My husband and I are complete opposites. While I’m extremely organized, my spouse isn’t. He regularly scatters important documents such as credit card statements, car insurance bills, and pay stubs around our home. Because I worry about losing important papers, I’m constantly developing smart storage solutions for our documents. I keep some of our papers in a safe. I keep other items in a handy storage folder complete with tabs. I’ve labeled some of the tabs with the types of mail my husband and I receive regularly such as bills, retirement information, healthcare documentation, and sales papers. Another great option for storing mountains of paperwork is a rented storage unit. By housing important documentation in this type of storage facility, you can keep it out of your home. On this blog, I hope you will discover some ingenious ways to store your pertinent documents.
3 August 2016
Self storage may come with many benefits, but it also comes with downsides. Many of these downsides are due to mistakes people make. Here are the most common ones and ways you can avoid them. Using Newspaper Newspaper is commonly used to wrap up belongings and protect them from damage. It's so popular that you likely wouldn't think twice about doing it. However, the ink from the paper will run onto the objects, and you run the risk of damaging them.
2 August 2016
If you have collectible items that are somewhat delicate that you want to put into storage (your Star Wars figurines or Walking Dead memorabilia, maybe), you don't want to throw them into any old storage unit. You want a storage unit that will keep them in perfect condition until you have a use for them or the space to display them. That makes it important to understand the difference between a facility that is climate-controlled and one that is merely temperature-controlled.