4 Great Reasons To Rent A Moving Truck

Posted on: 19 April 2017

Moving to a different home can be a huge hassle, especially if it's to another state far away. Thankfully, there are a number of things you can do to make the move easier, with less stress and fewer headaches overall. One of the most popular of these things is renting a moving truck, and there are a variety of reasons why it's a good idea for the average homeowner. Take a look below at four of the best reasons why you should rent a moving truck. [Read More]

Three Ways A Self Storage Unit Can Help You Through A Divorce

Posted on: 18 April 2017

Getting divorced, even amicably, is never easy, If you and your spouse have decided to separate and start the legal action required to go through a divorce, life can become a little harder. You will have a lot to go through emotionally, physically, and legally before the process of a divorce is final. One of the things that you should do during a divorce and separation is to set up a self-storage unit. [Read More]

Archiving Offsite: Tips For Keeping Your Older Business Records Safe

Posted on: 18 April 2017

The IRS wants you to keep ten years' worth of back taxes information. Your clients' and customers' info has to be preserved for as long as they do business with you. Patient records and x-rays have to be kept until no longer needed or until the patients pass away. So much of this stuff has to be archived offsite because you simply do not have the room for it in your office. [Read More]

Storage Facilities 101: How To Store Lawn And Garden Equipment

Posted on: 17 April 2017

It costs approximately $100 to $200 per month for a lawn care service to take care of your lawn. As you can imagine, that price can really add up month after month and year after year. For this reason, most people choose to do their own yard work. However, DIY lawn care has its own expenses. First, you must purchase all the necessary equipment, pay to maintain it and pay to store it properly. [Read More]