1. Storage and Winter Storms

    Storing your stuff in Oaks, Collegeville or Audubon this winter? With the first major Nor’easter of winter 2015-2016 set to arrive Friday and Saturday, there are things you should know about self-storage and winter. If freezing will hurt it, spring for climate controlled storage. Your outdoor self-storage unit will be hotter in the summer and colder in the winter than the air temperature outside…Read More

  2. Make Room for Holiday Visitors with a Self Storage Unit

    While the winter season is exciting with the upcoming holidays and family gatherings, it can also be very stressful. If you have been tasked with hosting Thanksgiving dinner or are providing a room for your in-laws, even a large home can quickly become too small of a space. For most of the year, your guest room might actually be your home office or even a child’s old bedroom, but visitors, even …Read More

  3. 4 TIPS FOR SUMMER CLOTHING STORAGE IN OUR SELF STORAGE UNITS

    Because winter clothing is so much bulkier than summer clothing, most people do not consider a self storage unit for their summer wardrobe. However, once the snow starts falling, there’s not much need for shorts or T shirts, not to mention swimsuits and beach towels. Additionally, the winter holidays often include lots of decorating, and putting warm weather items in storage for the winter can h…Read More

  4. Preparing Your Motorcycle For Storage

    In honor of national motorcycle week and summer coming to a close, we will be discussing how you can prepare your motorcycle for self storage. Whether you are looking to store your dirtbikes, sport bike, or cruiser, the same advice holds true. So grab your gloves and a wrench, and let's get started. Drain Your Fuel Tank While some people argue that you should fill your tank when storing it, stora…Read More