8 Aug 2013

How to store your valuable efficiently

Those utilizing self storage facilities might just think they can pile their belongings into a unit and hope for the best. 

While you are surely entitled to use your storage unit however you want, there is some advice you should take to ensure your items are exactly the same when you open that storage unit as they were when you closed it. When it comes to organizing your unit, its a good idea to put larger, heavier items on the bottom, so they don't destroy lighter, smaller things. If you are storing furniture, try to stack any items on top of each other to save room. 

Furthermore, you will want to consider obtaining a climate-controlled storage unit. This is a good idea if you plan on storing electronics or valuable works of art. Reputable storage facilities are available to ensure you make the most out of your space and all your items are safe and secure. 

Besides budget priced Toronto self storage spaces, Jiffy Self-Storage is now offering air conditioned Jiffy Workspaces/Offices with internet, light and power for small businesses and for business persons having outgrown their Toronto  small office home office (SOHO). There are a limited number of these workspaces available so contact Jiffy before all the spaces are gone.

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