The Storage Post Blog

Pumpkins sitting on a porch

It’s the spookiest time of year, but storage doesn’t have to be scary. After all of the candy has been passed out, it will be time to put away the Halloween decorations until next year. Here are some tips for storing all of your favorite tricks and treats.

Street sign of Bourbon street

Naw’lins is always moving, shaking and reinventing itself, which means locals never tire of its charms and tourists keep coming back for more.

Map pin sticking in new york

Living within city limits can mean cutting down on storage space within your own four walls. Thinking about getting a storage unit? Here are some things to consider:

Security camera pointing in a direction

There is more to storage than just square footage and location. Before choosing a storage provider it's important to research the facility's security amenities so your stored items are as protected as possible. It’s important to take extra steps to keep them safe in storage.

Bikes parked on the sidewalk

The seasons are changing, and soon it will be time to retire your bike for the winter. Here are some tips and tricks for storing your bike.

Man reading the paper

Storage units come in many sizes with different features. No matter your need, there is a unit out there that's perfect for your stored items. First, we should consider what you need to accomplish with a storage unit. Not sure? Fear not! This simple guide can help you choose the best unit.

Calendar showing days of the week

Make extra sweater space when winter weather rolls in. Park your car in the garage, not your lawn equipment. Don’t clutter your attic by hiding holiday decorations.

Checklist for moving day

Need help organizing for your move? We’ve got a check-list to keep you on track. 


After years in a home, you’ve accumulated more than just memories. 

Boat sitting in water in Ft. Lauderdale

Dubbed the Venice of America, Ft. Lauderdale is located right on the Atlantic coast and features canals and waterways, with miles of beaches. Residents and visitors alike cozy up on the sand or swim in the warm waters nearly 12 months out of the year.