Take a look at these packing and moving tips before you bring your belongings to your new storage unit. You’ll be much happier with the condition of what’s stored when you take the proper steps to ensure its well-being.
Next Door Storage has created a useful infographic for college students dealing with summer moving. Many college students move either back home each summer or store their stuff in the city their college is located in. This graphic helps guide college students on best practices for storing their things for the summer.
This infographic has been created with the big idea of showing the best ways to pack different items to make moving smooth. Packing is one of the biggest concerns while moving. Good packing ensures that all necessities are packed in ways to transport them without damages on the way. This infographic shows the ways to do that.
According to estimates, there are over 52,500 storage facilities in the U.S. In 2012, ten percent of U.S. households owned a storage unit. There are a number of potential uses for self-storage units. College students use them during the summers in between classes, real estate agents use them to store home staging furniture, business owners use them to declutter offices, and families use them to store away seasonal decorations.
If you are a fan of the hit show Breaking Bad, you have most likely wondered about storage unit #2065. Check out the infographic below to learn the answers to 13 key questions about the storage unit.
The modern garage is a far cry from the converted carriage house in which the first cars were housed. Over the years, garages have evolved from an external necessity to an important part of our homes. From necessary storage spaces to outright man caves, IFA Insurance Company looks at the history of the garage in the following infographic.
The economy is in distress and Consumerville needs a hero. This new infographic from Wikibon tells the tale of flash memory as if it were straight from a comic book.