The Storage Post Blog

Warehouse with shelves filled with boxes

All small business owners with inventories need a system for organizing and storing their wares. Storage Post experts recommend separating inventory from daily operations to better control clutter and manage product quantities. And, of course, clear labeling and inventory sheets are a must.

Open sign on a store's door

Working in a home or business office can be chaotic without smart organization. Papers tend to pile up for days – sometimes weeks -- before being scanned, filed or shredded. And as many small business owners can attest, inventory has a way of taking over every flat surface.

Cluttered desk with paper and computer

Three Simple Steps for Daily Paper Control

That messy desk is costing your business money. Lots and lots of money.

Santa and boy talking to each other

Santa got a brand new bag, and he emptied it in your living room. The holidays come with a boatload of new toys, but how many plastic figurines and stuffed animals does one kid really need on a whim?

Person holding a gift

One of the best parts of the holiday season is gift giving. There’s nothing like the look of surprise on a child’s face, but those little ones can be awfully nosy, so how do you go about hiding the loot? We’ve got a few tips to keeping the gifts hidden until Santa makes a stop.

Christmas decorations

Now’s the time to start heading to your storage unit to get your supplies to deck the halls. Before you get started, check out our tips and tricks to getting your house in the holiday spirit.

Cooked turkey on a table

Halloween has come and gone, and now it’s time to get ready for Thanksgiving.

Boxes sitting in a warehouse

As a retailer, your most important asset is your inventory. Oftentimes, storage space in retail stores can be scarce, making it difficult to store additional inventory. The solution? A storage unit. Storage units are an easy, cost effective way to organize your extra inventory.

Tiny homes in a field

Downsizing for any reason can be overwhelming, but with a little planning, it can be very rewarding and beneficial. Here are our tips for making the downsizing process a little less stressful.