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Storage Tips for Your Collectibles, Keepsakes, Childhood Toys, & More

Decluttering your home can be difficult enough with items that don’t hold sentimental value—let alone deciding how to handle your priceless keepsakes. When belongings have stories attached to them, can be passed down to your children, or might be worth good money one day, it’s better to save them than regret it down the road. […]

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How to Navigate a Last-Minute Move and Secure Housing

As if packing up your life for a move isn’t stressful enough, sometimes you may have to do it at the last minute due to unexpected circumstances or life events. Don’t let a short-notice move make you short-circuit—Storage Express offers this guide of helpful tips for moving at the last minute. Preparing for Your Last-Minute […]

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Small Business Storage Solutions Can Make Things More Manageable

Running a small business can be stressful—especially if you’re worried about your bottom line, downsizing staff, or vacating your office space entirely. And that’s not to mention the small day-to-day stuff that might add stress, like managing excess inventory or office essentials. Throughout the transitions, trials, and tribulations our local businesses have endured, Storage Express […]

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Life Events Series: Self Storage for 20-Somethings During Transition

“Adulting” looks different to everyone. While plenty of people prefer to start settling down with a career, house, and family when they reach their 20s, others aren’t in any hurry to make drastic lifestyle commitments. After all, in our fast-paced culture, age 30 is becoming the new 20. Both decades of life are equally typical […]

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Life Events Series: Self Storage for Students Through the Seasons

The typical college student is in a state of nearly constant transition, from new roommates to studying abroad to moving home for the summer months. Downsizing your belongings before moving into a dorm room—then collecting more stuff from back home before moving into your first apartment—is hard work and can make it difficult to ever […]

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Young family helping grandparents move boxes.
Life Event Series: Moving a Loved One Into Retirement

When an elderly loved one is no longer suited to live independently, coming to an agreement about that fact can be anything from a pleasantly painless conversation to a frustrating, long-fought battle. After all, it’s not always easy to accept help—especially when it involves a permanent lifestyle change. Therefore, helping a friend or family member […]

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Mother congratulating her daughter on graduation day.
Life Events Series: How to Handle Your Child Leaving for College

The summer before college begins is one chock-full of complex emotions and feelings. From immense excitement to intense waves of nostalgia, both parents and recent high school graduates will feel all the feels with such a huge life milestone looming on the horizon. Despite the positivity that surrounds your child’s new life adventure, it can […]

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