Combining your homes and lives is an important part of moving in with your new spouse. These days, many people have independent lives before they move in with a significant other and you might be amazed at how much stuff you each have. Sorting through a combined home can take time and effort, but doesn't need to be done all at once. Here are three ways a storage unit can help you get organized and set up your new home together in the best way possible.
- If you're spending the time and money to store your items rather than getting rid of them, you want to make sure they are usable – not moldy and worn – when you retrieve them from storage. To accomplish this goal, make sure you avoid these four common storage mistakes which can lead to mold growth. Storing items directly on the ground. Even if your storage unit seems completely dry and secure when you put your items inside, there's a chance that flooding or a big storm could cause some water accumulation on the floor.
- Photography can be a costly career to get started in. In addition to buying all of the equipment to get started, most photographers struggle with the financial aspect of affording a studio. From the electrical costs to the general overhead expenses, it can be difficult to afford when you're just starting out. Unfortunately, most people can't just do portraits and product photography in their living room, and if you don't have a garage to turn into a studio, you're faced with a unique challenge.
- If you are planning on putting your furniture and belongings in a long-term storage unit, you are probably worried about their safety. There are many people who don't take the steps to protect their things and end up damaging their items beyond repair. This is why it is so important that, if you put your items in long-term storage, you do a couple things to protect them. 1. Polish All Surfaces