1. Ready for Shore Season? Where’s Your Winter Gear?

    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 la…Read More

  2. Where do you store? Location, Location, Location

    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 p0eop…Read More

  3. Warm Storage for Cyclone Bomb Storms

    With every storm it seems like the weather forecasters find the need to invent new terms to make the storm even more serious sounding than the last one. This time, it's a "cyclone bomb" and it's going to hit tonight or maybe tomorrow. Admittedly, I'm no weather forecaster, but the gist of this storm seems to be that a hurricane-force storm developed in the Gulf of Mexico and then ran smack dab int…Read More

  4. Winterizing Your Boat? Say No and Save Money

    Depending on the size of your boat, winterizing it every fall and then getting the antifreeze drained and the engine primed to go again in the spring can cost you hundreds or even thousands of dollars. Sick of fighting shrink wrap or losing your boat early in the season so you know you have a winterizing appointment? We can help you change that! In addition to making rooms for classic cars and sho…Read More

  5. Choosing Parking for Your Recreational Vehicles

    With spring deciding to ignore the groundhog and come to eastern Pennsylvania a little early, many of our customers are thinking about bringing out the RVs and boats. When the sun starts shining, it can be hard to remember that it's only the beginning of March. As you begin to think about where you might be camping and boating this season, now is the time to also think about where you'll be parkin…Read More

  6. Preventing Theft of Your Small RV or Boat

    One of the most common questions we get about our parking facility is how we keep it safe. We have a number of precautions in place to help protect our customers who park a small tow-behind vehicles on our property. The first line of defense is the gate and the fence. Because we have a gate with electronic access, we know that you can't get on the property without a gate code. And our gate softwar…Read More

  7. How to Prepare Your Vehicle for Storage

    Thinking about storing your summer car for a few months until the salt is gone and the sun is shining? Here are a few things you should do before storing a car inside. Use up the Gas If you ever had a gas-powered lawn mower or other small engine, you know that gasoline doesn't age well. To avoid having to flush the fuel injectors when you bring the car out of storage and to decrease the risks of s…Read More