- Ask about our move-in specials
- Learn about discounts for prepaying six-month and one-year leases
- Don’t store what you don’t need
- Throw Away
- Make the Best Use of Your Space
- Plan ahead.
Keep your frequently used items at the front of your unit where you can get at them easily.
- Map It.
As you move into your storage space, make a simple drawing that shows where items are placed.
- Cover up.
Protect your furniture, including mattresses and box springs, with covers designed for the item.
- Think vertical.
Make best use of your storage area by stacking to the ceiling, working from heaviest items on the bottom to lightest items on top.
- Optimize your space.
Break down any furniture that has removable legs, leaves or other parts.
Use your refrigerator or other appliances to store things like linens – even books or CDs. Wedge the door of any appliances open so air can circulate inside them.
- Take a breath.
Leave a little space between the walls of your unit and your stored items to allow for ventilation.
- Tool up.
Shovels, hoes, rakes and hoses can be stored together in empty trash cans.
- Clear the air.
If you’re storing a gas-powered lawnmower or leaf blower, prevent unpleasant odors by draining the tank before you put it in your unit.