Studying at university is an exciting time in your life. You begin exploring the world as an adult and have the opportunity to focus on an area of study that appeals to you and hopefully leads to a fulfilling career. You also have the opportunity to meet a whole new group of people who will be your friends for a lifetime, members of the same campus organizations, and even your roommates. Living on your own for the first time can be difficult, especially with everything else going on while you are in college; however, having a storage unit in your college town can be helpful. Here are three reasons to use a storage unit in your college town.
You can safely pack away your furniture over the summer.
Once the academic year is over, you are probably looking forward to returning to your family home, taking an internship out of town, or taking a vacation far away. The last thing you want to deal with after final exams is where you are going to keep all your large furniture, such as your bed and your dresser, before you need to find a new apartment or house to share in the following academic year. You can safely stow away heavy items that are difficult to travel with and have them available when you need them the next academic term.
Keep common items in storage to share with your roommates.
Throughout your years in college, you start accumulating common items that you share with your roommates. This might consist of living room furniture, such as coffee tables, end tables, and couches, and also kitchen items, such as pots, pans, and other cookware. When it comes to move out of your current apartment or house and find a new place, you can store your common items together in a storage unit. Your roommates can all have equal access to a centrally located storage unit.
Renting a storage unit over the summer is cheaper than starting a new lease.
You might not decide to live in your college town over the summer. It seems pretty pointless to pay three months of rent in your college town when you will not be living in your new apartment or house. Instead of starting a new lease early just because you want somewhere to put your furniture and belongings, simply store them in a storage unit like Target Self Storage. This comfortably allows you to look for a new place and sign a lease when you are ready.Share
6 March 2015
When I met my husband twenty years ago, he was playing a guitar in a band. Over the past twenty years, my husband has accumulated a large collection of guitars that we simply don't have the space for. Instead of pushing my husband to get rid of the ones he doesn't use anymore, we decided that some of them could be moved to a storage unit up the road from our home. He went through a lot of work preparing the guitars before putting them in storage to make sure that they would remain in perfect condition while being stored. Our blog will help you prepare and store your guitars safely.