We all have them… New Year’s Resolutions! They’re our best intentions that we may or may not achieve throughout the year. Now that 2018 is here, we asked Patricia Wynowsky from Apple Self-Storage in Kitchener how a storage unit can help turn those resolutions into reality!
Bikes are pretty low maintenance when it comes to winter storage. However, there are a several simple things you can do to protect it from damage and ensure it’ll be in great shape for your next season of riding. The most important thing is definitely don’t let it sit outside.
Apple Self-Storage Site Manager Crystal Morrison and bike expert Kevin Wallace from Gears Bike Shop shared their top bicycle storage suggestions with us. Here are 4 tips you need to know before storing your bike for the winter.
Soon it will be time to pack up your outdoor living area and protect your patio furniture for the winter. Even furniture that is considered weather-resistant will last longer when stored in a warm, dry place such as a storage unit. We asked Melissa LeBlanc from Apple Self Storage for tips on how to properly store and maintain different types of patio furniture in a storage unit.
Summer is the time of year when yard tools, pool supplies and bikes get their chance to shine, having sat idle during the drab winter months. Now that you’ve pried these items from the back of the garage though, the task of stowing away your winter equipment – shovels, sleds, snowmobiles, snow tires – has come to the fore as well. You can remain trapped in a seasonal shuffling of goods, or you can use self storage to finally break the cycle.
One advantage enjoyed by the bold consumer is an ability to size up a situation on the spot and dive headfirst into a deal that may or may not payoff (and all without even breaking a sweat). Fortunately for the risk-averse, finding an appropriately sized storage unit in Toronto requires no such moxie, sixth sense or perspiration.