Serious cyclists have more than one bicycle. From mountain bikes to touring bicycles—and everything else in between—this stable of bikes puts storage space at a premium around the house. Whether it’s riding season or not, storing your bicycle to preserve its condition and performance is of the utmost importance.
Bike Trails in Baltimore, Washington, D.C. and Virginia
As the Boomer population continues to retire, many seniors are looking to downsize their homes. This requires giving belongings away to friends and family, donating to charities, or storing items in a self-storage unit. Below are tips for helping seniors move while saving time and money for downsizing seniors.
Spring is a time of renewal and hope. It is also a time for cleaning our homes. But don’t let the stress of organization dampen the spirit of blooming flowers and returning sunshine. This spring cleaning checklist will allow you to move efficiently from room to room while creating more space for you and your family to relax and enjoy the summer months ahead.
All across the country, people are using self storage units to help prepare for moving day, to get organized, to reduce clutter around the house or to store belongings for the future. If you haven’t used a self storage unit before, you might have questions about how to find the right solution or how to properly move and store your belongings. If so, this guide is just for you!
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A copy of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band signed by all four members of The Beatles recently sold for $290,500. As if that price wasn’t crazy enough, someone paid two million dollars to purchase the only vinyl copy of the Wu-Tang Clan’s Once Upon a Time in Shaolin.
You might need temporary or long-term storage for a variety of reasons. When a homeowner is preparing to sell a home, their realtor may advise to de-clutter and downsize. If a marriage ends in divorce, one or both parties could end up in a new home or apartment that’s smaller than their previous one.
The third Monday in February, President’s Day, is almost here. On February 20th, the U.S. federal government observes Washington’s Birthday.
Once the spending sprees of the holiday season are in the rear-view mirror, the marketplace typically sees a sharp decline. In order to coax patrons out of their homes, large groups of restaurants in cities across the nation have begun participating in restaurant weeks. These events sometimes run for longer than seven days and offer prix fixe (a meal with several courses at a fixed price) menus.