear is the move itself, and that alone can defeat unprepared first-time homebuyers. How should you pack for this momentous event? How long should it take? Where do you start?
The team at Stor-It is here to help. We’ve put together a guide of moving tips and tricks that any first-time homeowner will find useful. Get reading, and get all of your moving and storage essentials here at Stor-It!
Not everyone needs storage for a lifetime — or even an entire year. For many, a few months is more than enough. Moving, remodeling, and seasonal houseguests are all great reasons to look into short-term storage.
Before taking the plunge with a provider near you, there are few things you should know about this type of storage. Our experts here at Stor-It have put together a quick guide with five tips to consider when investing in short-term storage. Read on to learn more!
One of the most common (and exciting) reasons to move homes is to accommodate an expanding family. We’re sure you’re going to love your new space, but we know the prospect of wrangling a gaggle of children and animals during the move can seem daunting. Luckily, we have some tips and tricks that can make this milestone less of a headache – and even a little bit fun!
It’s a well-known fact that moving house is no walk in the park. Often considered one of the most stressful common life experiences, relocating everything you own can be at best a pain, and at worst downright exasperating.
One of the trickiest categories of objects to move is glassware and dishes, the frustratingly fragile backbone of your kitchen, and an essential element to any dining set-up. From beautiful champagne coupes to ornate serving bowls, heirloom teacups to artisanal vases — this is a collection that you don’t want to see harmed in transit.
In this article we’ll go over some simple guidelines for packing glass and ceramics. While moving is unlikely to ever be a complete cinch, these tips will make packing delicate items significantly less anxiety-inducing, allowing you to enjoy the first meal in your new home on pristine, unbroken tableware.
When it comes to storage, some of us are in it for the long haul. Months, or even years, may pass before some of the stuff you store sees the outside world again.
If this is the timetable you’re working with, you want to come prepared. After all, long-term storage is a big-time investment (literally). To help you do it right, our team here at Stor-It has put together this comprehensive guide. Learn how to store with success below, and store your stuff at one of our Idaho self-storage facilities today!
If you have a baby on the way, you need to get your house ready for much more than the baby. With a brand-new human being in your abode, expect a huge influx of stuff. Baby clothes, baby toys, baby furniture — you name it, your newborn probably needs it. What’s more, you’ll also have to find new spots for some of your old stuff. (After all, many items are dangerous for infants, toddlers, and small children.) With new stuff coming in and old stuff moving elsewhere, you’re going to have to strategize about storage. Here to help, our team at Stor-It has put together this guide on expert self-storage tips for new parents.