Are You Moving Your Business Office To A New Location?

Has your new business expanded so much that you need to relocate to a different space? If so, you must be very excited about the success you have had so early in your venture. Since this is a new business, you have probably not had the experience of moving, right? Don't fret. From getting your staff on board to arranging for relocation moving, here are some ideas that might help you.   Read More...

Why You Must Be Careful When Using Unheated Storage Units

Depending on what you are storing in your storage unit, you might not be able to get away with a self-storage unit that is not heated. Some of your items might end up damaged, and there is little reason to spend money storing items that you won't even be able to keep, especially if you live in a cool and wet climate.  Liquids Items that contain liquid might freeze if they are placed in a storage unit that gets too cold.   Read More...

How to Avoid Moving with Pests

One of the worst things you can realize after a move is that you have carried some pests with you. However, this will only be the case if you were not aware of the possibility of moving with pests, which means you didn't take the necessary precautions. Here are some practical measures to help you avoid moving with pests: Be Wary of Donated Packing Boxes Do you know that you can move with pests even if your current home doesn't have pest infestation?   Read More...

Finding The Right Storage Facility

Keeping your belongings safe is very important. If you are moving into a new home, or you simply do not have enough space for all of your belongings it is important to keep everything you own in good condition. One of the best ways to do that is to store it in a storage facility. There are a lot of different storage facilities, and most of them are a great for long-term storage.   Read More...

Self-Storage Unit Safety Tips

When it comes to loading items into your self-storage unit, such as at Penn  Plaza Self Storage , you should keep a few basic safety rules in mind to prevent potential injuries or damage to your items. Use this guide to help learn the different ways you can stay safe while organizing your storage unit. Keep Box Stacks Low Stacking boxes from floor to ceiling can make it difficult for you to get to items you need, and it can potentially lead to boxes falling on you while you are in the storage unit.   Read More...