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Moving and storage are two sides of the same coin. Chances are if you’re moving, you have to put some of your stuff in storage. And unless you’re paying the moving company extra to use their storage building, chances are you’re going to have to rent a self-storage unit.
You know the ones: those boxy, mini-warehouse buildings that line the sides of highways from Vancouver to Toronto. Renting storage units seems like a pretty open and shut job: you open the door to your self-storage unit, you shove your stuff in, you shut the door. But public storage isn’t quite that simple. Even though it’s just sitting there, there’s a lot that could happen to your stuff in self-storage. It’s important that you pick the right self-storage facility and once you do, it’s even more important you pack your storage unit correctly.
Before you lease anything, check out the following tips:
In case this sounds like something you’d want to avoid, give us a call instead, and we will store your items for you without worries.