7 Tips for Bidding at Your First Storage Auction

Winning a storage auction is an exhilarating experience, but is that any reason to let your instincts go? You don't have to make a storage auction more complex than it needs to be, but you certainly shouldn't forget about strategy. Otherwise, you might find yourself losing a locker full of treasures. Don't catch yourself making one of these auction mistakes. Don't bid too soon. Make sure to watch a few rounds before you actually step in. [Read More]

How To Prepare Your Kids For Moving Day The Right Way

There comes a time when many families have to deal with the prospect of moving. As overwhelming as moving is for adults, it is even more difficult for kids. However, there are some things parents can do to prepare kids for the move to make it less stressful for everyone. Tell Them About The Move As Soon As Possible You want to tell your kids about the move as soon as you can. [Read More]

De-Winterizing Your RV Water System After Winter Storage

Before winter hit, you took the time to winterize your RV before storing it away for the season. But, do you know how to de-winterize the water system in your RV before taking it out for your first RV adventure of the season? Why do you have to de-winterize the water system in your RV? Think about it this way – there is absolutely no way to get every last drop of water out of the water lines and holding tanks, so that water has been sitting in the system for several months. [Read More]

5 Essential Pieces Of Moving Equipment To Help With Loading

Moving without the help of movers to load the moving truck requires some special planning, especially if you won't have the assistance of friends or family to handle heavy lifting. Experiencing a sore back, legs, and shoulders can be a terrible way to start off living at your new home, making it a good idea to get acquainted with some pieces of moving equipment that can reduce the strain.   [Read More]