Long-distance and Short-distance Moving Tips
Growing up with a military dad, we moved all over the country. I went to 12 different schools before I went to college! It is easy to see how I learned a lot about moving throughout my life, and now that I am semi-retired, I decided to make a blog to share moving tips with anyone who needs them to fill my free time. I actually really miss moving around, because I always felt like after moving to every new area, I had the chance to become whoever I wanted to be. I also never had to worry about doing something embarrassing in school and being made fun of it for years! I hope you can learn from my moving experience stories and tips I plan to post here. Check back often!
Recreational vehicles (RVs) are a camper's best friend. However, these large vehicles can be difficult to store in cities and suburbs when they're not in use. Fortunately, RV storage lots and covered storage units provide a place for RV owners to keep their vehicles. Here are four reasons to invest in designated RV storage for your recreational vehicle:
1. Abide by your housing contracts.
Owning your own house can be freeing in many ways.
There are many reasons that you might need to use a storage facility. You could have a lack of storage space at your home, or you might need a place to temporarily keep your things before moving into a new home. Regardless of the reason, you should consider a few things before deciding on a storage facility.
Size of the storage units
How much space will you need to store your things?