Muncie Mini Warehouses
When it comes time to dig out those 9-irons, make sure you can find them! Some people leave a map taped in a conspicuous spot inside their storage unit to help find what they need. When you leave, make sure you think about what you might need next and arrange it for easy access. It'll make getting that snowblower out so much less of a hassle.
Make a list before you start packing and group similar objects together in the same boxes. While you're at it, make sure your boxes are packed as full as possible: it will help keep them from collapsing. Once your boxes are ready to go, don't skimp on the labels- make sure you can easily judge their contents from any angle. And be sure to wrap fragile items in paper, foam, or bubble wrap and label the boxes accordingly!
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Even though you labeled your boxes so they can be read from any angle, you definitely want to make sure you can access them. Try your hardest to leave an aisle down the middle of larger units so you can get to what you need when you need it. If you have the space, arrange your items to different heights so you have enough space to maneuver and reach the top of those tall stacks. Remember that heavy boxes go on the bottom!
New to the storage game? We've picked up a few tips and tricks to help use your storage space most efficiently and effectively. Here are a couple to get you started. Be sure to take notes! You'll be glad you did.
City Storage offers Muncie convenient and secure access to all of their belongings. With 33 units; personalized service; simple, fair pricing; and a commitment to quality, why would you go anyplace else? Give us a call today at 765-744-3258 to chat about your storage needs.
Thinking creatively can help maximize your space too. Why not store some books or DVDs inside that old mini-fridge in the corner? The same goes for a dresser or armoir. That couch or loveseat you thought would never leave your bachelor pad can be tipped on end to save lateral space, and a table or chairs with removable legs can be dismantled, as long as you remember where you put the bolts.