Moving out of your dorm room can be a stressful and unpredictable experience. Often times you are hours away from home, and the task of securely storing your items can seem like a daunting prospect. Thankfully, Vault Storage Co is here with some helpful tips to make this transition more bearable . Read more below to learn of some common storage mistakes you should avoid when looking at a summer storage unit!
There is nothing more frustrating than running out of storage space mid move. Don’t let this happen to you – choose the right size storage unit from the beginning. Additionally, overpacking your unit can cause damage to your items, and can make organization a chore. Use Vault Storage Co’s storage calculator today to determine how much space you will need.
Don’t skimp out on packing materials. Damaged boxes risk collapsing and damaging your goods. Similarly, make sure to wrap any larger items in bubble-wrap, or utilize blankets to avoid scratches. In a recent article, Collegescoops.com elaborates on the importance of using uniform packing material. Similarly sized boxes can easily be stacked to make use of your storage unit’s vertical space. Additionally, using similarly sized boxes allows for proper organization.
As a college student it might be tempting to forego a storage unit protection plan. Still, in the event of any damage the storage facility is not held responsible. Pay the extra fee and enjoy the peace of mind knowing that your storage unit is protected by a comprehensive protection plan. Visit Vault Storage Co online today to learn of affordable storage insurance plans.
Come visit Vault Storage Co in Maryland and Pennsylvania today! Enjoy the convenience of temperature-controlled storage units secured by a gated access. Additionally, Vault Storage provides packing and moving materials conveniently sold onsite. Come visit Vault Storage Co today!
About the Author: Paige is a Social Media Coordinator at Storage Asset Management in York, PA. She brings the most useful storage tips and tricks to your social media feed and loves a good self-storage pun. Beyond work, Paige spends her free time traveling extensively, her most recent trip being the Andes Mountain region of Bolivia.