Month: May 2016

Moving When You’re Mourning: Relocation After a Loved One’s Death

by Anne Wynter on May 20, 2015   This post was originally published on the SpareFoot Blog   When someone you share a home with dies, your grieving process can become even more complicated if you’re dealing with a potential move. Motivational

How to Rock a Big Move: Insights From a Recent College Grad Lauren Everitt by Lauren Everitt on M

by Lauren Everitt on May 13, 2015   This post was originally published on the SpareFoot Blog   Ellen Kranz is living the post-college dream. On a whim, she and two high school buddies packed up their prized possessions and caravanned about

Not Gone With the Wind: Protecting Your Belongings in Tornado-Prone Areas

by Deb Hipp on June 25, 2014   This post was originally published on the SpareFoot Blog   Think your belongings will be protected during a tornado just because they’re locked up in a self-storage unit? Few buildings can withstand the 200

Summer Storage Triage For College Students

by Matt on May 10, 2012   This post was originally published on the SpareFoot Blog   There’s probably some luxurious destination waiting for you once the semester ends. A comfy pair of flip-flops and your finely sculpted beach body are all

Breaking Up and Packing Up: Making a Move After a Divorce

by Deb Hipp on May 21, 2015   This post was originally published on the SpareFoot Blog   When Helen Shultz and Tony Kamalduski married, neither expected to split their belongings and move hundreds of miles away when they divorced 18 years

How to Properly Store and Maintain Outdoor Furniture

by Michael Chotiner on June 4, 2015  This post was originally published on the SpareFoot Blog   I’m lucky enough to own a house with an abundance of outdoor living space. There’s a large brick patio with an in-ground pool and a

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