Fragile items deserve special care. Whether you want to store mirrors, glasses, fine china, you should pay special attention to pack them properly in order to avoid any damage. The other most important thing you should know when you begin to pack fragile items for CA storage is that you need to start on time and have patience. If you do not want to accidentally break your favorite vase or your grandma’s china, go slow and everything will be all right. We are here to give you great tips on how to pack your fragile items, especially if you are moving to Ontario. Continue reading “Pack fragile items for CA storage like a pro”
Moving home is a challenging and tiring process, especially if the person moving is a senior. When moving an elderly parent you want to make sure that the relocation goes smoothly. You have to minimize the stress level and tend to their health. It’s particularly difficult for seniors to leave their longtime home and move into a new one. They can get emotional for leaving since they are emotionally attached to their home. Also, they need help with packing, cleaning, carrying boxes, etc. Read on and find out how to facilitate this process so that your parents would move with ease. Continue reading “Moving an elderly parent – how to do it with ease”
There comes a time in everyone’s life when you just do not have enough room for everything you own. If you are tripping over stuff in your home, maybe it is time to get a storage unit. But wait! You actually do not have a budget big enough to sustain a storage unit. That is when you have to start thinking of alternative solutions. One of these solutions is creating additional storage space in your home. This can easily be done, you just have to pay attention to this article that will cover everything you need to know about the matter. So, if your basement is a living space, maybe it is time to revert it back to its default settings! Without any further ado. let’s dive in! Continue reading “Create additional storage space in your home”
Moving can be an expensive affair to perform. After all, it encompasses not only the packing material and moving but also scouting for new houses, buying a condo or a house, etc. The whole process is complicated, tiresome, hard on your budget…but of course, totally worth it. So, having in mind that you really just have to do it, how do you boost your relocation budget? There are a number of ways to do so. Check them out! Continue reading “How to boost your relocation budget”
Your book collection can be your prized possession, but the reality is that it takes a lot of space in your home. If you just moved to a smaller living space, your books may clutter your home. There are some clever ways to store your book collection and this guide will show you a few tricks that you can use. Continue reading “How to store your book collection”
Like it or not, most of us are actually hoarders! Let’s get something straight first. We are not talking about mental hoarding disorder here, that’s something else. We are talking about people who like to store most of their stuff with an excuse “just in case” or “maybe I’ll use it later”. In real life, we actually don’t use any of things like that, and they are just piling up in the storage room, garage, backyard or anywhere else in our home. Therefore, today we will talk about decluttering tips for hoarders!
Renting a storage unit and than crumping your belongings without any order is a waste of time and money. If you are paying for something every month, don’t you want to make a most of it? Good storage unit organization will help you to always know where each item is. That way, you will always find it easily and without much effort. Keeping your storage unit tidy and organized isn’t that hard if you follow these easy guidelines.
A new apartment or a new house offers many possibilities. There is an uncluttered space, bare walls and a bare canvas upon which to make yourself a home. However, before you start decorating it, it is advisable to deal with post-move cleaning. This is a basic thing to do whether you are renting or buying a new home. It does not matter whether the people who lived there before you were tidy and cleaned everything regularly. Dirt, grime, and dust will be there anyway and it is preferable to get rid of them before you really settle in. Do not worry, you will finish cleaning in a day or two and you will be able to enjoy the comfort of your home.
The winter is almost over, and spring is right around the corner. However, that brings a whole set of new problems for those with a lot of clothes and not a lot of room. Many of us simply do not have space in our wardrobe to keep both our spring/summer and fall/winter “collections.” That means one thing – winter clothes have to go. However, there are things you can do to ensure that your clothes will be protected when you don’t need them. Here are a few tips for storing your winter clothes that are sure to help.
Have you already used up all the available space in your home and you still need more? Do not worry, you are not the only one who faces this kind of problem. So, now you need to think about and find the most suitable solution. You have two possibilities to compare: home expansion vs bigger house. We will address this issue in this article and we will present you the benefits of both possibilities. Of course, you will be the one to make the final decision and go for the solution that is more suitable.