A Guide To Successfully Taking Apart And Moving Your Pool Table


Moving a pool table is not the easiest task. Fortunately, it is something you can do on your own with a few tips. However, it is going to be in your best interests to have someone assist you to avoid straining yourself. Take it all Apart Considering how big and heavy a pool table is, the first step is taking it apart. When you start tearing it down you need to keep up with the parts.

3 November 2015

Five Items That Cannot Be Shipped By Courier


Courier services can be a great option when it comes to same day delivery services. However, customers do need to be aware that there are certain items that most courier companies do not transport. Here are five items that cannot be shipped by courier. 1. Firearms There are no courier services in Canada that will transport firearms. However, firearms can be transported via Canada Post. There are certain guidelines that must be met, including:

2 November 2015

Two Tips To Help Make Storage Unit Rental More Affordable


Whether you're downsizing to a smaller home, or simply need a place to store your holiday decorations, a storage unit can be an invaluable way to increase your available storage space. However, if your budget is already stretched thin, you may believe that you just don't have the extra funds you need to make storage rental a reality. While you may think that renting a storage unit is out of reach, use this information to learn more about techniques you can use to make storage rental more affordable.

17 October 2015

4 Storage Tips For Your Baby Stuff


It's a smart idea to hold onto your baby items if you plan to add onto your family in the future. Cribs and other baby furniture, along with clothing and toys, can all be reused. A storage unit is an inexpensive way to keep these items safe, without taking up precious space in your home. These tips can help you store everything successfully. Tip #1: Wash Everything Thoroughly Milk and formula stains on clothing can become permanent if they aren't thoroughly removed before storing the items.

14 October 2015

Using A Storage Unit To House Wine


If you are in the process of moving to another home in your town, and you have an extensive collection of wine, you may want to use a storage unit to hold your investment until you are able to have a new wine storage area built in your new house. A storage unit makes a great place to stash your alcohol until you are able to transport it to your new home. Here are a few tips to use when using your storage unit as a makeshift wine cellar.

13 October 2015

3 Ways To Keep Mold And Mildew Out Of Your Storage Unit


Self storage provides the perfect solution when it comes to decluttering your house, paring down your belongings, or preparing for a move. A storage unit is secure and allows you easy access to your belongings whenever you want them. However, mold and mildew can grow on and attack your belongings no matter how securely you lock up the door to your storage unit. Luckily, there are simple steps that you can take to combat the effects of mold and mildew.

6 April 2015

Arthritis Pain & Relocation: How Local Movers Can Help Out


Do you need help moving to a new home because your arthritis limits the use of your hands? You can get the job done without having to experience a lot of pain if you hire local movers to help you out. Find out below how a moving company can help you get packed up and moved with little to no help on your part. How Can Local Movers Assist Someone Suffering from Arthritis?

3 April 2015

How To Tell If A Movers Service Will Be Reliable


Long-distance moves can be harrowing, especially if you need to hire long-distance movers. A lot can go wrong in the 500 or so miles between your old home and your new one. The risks seem amplified when you entrust someone else with all of your possessions. Although there is no surefire way to know that the movers you hire will be reliable, there are several things you can do to estimate if a moving company that you are considering is a good choice or not.

10 March 2015