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.

4 Packing Tips For Your Next Move Into A New Home


If you're like many people, packing can be one of the most stressful parts of moving from one home to another. Here are some packing tips to help make things easier.

Clear Out Clutter First

To make packing easier, one of the first things you can do is to decide what you won't bring to your new home. Get rid of the clutter in your office, for instance. Go through closets and get rid of old coats and clothes that no longer fit you. Discard things that you hoped to fix someday but never got around to doing so. By clearing out clutter before you begin boxing things, you avoid packing things that you really don't need to take with you.

Pack Room by Room

One way to cut down on the stress that accompanies packing up an entire house is to move room by room. Don't wait until the last minute to pack your entire house up; instead, do one room at a time, starting as early as possible. For example, you can pack up your second bathroom or the hall closet first. Give yourself a day or two for each individual room, and the entire packing process won't seem so overwhelming.

Take Pictures of Cables for Your Electronics

If you're packing up televisions, computers and other electronics devices, you might be worried that you will not be able to remember which cable plugs into which hole. To avoid problems, take photos of the way the cables should be before unplugging everything and packing it up. That will help you set things up after your move.

After you take pictures, use one big plastic bag or baggie for the cords for each individual device and label each bag. That way, when you get to your new place you don't have to figure out which cords go with which devices.

Don't Pack Hazardous Materials

While you may think nothing of packing all your belongings and putting them on the moving truck, it is important that you don't pack things that should not be transported by your movers. Typically, this will include anything that might explode or ignite. Ammunition, guns, gasoline and pesticides are among items that shouldn't be packed without the knowledge of your moving company. Even items like paint and nail polish remover are generally not allowed. Check with your moving company (such as Bekins Van Lines Inc) for a list of items you will have to transport yourself.

Now that you have some packing ideas, the process can move more smoothly. If you still feel overwhelmed, ensure you choose a moving company that offers you comprehensive packing services that will help you get your things into your new home without additional stress.


13 July 2015