December 2016 - Sparky's Storage

Monthly Archives:: December 2016

6 cold weather moving tips

December 29th, 2016 - sparkysstorag

Moving is always hard, but moving in the cold presents some unique difficulties. So, here are 6 tips that can help make your winter move more bearable.

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How To Keep Musical Instruments Safe In Self Storage

December 20th, 2016 - sparkysstorag
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Musical instruments can cost a lot of money, but they can last a lifetime if cared for properly. Sometimes musicians need to place their instruments in self storage, but doing this can be risky if proper storage techniques are not used. To ensure your instruments retain their original quality, you need to store them properly. It is important to understand how to store musical instruments in hard cases, as well as drums, pianos, woodwind, and string instruments.

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9 Self Storage Benefits You Should Know

December 20th, 2016 - sparkysstorag
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Self storage is an affordable way to store your items during a short period of time or to store items while transitioning into another place. Having a place to store what is valuable to you can make life easier in many situations. Here are nine self storage benefits that might improve your life.

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Insurance: What You Should Know About Insuring Property In Storage

December 6th, 2016 - sparkysstorag
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According to the Self Storage Association, approximately 10.8 million people in the U.S. rent a self storage unit. If that number includes you, it is time to consider insuring the property you have placed in storage. If you are currently without storage insurance, you should reconsider protecting your property. Here are some tips on how insurance can protect your property in storage.

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6 Things You Don’t Store in Self-Storage

December 6th, 2016 - sparkysstorag
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A self storage facility is the most natural place to turn if you need to declutter your space. So, you may need to store things that you do not use everyday, including snow tires, seasonal decorations, or trophies you don’t have room to display. However, there are some items you don’t store in a unit under any circumstances, like chemicals or live animals.

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