using a storage unit to organize a hoarded household

using a storage unit to organize a hoarded household

  • Tips To Help You Move A Grandfather Clock

    If you have a great deal of collectibles and antiques in your home and you need to move, then you may be very concerned about all of your precious things making it from one home to the next. If you have a grandfather clock, then you are right to be concerned. Your clock may be worth as much as $13,000 depending on the condition, features, and age of the clock. To help preserve your investment, follow the tips below.

  • 5 Tips For Moving Locally With Children

    Many people think of local moves as easier than cross-country moves. While they are more simple in many ways, you should resist the urge to put off organizing your move until the last minute, especially if you have children. Moving to a house just a few streets away from your current residence can be a source of stress for some children. If you are doing a local move with small children, you should make sure to organize the following things well before your move date.

  • Three Reasons To Rent A Storage Container Versus A Self Storage Unit

    If you are getting ready to pack for a future move, or simply need to store an abundance of items for a period of time, you are probably putting a lot of thought into the easiest way to get this done. You may want to consider a portable storage container over a self storage unit. You may find that a storage container is more physically, financially, and emotionally friendly.  Reduces Your Physical Workout

  • Tips For Dealing With Your Puppy On Moving Day

    If you want to stand back and let the experts take care of your move, then it is wise to hire a moving company who will take care of the packing, moving, and unpacking for you. While these professionals will likely be able to take care of safely transporting everything from your fine china to your sofa sleeper, there are still some precious items that you will want to handle on your own.

  • How To Prepare Your Refrigerator For A Move

    Preparing for a move can be quite difficult, especially when you have to think about the various ways to keep your most expensive items in good shape. Your appliances are probably on your list of the most expensive items that need to be moved, and your refrigerator is likely one of the more difficult items to relocate. You can prepare your refrigerator early so your local moving company can move the appliance with ease, and so that you can guarantee that it will remain in great shape.

About Me

using a storage unit to organize a hoarded household

My mother turned into a bit of a hoarder when all of us kids moved out. It has been ten years since any of us lived with her and in that time, she managed to fill three bedrooms with all sorts of things that she really didn't need. All of that stuff was keeping her from being able to house my brothers when they came into town, so I offered to help her get organized. The first thing I did was found a storage unit nearby to rent. On this blog you will find tips for using a storage unit to organize a hoarded household.