When you are faced with an upcoming move, you might be worried about how your kids will handle the transition. We were worried about it when we moved, and with good reason. Our kids didn't transition well because we weren't prepared. However, a friend of ours helped us to know how to handle the moving and storage process the next time around, and it really improved things. This blog is all about moving and storage to improve your life and make things easier. With the tips contained in these articles, you might be able to reduce your anxiety and organize your things.
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A sport-loving family is never a bad thing, until it comes to finding space for all of the gear that the many sports require. Instead of limiting the number of sports that your family can take part in, or tripping over all of the gear, you can get organized and creative with how you store things. Here, you will learn how to get that sports gear out of the way to protect the gear, as well as your sanity.
Storage Unit Rental
There really is no need to keep all of the gear for sports that aren't in season around your home. Instead, rent a local storage unit to reduce the number of things that you have to store in your garage, shed or basement during the off-season.
If you live in an area that is prone to high humidity levels or excessively hot or cold temperatures, look for a storage unit that is climate-controlled. These units maintain a steady temperature and humidity level throughout the year and will protect the gear from warping, cracking and getting destroyed while it's not being used.
Instead of spending a small fortune to have shelving units custom built into your garage or basement, spend a little bit on portable shelving units. These units will make it easy to find just the right place to store what you need on them – they can even be used in your storage rental.
Look for shelving units with adjustable shelves. This will give you more leeway with how well you can get organized. Some things won't need as much space on the shelves while other things will require more and could be difficult to fit on the shelves if they aren't adjustable.
Tip: Don't forget that you can use more than just the shelves to store things on those units. Secure the unit to the wall and you can also hang things off the sides of the unit using storage bags.
With each sport requiring a certain kind of shoe, the number of athletic shoes you have around the house can quickly become overwhelming. To make this less daunting, keep the shoes clean and use a hanging shoe organizer.
You can even make your own shoe organization area using PVC piping. Cut the piping into sections large enough to fit a pair of shoes. Slide the piping onto a shelving unit stacking them on top of each other to create an entire shelf filled with pipes that will house shoes. This will keep the dirt from one pair of shoes from getting inside another and keep your shoes organized and easy to find.
A little creativity can go a long way in keeping your sporting goods organized and in good shape. Use these tips and get creative to find alternative ways to store what you need for the family to enjoy each and every sport they choose to.