If you remember playing the original Nintendo console, chances are you remember playing the addictive puzzle game known as Tetris. As a result, have you ever found yourself humming the game’s theme song while you were packing boxes, loading up a small car, or organizing your storage space? Well there isn’t really any coincidence, Tetris, a video game, taught you how to effectively and efficiently organize your space way back then, and you’re still benefiting from that even now!
Have you ever wondered where Bruce Banner (aka “The Incredible Hulk”) keeps the stockpile of purple pants he manages to tear through on such a frequent basis? Every time he gets angry and “Hulks out” he rips through a perfectly good pair of purple pants. Where do you think he stores them all? Unless he’s incredibly talented with a sewing machine, he probably has multiple pairs of these iconic pants hidden away somewhere. Since Bruce is a member of The Avengers, you would naturally assume that he keeps all of these reserve pairs of pants at Avengers Tower. However, Avengers Tower is already packed to the gills with Iron Man’s armor, Thor’s hammer, Captain America’s shield, and a TON of other gadgets and weaponry that the team needs to help save the world. Sadly, super stretchy purple pants don’t make the cut in terms of what can and cannot be stored at Avengers Tower. So what’s poor Bruce to do?
Summer is coming to a close, and the crisp flavors of Chardonnay and Riesling are about to be out of season. Soon it’ll be time to stock up on your favorite Pinot Noir, Cabernet, and Merlot for the coming autumn months. However, that leaves you with a very important task – where to store all your unused bottles of wine? Chances are if you’re a wine collector and don’t have a designated wine cellar in your home, storage space is probably somewhat of an issue for you.
The Wine Grotto – All Your Wine Storage Needs in One Convenient Location
Here at STORBOX, we not only specialize in helping you store common household items that you don’t simply have room for anymore, but we also are well equipped to take care of wine too! Our climate controlled Wine Grotto is just the space you’re looking for. Designed by professional wine consultants and engineers, our facility has all the storage space you’ll need to house bottle after bottle of wine you just haven’t had a chance to enjoy yet. From storage that ranges from lockers that hold up to 8 cases, to walk-in 440 case cellars, you can be confident that our Wine Grotto can store your wine safely, properly, and discretely. Read the rest »
Relocating to a new area can be a daunting and stressful task. This especially rings true if you’re a kid. Moving to a new home or a new school is a big change, and adjusting can be difficult. Trying to turn your new space into a home is something that takes time. Unfortunately, not all spaces are the same and, in some circumstances, people move into smaller homes, leaving an abundance of household items that remain in boxes. Sometimes when we downsize, we can weed out items we don’t need and simply get rid of some of the clutter that formerly filled up a larger home. However, more often than not, a lot of the items that you held near and dear to your heart, and that you no longer have room for in your new home, need a place to stay sit until you’re able to incorporate them into your home decorating again.
Carefully Packing Old Items is the Key to Preserving Them
First and foremost, when storing any item, be sure that the item is properly protected with the right type of packaging. This means that any fragile items are carefully and fully wrapped in packing paper or bubble wrap in order to avoid any moving or storage damage. If an item is breakable, you’re going to want to wrap it in bubble wrap to preserve it for the long haul. Another thing to be mindful of is the organization of your packages. Carefully labeling the contents of your boxes in detail can help assess the placement of boxes when being put into storage. Basically, if you have a box of delicate wine glasses, you’re not going to want to place that box below your collection of bowling balls. By properly labeling all boxes, you can help ensure that your items are safe and sound in their new storage space. Read the rest »