RVs & Boats and MUCH MUCH More


Call NOW for details about our RV & Boat Building for your winter storage needs. We also have many different unit sizes available to house items in your garage so you can get your vehicle out of the elements when the colder weather gets here. We can help you with small items and big items! We are just a phone call away - don't have time to make a phone call then please visit our website at www.StoreNow.Org. Our website gives you lots of details about our facility and who we are as a company. You can view photos, videos, our features and ammenities, reserve a space or rent a space while in the comfort of your home or office. We currently have a GREAT Move IN Special for this month....Free up space and save$$ at the same time. ...

Sabrina Harris
September 12th, 2023

Declutter - What to Keep and What to Store???


As you look around your house, you realize that you have accumulated more than will fit into the square footage available in your home. It may be that you cannot abide junk and regularly rid your home of worn out items and things no one wants anymore. Still, you see that too many things are cluttering your home and hiding its style and pizzazz. You decide to rent a self storage unit. It will allow you to rotate your treasures in and out of your house at the whim of your inner design guru. Now comes the hard part. What should stay and what should be tucked away in your self storage unit? Keepers Hold onto clothes that are in season and that you wear regularly. Keep at home practical items in regular use like silverware, towels, bedding and soap dishes. Retain often used furniture. Keep photos and wall hangings that add a spark to the décor. Hold onto board games and enough toys to fill your child’s toy box. Keep enough of your college student’s personal objects to make them feel at home when they visit. File current bills and private documents like social security cards and bank account information at home. Show off collectors’ items in a display cabinet. Make room for sporting gear that someone in the house uses every few days (basketballs, yoga mats, bikes and more). Carve a niche for that emergency household tool kit. Storage-bound Store out-of-season clothing and footwear. Box up extra items that clutter your cupboards like excess towels, the good silver used only on holidays, extra blankets needed only in winter and toothbrush holders that have been replaced by a fresh design. Store the rocker that only grandma sits in when she visits every six months or the footstool that no one uses but everyone trips over. Store photos and wall hangings that make the room look too busy or just don’t fit your current design scheme. Pack away extra toys that you have no room for. Rotate them in and out every few weeks so ...

July 27th, 2023

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