Tips For Keeping Documents Safe In Self-Storage Units
7 February 2018
If you planning to rent a storage unit for keeping your documents, you need to educate yourself first on how to keep the documents safe for the duration of the storage. Here are some practical ideas to ensure your documents won't be damaged in storage:
Frequently Accessed Documents at the Front
Storing documents you won't need to access every now and again is much different from storing documents you are planning to access frequently.
Interested In Long-Term Storage For Artwork? 3 Things To Ask Before Signing Any Papers
27 December 2017
If you're a collector of artwork, you likely have spent a lot of time keeping everything in good shape and keeping up with maintenance, so your art has stayed in good condition over the years. If you're downsizing to a smaller home, or simply enjoy the idea of switching out artwork throughout the year, you may be interested in utilizing long-term, self storage.
If you've decided that renting a storage unit is a good option for your needs, it makes sense to look into what you can do to keep all the items that are going into storage in good shape.
Storing Fine Art: Four Things To Know
29 August 2017
Whether you are an artist or a collector, you want to make sure that your collection of fine art is protected while in storage. If you are considering renting a self-storage unit for your artwork, here are a few things you should know about storing these delicate masterpieces.
Choose Climate-Controlled Storage
Changes in temperature and exposure to extreme heat and cold can damage fine art. Climate-controlled storage facilities, such as North Star Mini Storage, typically keep each unit at a set temperature, which can help to avoid issues with extreme heat and cold.
5 Things To Keep In Mind To Ensure You Find The Best Self-Storage
15 August 2017
When you need to put some of your belongings into storage, you are going to want to make sure that you find the right storage unit that will fit your belongings, keep them safe and fit your budget.
#1 Measure The Unit
The storage company may tell you that the unit is 10x10, but it is always best to check the measurements, especially if you have large items you want to store in the unit.