Life is full of ups & downs & can certainly be filled with unexpected surprises

Didn’t expect to be moving this summer, but the perfect opportunity presented itself? The problem is you have to move fast to accommodate the time between your closing/move-out date and the move-in date of your new home.

Temporary storage can give you that extra breathing room you need during this hectic time. A storage unit provides space to accommodate all your belongings, from small household items to large furnishings, and everything in between.

All you have to do is rent the unit size you think works best. If you

You can store almost anything at Choice Storage Solutions as long as it’s not perishable, flammable or illegal. That said, while self storage is a safe and secure alternative for storing your belongings, there are many hazardous items which pose various risks that should NEVER be stored in a self storage facility.

As a rule, never store any of the following:

1. Fireworks, explosives, firearms, weapons or ammunition – these items are considered inherently dangerous.

2. Hazardous, combustible, flammable materials and liquids, toxic or radioactive goods, biological agents – gasoline, compressed gas, propane tanks, kerosene, motor oil, acid, grease, corrosives, fertilizer, paint, cleaners, chemicals

Oftentimes family and friends are experiencing space constraints simultaneously, especially if downsizing to a condo or apartment, or even if just decluttering your existing space but are not ready to part with belongings that still have sentimental value.

An excellent cost-saving solution would be to share a unit. Discuss what sorts of storage space needs you each have and if you and a family member or friend decide that it makes sense as an option to invest in a unit you can share, you can choose the appropriate unit size and decide how to divide up the space and split the cost. (Of course

The work-from-home trend has really taken off over these past several months during COVID-19 and may become the new norm. Has your office environment and employee work status changed with this new reality? Is your staff working remotely from home? Is there a chance these changes could be long term?

If you’re a business who has generally vacated your office premises, and are weighing the options and rethinking having staff work remotely on a permanent basis, you’ve likely discovered that you can significantly reduce your overhead costs by eliminating rental office space altogether.

If this is a decision you’ve made and you’re in a