Hollywood Hills Storage
Most people have a lot of belongings and they are simply not sure what to do with them. Sure, they can sell some items at a yard sale, but there are some items that they just can’t part with; antique furniture, great grandma’s jewelry box, and the list goes on. However, most people make mistakes when packing and storing their valuable belongings. To ensure you have a stress-free packing and storage experience, it’s crucial that you avoid the most common mistakes that people make when placing their items in a storage unit. So, what are the 3 common mistakes people make and how can you avoid them? Hollywood Hills Storage is the best solution for your mistakes.
Mistake # 1- Not having a plan
It will be impossible to get to a destination without having a road map and a detailed plan to get there. Of course, you can go off the beaten path, but that will take you more time and energy than necessary. Planning your storage needs is no different. When you need to store your belongings, you want to have a plan to determine your needs. Ask yourself questions like:
- How long will my belongings need to stay in Hollywood Hills storage?
- What items do I need to put in a climate controlled storage bin?
- How can I make the retrieval process seamless as possible?
- How many storage bins do I really need?
- What can I condense to create more space?
Mistake # 2: Not choosing the right Hollywood Hills storage unit
We will store most of your items in a safe bin and facility, there are some weather conditions that are out of anyone’s control. This is why it’s important to determine if your items are going to be in a climate-controlled storage facility or somewhere else. To determine if you need a climate controlled facility, you can ask yourself questions like:
- What is the weather like?
- How long will my items be in a storage unit?
- Will these items be affected by poor/in climate weather conditions if I place them in storage?
Mistake # 3: Not being organized
It’s no secret that moving and packing is a stressful event that can take hours on end. Most people get frustrated with the entire Hollywood Hill moving process and they are often tempted to just throw all their belongings in one box or storage bin. It’s important that you know which items go where. When you organize and label your items, it will be easier to find them when you are ready to take them out of your storage facility. To get a better idea of how to organize your items, ask yourself:
- What items can go together to save more space?
- Should I color code my storage bins for easier access to my items when I need them?
- What items are fragile and need their own storage bins?
- How can I organize my storage bins in a way that makes them easy to lift, carry or move?
Whether you are moving, going through a divorce, or simply making room in your home, you can avoid these common mistakes by renting a unit from our storage facility. Making the decision to use a storage facility will save you lot of time, frustration and energy. Call us now at 1-877-269-6461 to secure your storage space today.
Portable storage Hollywood Hills
While self-storage is nothing new, the portable storage system has changed the age-old system into a convenient and simple storage process. Introduced quite a few years ago, mobile storage units provide an efficient and easy way to pack and store items. Companies like PODS® and Public Storage have, over the years, developed various portable storage concepts, including the portable storage delivery systems and several storage containers sizes, which they referred to as PODS® for Portable On Demand Storage (Box-n-Go Storage is not associated, sponsored or affiliated with PODS Enterprises, Inc. PODS® is a registered trademark of PODS Enterprises, Inc.)
Today, Box-n-Go Storage has taken the concept pioneered by Public Storage and PODS Enterprises, Inc. a step further: we can deliver one or several portable storage containers that are modular and sized right, at the same time, straight to your door in Southern California. Box-n-Go Storage is not associated, sponsored or affiliated with Public Storage, Inc., U-Haul International, Inc. or PODS Enterprises, Inc. Public Storage® is a registered trademark of Public Storage, Inc. U-Haul® is a registered trademark of U-Haul International, Inc. PODS® (Portable On Demand Storage) is a registered trademark of PODS Enterprises, Inc.