Tips for Your Move

Moving And Packing

Packing for a long-distance move, whether it's for college or a new home, might be both exciting and stressful. Moving is an overwhelming experience because there are so many things to consider: packing everything up in one trip, finding someone to help you move heavy products like furnishings and appliances, determining how to transport your belongings from Point A to Point B, and making sure everything arrives in one piece. To make your self-storage experience as seamless as possible, we've compiled our top tips and tricks for a stress-free move. Make a list of everything you need to pack. This will help you stay organized and know exactly what needs to be packed up. Keeping a list of your belongings that need to be packed up for the move will help you stay organized and ensure that nothing gets left behind. Pack one room at a time. This will help you stay focused and avoid getting overwhelmed. Trying to pack everything at once can be overwhelming and lead to forgetting important items. Packing one room at a time will help you stay focused and on track. Labeling everything with a system that makes sense—and can readily be repeated—will assist the moving crew in knowing where to put your belongings if you're going to hire someone to move you. If you're going it alone, this will help once you've unloaded your cars and begun organizing: having labeled boxes for each item will assist with organization. You may also take photographs before you begin packing so that you can recall what's where later on. On move-in day, when you're transporting boxes and furniture from one area to the next, this might be useful. Pack heavy items into smaller boxes. If you're transporting things like books or movies, wrap them up in small bundles with duct tape to keep them from shifting around during transport. Do not do this with dishes and other fragile items; instead, pack them carefully into larger containers and be sure to wrap ...

July 20th, 2022

Moving and Storage Tips

Moving And Packing

Moving requires physical and emotional strain, as well as excitement! You'll have to accomplish a variety of things in order to succeed. Recognize that you may need more than just packing boxes and tape to complete this task. There are several actions you may take before and on the day of your move that can make relocation easier for you. At Wildwood Mini Storage in Pocatello, ID, we want to make moving more manageable. Check out our tips below for a seamless transition to your self storage unit. What is the purpose of a storage self storage unit? Self storage units are used to store items that do not fit in your home. A storage facility lacks many of the amenities found in a home but is a great place for your belongings to stay safe and secure. Self storage facilities like Wildwood Mini Storage, offer clean and affordable storage for all your needs. Moving Supplies include cleaning, packing, and miscellaneous supplies that help make your move manageable. These include but are not limited to: Cleaning The first thing you should have on hand during the move is a sponge and a mild cleaner. Your belongings may require some light cleaning after you transfer them. Boxes Plastic or standard boxes are among the most useful things to stock up on. The desire to have them all in the same size so they'll fit together more easily should be avoided. Instead, select a variety of sizes, including extra-large, medium, and wardrobe boxes. If necessary, you can add plastic containers as well. Sandwich Bags The need to disassemble beds and other furnishings is typically unavoidable during your move. To keep track of each piece of furniture hardware, use plastic bags to store screws, washers, or any other items they may go missing. Be sure to make a label for the bag and you can even use some painters tape to attach the baggie to a piece of the furniture. Plastic Wrap To keep ...

July 7th, 2022