1.Stack up your boxes and maximize space
The best professional advice is to always box as many things together as possible. Don’t waste space by storing things individually. Items such as clothes and even kitchenware can be placed in boxes together. When you have multiple boxes, you’re able to pack your storage unit in a more organized way. Stack your boxes in different patterns to ensure that you have enough room to store your items and you can move in and out of the storage unit with ease.
2. Use Packing material
If you’ve rented out a storage space in your community then you’ve already saved money. Don’t take the cheap route and use blankets or newspapers to cover your valuables. Invest in bubble wrap and plastic sheets to protect items that may be fragile or sensitive to environmental damage.
A quick pro tip: Newspaper ink can eventually rub off on your items and permanently stain them.
3. Label everything in your storage unit
When packing your storage unit, labeling is essential. If you’re using the same type of boxes, it’s easy to get things confused with one another. You want to be able to move in and out of your storage unit space with ease. Don’t make the mistake of leaving all of your boxes blank and not being able to find something as simple as a notebook. You can also make a detailed list of all of your items in the storage unit so you don’t spend too much time going through boxes.
4. Take advantage of empty space with other items
Pack your storage unit like a pro and use up any empty space with items like dressers and wardrobes, even fridges. Once you have the heavier items packed in their space in the storage unit, you can store other smaller items inside. This will leave room for more boxes or you can create a pathway with the additional space.
Work smarter not harder when you’re packing up your storage space. Moving items don’t have to be stressful and you don’t have to be a professional to pack your storage unit like a pro.
Having space is important and making sure you can locate all of your items is essential to the packing process.