Avoiding Seven Years Of Bad Luck: Prepping A Mirror For An Unshattering Move

If you are planning on moving to a new home and you have a large mirror that needs to come along or be placed in storage, it will be necessary to package it appropriately so it does not become damaged while in transit. It is possible to move a mirror on your own if you have the proper supplies available to protect it. Here are some tips you can use when moving a mirror so you do not end up shards of glass as a result. Read More 

Worried About Oversized Item Damage When Moving? 3 Things to Let Professionals Pack

Packing up for a move usually encompasses separating items into boxes for each room and making sure everything is properly placed into bags, bins, and boxes to avoid damage during the drive to a new home. But, there are some things that are not so simple to prepare for moving due to fragility, heaviness, or bulkiness. You might be determined to overcome the challenges you are faced with, but it is okay to admit defeat when the alternative is assuring that your possessions will get to the new residence unharmed. Read More 

3 Questions You Should Ask A Moving Company Before Hiring Them

Moving can be a very stressful experience. The amount of work that goes into a move can be daunting, as well as the emotional stress of the changes that you will be going through. This is why it is important that you do everything you can to minimize the work and stress of a move. One way to do this is to hire a moving company. Here are some questions you should ask a potential moving company before you hire them. Read More 

How Self-Storage Units Can Help With Inventory Mangement For Seasonal Businesses

When you run a business that is heavily focused on seasonal goods, you're inevitably going to face inventory turnover. When the season change approaches, you'll have to figure out how you plan to deal with your excess inventory from the current season's products. If the inventory you have now will still be relevant for next year's sales, there's no reason to liquidate or return it to the supplier. Instead, you can protect your investment and save shelf space by putting your prior season's inventory into a storage unit. Read More