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Sealing Larger Electronics For Long-Term Storage

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If you have to go away on a trip for months or will be on the move for years, there may not be an easy place to store your goods. Military service-members and government workers may not have family with enough storage space, but if you need to go on deployment it means either selling your property or figuring out where to keep everything. Self storage units are a good choice, but you’ll need to make sure that electronics such as computers are safe from dirt, grime and dust. Read More»

How To Help Your Parrot Through A Move

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According to the American Veterinary Medical Association there are 8.3 million pet birds living in the United States. Having a parrot can be a great form of companionship, but moving with a bird can be challenging. If you want to help your bird transition through a move with as little stress as possible, here are three suggestions to keep in mind. 1. Make sure your bird’s cage is set up at your new home before moving with your bird. Read More»

How To Prevent Injuries When Moving

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Moving requires a lot of pushing, pulling, bending, squatting, and a lot of lifting. It is a very tiring job to move furniture and lift boxes. If you don’t lift them correctly, the chances of injury will increase. To remain injury-free and protect your back during the process, try using some of the following guidelines. Family, Friends, and Help If you have children, keep them out of the moving area. If possible, let them stay with a friend or family member. Read More»

Four Commercial Storage Options To Meet Your Unique Needs

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Commercial storage is not only large enough accommodate the great many things you hope to stash in it, but it also provides for some unique commercial needs. You are not just limited to traditional outdoor storage. Here are four commercial storage options that may meet your unique needs. Cold Storage Cold storage is commercial storage inside a freezer or refrigerated unit. It is well-insulated and sealed off to prevent rodents and pests from entering the unit. Read More»