Creating a new home office Suddenly, everyone is creating a home office. In March when the original stay-at-home order was sent out for Pennsylvania, most of us assumed it would be for just a few weeks. Now, 12 weeks into the global pandemic, many companies are telling workers that telecommuting may be a long-term option. But how long can you use the kitchen table as your office before you … [Read more...] about Creating a Long-Term Home Office
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Every parent knows that school supplies are cheapest before school starts, but buying them in bulk before the school year starts can also be problematic. Where are you going to store them? How do you keep the kids out of them until it's time for school? With longer and longer lists of necessary supplies, it can be tempting for most parents to buy just what their children need the first day of … [Read more...] about Back-to-School Storage Options: Where Do I Put This Stuff?
One of the most popular Netflix series so fat this year has been "Tidying Up with Marie Kondo," a program that encourages people to take a more Buddhist approach to clutter and be thankful for the things they have. Friends asked if I was worried about the impact it might have on the self-storage business. Not at all and here's why: Getting rid of clutter is not the same as getting rid of all self … [Read more...] about Tidying Up Doesn’t Mean Getting Rid of Storage
Here at Spacemall Storage, we're thankful for another great year with the best customers anyone could ask for and we're proud to say that our customers love us too. Why? We asked our customers what the best things about Spacemall Storage were and we were happily surprised by the answers we received. Convenient Gate Hours Some storage facilities seem to forget that the most important things to … [Read more...] about Five Reasons Oaks Loves 422 Spacemall Storage
Eastern Pennsylvania has taken a beating from the rain this summer and the hits just keep coming. Last month, Hershey Park and Knoebels Amusement Resort faced flash flooding at the height of the summer tourist season, forcing the parks to close and vacation to be changed. Yesterday, the King of Prussia mall was inundated with flash flood waters on the lower level and though the water wasn't deep … [Read more...] about How to respond when flood waters are rising
When you were kid, did you ever dream of having the circus in your backyard? I may not be a kid anymore, but that childhood dream is coming true. And it's not just any circus. The best of the best, Cirque du Soleil, is coming to my hometown this July. Since Spacemall doesn't exactly have a backyard, Volta isn't in my backyard. It's at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center at Oaks Fairgrounds, or … [Read more...] about Cirque Du Soleil Presents Volta in Oaks This July
After what seemed like the winter that would never end, May brought in above normal temperatures -- at least for a little while-- and it's time for most of us to head to the Shore for some sun and sand. Memorial Day weekend may have been the official opening of the Jersey Shore, but if you still have your winter stuff lying around it can be hard to be ready for summer, sand and surf. Take these … [Read more...] about Ready for Shore Season? Where’s Your Winter Gear?
One of the most frequent questions I hear when people rent a storage unit for the first time is "How much storage space do I need?" There are all kinds of charts and graphics on various self storage websites the claim to tell you exactly what size storage you'll need based on how big your house is or how many boxes you are planning to store, but the truth of the matter is no one really knows. I … [Read more...] about How Much Storage Space Do I Need?
The old adage in real estate is that the three most important things are location, location, location. The same can be said about storage facilities. There are a lot of things you should look for in a storage facility, as we have mentioned here when we talked about why you want a local storage facility not a big chain and here when we told you what to look for in a storage unit. But for many … [Read more...] about Where do you store? Location, Location, Location
If you're at all like me, your winter closet is nothing like your summer closet. In the summer, clothes are lighter, thinner and in many cases, much more casual. In the winter, I need bo9ots and scarves and extra sweaters and by February, my closet is a mess. I want to have some lighter weight clothes available for those pop-up warm days, but I still need access to the layers of tights and wool … [Read more...] about Ready for Spring:Declutter Your Closet In Five Steps