3 Ways To Protect Your Boat's Engine Before It Goes Into Storage

Posted on: 13 July 2017
If you are done with your boat for the season, and are ready to put it into storage here are three maintenance tasks that you have to make sure that you complete before you put your boat in storage if you want your boat's engine to last a long time. #1 Put In New Anti-Freeze First, you need to drain out the anti-freeze that is currently in your boat. Then, put some water through the system in order to flush out any remaining anti-freeze.
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Planning A Renovation? Store These Things In A Nearby Self-Storage Facility

Posted on: 13 July 2017
Planning a home renovation is an exciting time for any homeowner. Whether you're doing the work yourself or you've hired a contractor to take care of the job for you, you'll often need to move things out of the area in which the work will be done. For example, if you're having your kitchen renovated, it's beneficial to move away as many elements from the kitchen as possible to free up space for the project.
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5 Tips for Storing Furniture Without Climate Control

Posted on: 13 July 2017
You have probably heard that household furniture needs to be kept in climate-controlled storage facilities, which is the ideal situation. However, you don't have to resign yourself to damaged furniture if you are using a facility without climate control. If you want to protect your furniture under such conditions, learn more here. Disassemble the Furniture Wood expands and contracts when subjected to temperature fluctuations. Repeated expansion and fluctuations cause pieces of wood to bend, crack or curl; it also causes joints to loosen.
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Is That Item Worth Putting In A Self-Storage Unit?

Posted on: 12 July 2017
Self-storage units are great for storing items between moves or when you don't have enough space in your home for them. One issue people tend to overlook, however, is whether or not it's worth paying to store some of their belongings. Here are three questions to ask yourself to help you avoid storing items you don't want or need. When Are You Going to Use It Again? Many times people justify putting stuff they don't need at that moment in storage is they may require those items at a later date.
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