Month: March 2016

Avoiding Humidity Damage in a Storage Unit

by John Egan on August 8, 2013   This post was originally published on the SpareFoot Blog   Whether we like it or not, we are at the mercy of the forces of nature. This can spell bad news for those putting

How to Prepare Your Home for the Birth of a Child

by Rachel Hartman on September 18, 2013   This post was originally published on the SpareFoot Blog   Whether it’s a boy or girl, a new baby brings more than a series of congratulations and diaper changes. That tiny, sweet bundle will

Entrepreneurs Rely on Storage to Grow Their Businesses

by Kerry Curry on September 18, 2013  This post was originally published on the SpareFoot Blog   Entrepreneur Cheri Garcia invented a tanning bed that floats and was keeping her inventory of about 1,000 beds in a spare bedroom. But as her company

Wiping Off the Powder: How to Store Your Snowboard

by Matt Schexnayder on March 25, 2013  This post was originally published on the SpareFoot Blog Spring is upon us, and although that means flowers blooming, birds chirping, and warmer weather, it also means we are nearing the end of snowboarding season

Why Millions of Us Really Do Need Self-Storage

by John Egan on October 17, 2013  This post was originally published on the SpareFoot Blog   Self-storage has been taking it on the chin recently, and now it’s time to fight back. At the recent SXSW Eco conference in Austin, TX,

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