Idaho Self-Storage Blog

Jun 24, 2021
Moving has never been easy; everything from scouting down a suitable house to packing. It's a stressful endeavor. We've all been there and will be again if there happens to be a life change. One tip that can help make the situation less stressful is to obtain a storage unit to store your things in advance and after the move.
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Jan 28, 2021
There are several reasons people seek the benefits of a storage unit. Whatever the reason, a self-storage unit can provide space to store your belongings plus a host of additional amenities. Having a basic understanding of storage units can go a long way towards finding the perfect unit. Here are some common questions people ask when looking for the best storage solution for their needs.
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Jan 18, 2021
A remodel to your Nampa home, whether a DIY project or professionally contracted, can significantly add value to your property. One savvy and efficient solution that can help facilitate the speed of a home remodel is to rent a storage unit for your belongings that would otherwise be in the current remodel area.
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Jan 05, 2021
If you're planning to own a boat, it's prudent to plan where you'll keep it. That said, it's essential to select a storage facility for your boat that is accessible, secure, and spacious. Here's why you should consider a Nampa, Idaho storage facility for your boat:
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Dec 15, 2020
As part of the Treasure Valley, we at Idaho Storage Connection feel it is our duty to give back to incredible programs making a difference in our community. Here are the charities we sponsor:
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Dec 07, 2020
As Summer comes to an end, our needs change. One set of things comes out of storage (skis and snowblower), and another set of things goes in (the lawnmower and grill). Fall is when it's time to get your outdoor lawn equipment ready for storage until next year. This article will teach you how to prepare your outdoor lawn equipment for safe storage during the winter.
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Nov 26, 2020
When space is limited in your home, you may need some extra room to stow away bulky winter clothes, heavy comforters, or blankets. Placing these kinds of items in a storage unit can be a convenient option to expand your storage space. For long-term storage, follow these three tips to adequately pack and protect clothing and bedding in your storage unit.
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Nov 17, 2020
Do you have stylish, unique pieces of furniture? You know, those high-quality, cherished family heirlooms that most of us would want to keep for future generations. What should you do if you don't have space for them? The good news is you can declutter your space and safely store the furniture.
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Nov 10, 2020
At some point, almost everyone will need to use a storage unit, whether it's short-term storage for seasonal things like boats and snowmobiles or selling a home, or for the long term when you need to save on space. Carefully considering what you need from a storage unit will help determine the cost.
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Oct 29, 2020
You're spending money to rent your storage unit, so you want to get the most out of it! Don't let your unit become a jumbled mess. Ideally, your storage unit will be an effective way to manage your life and possessions. Millions of Americans use storage units to keep all sorts of things.
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