Be Prepared: Must-Have Emergency Items for Home

By Guest Contributor   August 14, 2013


When disaster strikes, being prepared for the unexpected can be a vital factor in keeping yourself and your loved ones safe. Life can be unpredictable, but preparing for a variety of potential disasters, such as fires and storms, can give you some peace of mind.

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14 Tips for Preparing for Motorcycle Season

By Guest Contributor   June 10, 2013

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The sun is out, the birds are singing and the open road beckons. You’ve been waiting all winter to take your motorcycle out for the first ride of the year, and the time has finally come. But wait—not so fast. Even if you winterized your motorcycle for off-season storage, you’ll want to check out this 14-point checklist before you take to the open road.

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For Consumers, From Consumers: Self-Storage Advice

By Brian Shreckengast   May 14, 2013


The SpareFoot blog is full of tips and tricks for getting the most out of your self-storage experience, from how to store furniture to how to avoid unexpected moving expenses. But being as close to the subject as we are, it’s not always possible for us to anticipate all of the problems that first-time storage renters might face. To get a better idea of issues faced by new renters and the solutions they came up with, we asked our customers a simple question:

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The Importance of Making a Home Inventory

By Guest Contributor   April 15, 2013


How many belongings do you have? Do you know? Think about every piece of furniture, every book, shoe, dish and MP3 player. Now, ask yourself this: How much money are all of those belongings worth? What would it cost you to replace everything you own?

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