Moving And Taking Instruments With You: Tips For Care In Transport

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Whether you own a harp or a piano, a banjo or a flute, you want to keep your expensive and treasured instruments safe when you move. Some instruments, such as a woodwind, are easier to move than others (like a piano, for example), and you should be prepared to make the transition as easy as possible for every musical tool you have. Here are tips to move instruments from one location to another when you are relocating to somewhere new.

15 August 2016

Top 3 Reasons Why You Should Hire Professional Movers

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Are you getting ready to move to a new home? Are you thinking about doing the move yourself since it'll only be across town? While doing the move yourself can seem like a great idea at first, things aren't always as they appear. Instead of doing the move on your own, it may be a better idea for you to hire professionals to do the move for you. Some of the most important reasons why you should consider this are:

11 August 2016

Planning A Move During The Rainy Season? 3 Tips To Keep You (And Your Furniture) Dry

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While it's a good idea to plan for an upcoming move with consideration for the average temperature and weather, sometimes rain on the day of your move cannot be avoided. If you've checked the weather report and noticed that rain is forecast for your move, there are a number of things that you can do to make sure that your furniture stays dry. While you put on a rain jacket or bring an umbrella, consider the following tips to ensure that nothing gets significantly damaged by the rain during your move.

9 August 2016

Summer Coming to an End? 3 Easy Tips for Putting Your New Decorations into Storage

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The end of summer spells a coming to the end of warm weather and bright colors. If you decided this year was an ideal time to pick up some seasonal decorations, you may have a lot of things to put away. This is when you should rent a storage unit to avoid keeping things in your home that will go unused for nine months. Throwing everything into a few boxes or plastic bins could end up causing damage to your decorations.

9 August 2016

Tips For Storing Upholstered Furniture

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Upholstered furniture can pose a concern when you have to place the items in a storage unit. This is because you want to protect all parts of the furniture, whether they are fabric or wood. Upholstered furniture is also often some of the more valuable furniture that someone owns. Fortunately, you have these handy storage tips to help you store your furniture correctly. Tip #1: Give it a thorough cleaning

7 August 2016

Plan On Renting An Outdoor Storage Unit In A Tropical Climate? 3 Tips To Avoid Water Damage

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Storage units are useful for a lot of things because they provide you with room to store goods when you do not have anywhere else to put them without cluttering the space you do have. And, while a climate controlled storage unit might sound like an ideal solution to your storage needs, it can get expensive. You can get a 10x15 foot unit for as little as $75 a month, but a climate controlled one can reach up to $150.

7 August 2016

Ask About Using Your Storage Unit For Your Woodworking Hobby

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If you're interested in the hobby of woodworking but live in an apartment, condo or house with limited space for a workshop, don't give up on your dream just yet. Whether you have some tools and equipment or you haven't yet begun to amass these supplies, it's often possible to set up a workshop space at a unit in your local storage facility. Of course, you'll need to first get the permission of the storage facility's management as well as make sure that your woodworking activities won't break any storage rules.

5 August 2016