Exploring Vehicle Storage Options

Hello, my name is Devon Vester. I am here to talk to you about vehicle storage options. I have a strong passion for vehicles of all kinds. As a result, I am always picking up vintage vehicles to fix and sell. Unfortunately, I only have one authorized parking spot in front of my home. I cope with this limitation by storing all of my acquired vehicles in a high quality facility. Storage facilities offer outdoor and indoor storage options for vehicles. Indoor options may even be temperature and humidity controlled to protect the paint and interior materials. I hope to explore all of the storage options to help you pick the best unit for your vehicles. I will talk about the different vehicle parts that benefit from sitting in a garage rather than staying outdoors in the elements. Thank you.

Don't Leave Yourself A The Stove Without A Pan: Three Keys To Packing Your Kitchen


One of the trickiest rooms to pack when you are moving is the kitchen. One reason for this is that there is just so much to sort through. On top of that, you have breakables, sharps, and other hard-to-pack items that you must sort through. If you want to efficiently pack your kitchen, the following steps can help:

Set Aside Transition Items

As you are sorting through your kitchen supplies, keep an eye out for items that you will need during the last couple of days in your old house, as well as items you will need during the first couple of days in your new house. If you get too carried away with packing your kitchen quickly, it is easy to pack up supplies that you could finish up and throw away before you have to move as well, as items that will help you to save money by cooking meals at your new home. Stocking a transition box can help. Your transition box should be the last item you pack, the last item on your truck, and the first box you unload and open at your new house. 

Get Your Hands on Some Cell Kits

When you are packing up vases, pitchers, or other drinking wear, you don't want to just wrap them up and then throw them in a box. Instead, you want to keep glass items from bumping into each other. A cell kit is a grid made from interlocking sheets of cardboard. Placing a cell kit in a box will give you sleeves to protect your glassware. Wrapping each glass in newspaper for padding, then sliding it into a cell, should keep it safe through your move. 

Don't Pack What You Don't Need

Moving gives you a chance to sort through your drawers and cupboards to find implements that you never use. Do you have a mandolin that you saw on a cooking show but never use? Do you have two blenders because one came at such a good deal? Do you have the odd implement that you got at your bridal shower but never use? Chances are, you have a few items in your kitchen that don't really need to make your move with you. To save room in your moving truck and to make the job of moving easier, get rid of items that you really don't need. 

Packing up your home can be a Herculean task. Organizing your efforts can help, but loading up your home is difficult; there's just no way around that. The steps above should help to get your kitchen ready to move, but if you don't feel up to the task, you should consider hiring a moving service


24 June 2015