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Understanding Moving Challenges

If you had to start moving tomorrow, how hard do you think it would be to get everything done on time? About a year ago, I started thinking about making some changes to our lives, and we decided to move across the country to explore some new places. It was intimidating at first, but after a few weeks of planning, things really started to fall into place. We were able to work through a lot of our moving challenges, and when moving day finally arrived, it felt great to put everything into the truck and get going. This blog is all about moving successfully.

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Categories Of Storage Facilities

Storage facilities are not created equal. The facilities come in different shapes and sizes depending on what you want to store. Below are some of the common categories of storage facilities and the storage situations they satisfy.

Indoor Storage

Indoor storage facilities, as the name suggests, are storage facilities bounded on all sides – floor, sides, and roofing. These storage facilities use structures, such as containers, or houses that are subdivided into specific storage units. Indoor storage units work great for items that are moderately sensitive to weather elements and cannot survive outdoors. For example, household items such as utensils and appliances should be kept in indoor storage units.

Outdoor Storage

Outdoor storage places are just designated storage places that are not bounded on the sides. Some outdoor storage places have roofs or coverings, but nothing else. Outdoor storage is suitable for bulky items that cannot fit indoors or would take too much space. The items must also be weather-resistant. Boats, cars, and trailers are some of the common items people keep in outdoor storage.

Mobile Storage

Mobile storage refers to portable storage units that can be kept on the client's premises or easily relocated from place to place. These are basically large storage containers. The storage company will deliver the mobile storage container to your premises where you can fill it with your items and keep the container or have the company ship it to another location. 

Drive-Up Storage

Drive-up storage facilities have units that are designed to allow drivers to drive right up to the entryways of the units. This means you can load and unload your moving truck right at the door of your storage unit. This reduces the effort and time of moving your storage items. It also reduces the risk of damage to your belongings.

Commercial Storage

Commercial storage facilities target businesses as their clients. Many of them even offer additional services that businesses might need. For example, some of the facilities offer meeting rooms, printing and photocopying services, and even forwarding addresses.

Climate-Controlled Storage

Climate-controlled storage units are meant for sensitive items that can easily get damaged if exposed to various forms of weather. These storage facilities keep temperature and humidity within safe ranges. Climate-control is suitable for sensitive electronics, paintings, wine, and other materials that extreme temperatures or humidity might damage.

Many storage facilities handle more than one type of storage service. When looking for storage quotes, describe your storage needs to the facilities in your area and let them decide whether they can meet your needs.