Clean items before storing. Some items like bedding, utensils, furniture, that aren’t frequently used can invite bugs and mold into your storage unit. Left alone over time, this cause a major headaches and money for you in the long run.
Storing Documents. Today, many business documents are created, signed and stored online. But prints are still the best way to store data that won’t be lost any time soon. Keeping track of everything in your business is necessary, so keep your records.As long as your activity continues, more data (or archived equipment) will be retained.
Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) threaten the public’s boating recreation and Arizona’s water and electrical infrastructure. It’s very important for every boat owner to understand what to do to prevent the spread of these invasive species. According the Arizona Game and Fish, “The spread of quagga mussels and other aquatic invasive species has far-reaching impacts, both financial and ecological, that can touch virtually every resident of the state.”
Inspect Your Storage Unit for Rodents. Before you move in, inspect your storage unit to ensure there are no signs of rodents. Look for droppings or signs of gnawing on any materials. If you do see any signs of rodents in your storage unit, contact management immediately and request the removal before you move in.