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Self Storage & Moving Tips

Personal Items for Self Storage:

The most popular use for self storage is for personal items that take up precious space in our homes. With The Storage Center of Salisbury, you'll have an area to store and keep all those items organized that you don't use or need on a regular basis. Seasonal Clothes, Furniture, Keepsakes and Old toys 

Home Business Items for Self Storage:
Give your home business room to grow with The Storage Center. Climate controlled units are available in several sizes to perfectly fit your business, freeing up critical room in your house so you can continue to live in your home comfortably. Home office extension , Inventory management , Archives and Mini-warehouse.

Moving can be a frustrating experience, but The Storage Center makes the process easier with multiple sized units, so you'll always have the exact amount of space you need. Use our units as temporary storage for all of the following during your move: Furniture, Clothes, Antiques, Beds, Electronics and Lawn equipment

Helpful hints to make the packing and storing of your belongings a breeze!

1.Use furniture drawers to hold delicate items. Wrap them in bubble wrap or newspaper. 

2.When packing toys or smaller objects, remember to fill boxes completely, stuffing open areas with plain newspaper to prevent collapsing when stacked. 

3.Be careful not to store anything combustible (such as paint and chemicals) or perishable (such as food that is not permanently sealed). 

4.When storing lawn and garden equipment, drain any fluids prior to storage in order to avoid corrosive damage. 

5.Use trash cans to store shovels, hoes and rakes. 

6.Always use high quality locks on your unit. The Storage Center of Salisbury sells locks on-site; ask the Store Manager for details. 

7.When storing delicate heirlooms, use specially constructed boxes, such as wardrobe boxes, and utilize dehumidifiers to prevent mildew build up.

8.Store furniture carefully on boards or pallets. 

9.Cover mattresses and store them flat on level surfaces.

10.Store small items like pots and pans in large appliances, such as stoves or refrigerators

11.Break down items (such as table legs) and store large furniture (like tabletops and sofas) on end to save space. 

12.Use protective covers and treat wood surfaces before storing. 

13.When storing business files, label all boxes and construct aisles so files are easily seen and accessible.

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