If you’re moving to Alabama, get ready for breathtaking shorelines, low costs and some of the sweetest neighbors you’ll ever meet. You’re going to love being a part of the authentic Alabama experience, from the mouth watering food to the history to the "Roll Tide"! So, what is Alabama known for? Nicknamed the Heart of [...]
TIP#13 USE A HEFTY SMALL LOCK Although most units have security in them,it Doesn't hurt to extra precautions.Find an all-weather pad lock that has a short arm to ensure a bolt cutter can't slide it's way in to be sliced open!
TIP#13 USE A HEFTY SMALL LOCK Although most units have security in them,it doesn't hurt to extra precautions.Find an all-weather pad lock that has a short arm to ensure a bolt cutter can't slide it's way in to be sliced open!
TIP#12 MAKE LIST Make a list of everything you store and keep a copy inside. Add or delete items as they are added or removed from your storage unit.this could be very important in the unlikely event of an insurance claim.
TIP#11 DON'T STORE VALUABLES If you must store valuables,store in rear of unit,under heavy boxes and behind furniture.Don't label the box as containing valuables.
TIP#10 DO NOT STORE ANY TOXINS Do NOT Store any toxin or flammable, such as paint,oil or gasoline. Not only will it ruin the engine but it is illegal to store gas or any other flammables substance.
TIP#5 STACK HEAVY ITEMS ON THE BOTTOM Stack Heavier items on bottom and lighter boxes and items on top.
TIP#9 DON'T LET METAL ITEMS RUST WHILE IN STORAGE Metal items are best covered with an old sheet or cloth and spray the cloth with light coat of WD-40 or spray oil to prevent rust. Wipe bare metal surfaces with oil cloth directly.
TIP#8 TAPE BOXES SHUT WITH SEALING TAPE Contents falling through the bottom can be dangerous and unfortunate for your fragile items. You should make sure all your boxes are properly secured.
TIP#7 LABEL BOXES Mark contents of each box on 2 sides and the top for easy identification later. Use heavy,black felt tip pen.