Enjoying More Storage Space

  • Tips For Winterizing Your Boat

    17 October 2016

    The fall season is starting to bring cooler air across the country, which means that it's time to start thinking about packing up your warm-weather recreational toys. One of the things that many new boat owners struggle with is that first year of packing up the boat for the winter. Understanding how to keep your boat safe through the cold season will ensure that it is still running at its best in the spring because freezing temperatures can crack and damage a boat.

  • Setting Up An Old Aquarium: 4 Tips For Taking A Tank From Storage To Your Living Room

    12 October 2016

    If you have a fish aquarium that you're not using, you can keep it in storage for an extended period of time — for years if you have to. It will be there for you when you're ready to set it up again. However, setting up an old tank is a bit different than setting up a new one. You have to clean the tank, make sure it's watertight, and cycle it before you can add decorations or fish.

  • 5 Benefits Of Climate Controlled Storage

    12 October 2016

    If you have to store some of your items for a while, you should not just choose any storage facility. You should pick one that's climate controlled. It's especially important to rent a climate-controlled storage unit if you own sensitive items like musical instruments and antiques. Here are five benefits of climate-controlled storage. Great Humidity Control When the weather gets hot and humid outdoors, you can bet your bottom dollar that it is going to be humid indoors.

  • Silk Flowers For Your Home – Storing Them Properly To Protect Them From Damage

    26 May 2016

    Using silk flowers to decorate your home adds color without going through all of the expense of buying fresh flowers over and over again throughout the year. Having a variety of seasonal silk flowers will allow you to change things up with each changing season quickly and easily. But, what do you do with the silk flowers that aren't being used? How do you keep them looking nice for several years and limit the amount of work that goes into getting them prepared to display?