Three Tips For Preparing For Your Move

When you are preparing to move to a new home, it can be easy for you to start to feel overwhelmed by the amount of work that it will take to relocate your possessions into your new home. Not surprisingly, this can cause some individuals to make some critical oversights that may make the moving experience more difficult than it needs to be. If this is a task that you have been struggling with, you might benefit from considering the following moving preparation tips. [Read More]

Tips For Using A Self-Storage Unit For Survival Supplies

Stocking survival supplies to keep your family safe during a natural disaster or some other event gives you peace of mind, but it doesn't take long for the supplies to take over your space, especially if you live in a small house or apartment. A good solution to the storage problem is to rent a self-storage unit from a facility like Carolina Self Storage. Here are a few things to consider when storing survival supplies in a location other than your home. [Read More]

Tips For Moving A Long Distance With Kids

Moving across several states or even abroad with children is much more stressful than simply moving on your own. As a responsible parent, you want to make sure all of your child's needs are met during and after the move. The following guide can help you use a full service moving and relocation company to your advantage. Choose a home wisely Extreme long distance moves often come with the additional logistics problem of finding a new home. [Read More]

Keeping Your Storage Unit Free Of Pests

If you just rented a storage unit to hold your belongings, you will want to take precautionary steps in keeping pests from invading the area. Most storage units are sealed rather well to keep the area moisture-free. This will help in keeping pests from getting inside as well. If there are, however, small cracks or holes within the walls of the unit, pests may make their way inside. Here are some steps you can take to improve the chances of keeping insects and rodents out of your storage unit. [Read More]