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  • how to store your pool equipment
    Dusty Rhodes
      Sep 16, 2020
     
     
    • Portable Storage
    • Personal Storage
    • Organization

    How to Store Pool Equipment

    Having a pool can be a great way to relax and beat the heat on those scorching summer days. Like all good things, however, swimming season comes to an end every year. As the temperatures begin to cool down, many pool owners begin preparing to close their pools for the winter. This entails taking apart equipment, cleaning and gathering supplies, and properly storing chemicals. As any pool owner knows, pool equipment and chemicals do not come cheap, so it’s important to take the right steps to ensure these items are properly stored during the winter months. The last thing you need is to be rebuying equipment next spring. In order to maximize the life and performance of your equipment and ensure your chemicals are stored safely, consider the following tips for properly storing your pool equipment.
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    Dusty Rhodes
      Sep 11, 2020
     
     
    • Storage
    • Portable Storage
    • Seasonality
    • Organization

    How to Store Lawn Equipment

    Fall is officially around the corner and that means it’s time to put away the summer lawn equipment and break out the leaf blower and rake. However, before you just pile all of your lawn equipment into the back of your garage, it’s important to make sure you have taken the proper measures to ensure your equipment is safe from the outdoor elements. While neatly storing these items away is a great first step, there are a few techniques that should be followed to ensure your equipment will be functioning properly next year.
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  • cool closet
    Dusty Rhodes
      Sep 10, 2020
     
     
    • Organization
    • Personal Storage
    • Portable Storage

    How to Store Clothes ​

    As summer begins to wind down, many of us anxiously await the crisp cool air, colorful leaves, and cozy lattes that accompany fall. With fall also comes flannels, sweaters, jackets, and boots. That means it’s time to change out our summer clothes for our fall wardrobe. Let’s face it, most people end up shoving their out of season clothes to the back of the closet to make room for their current wardrobe. However, this leads to cluttered closets and a disorganized mess. Let this be the year you store your seasonal clothes so you can effortlessly find the clothes you are looking for. There’s more to clothing storage, however, than just tossing clothes into plastic bins. With the right technique, you can maintain the integrity of your clothing while also maximizing space in your closet. Consider these helpful tips for storing your clothes the right way.
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    Dusty Rhodes
      Aug 16, 2020
     
     
    • Packing Tips
    • Organization
    • college moves

    A Packing and Moving Guide for a College Freshman

    As summer draws to a close, college freshmen everywhere eagerly anticipate the big move to their college dorm. Among the excitement of college life and their first taste of freedom, however, many college freshmen find themselves overwhelmed with the packing and moving process. It can be a difficult task for young college students to know how to pack for life on campus, and that’s why it can be helpful to consider the following packing and moving tips.
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  • tips on how to stage your home
    Dusty Rhodes
      Aug 07, 2020
     
     
    • Real Estate
    • Organization
    • Realtors

    How to Stage a Home Using Real Estate Agent Tips ​

    Home staging is a popular tactic among real estate agents and an effective strategy for selling a home. Realtors use this marketing technique to make their listings stand out from their competition. In today’s competitive housing market, homeowners will quickly see the benefits of home staging, including faster sales and higher offers from buyers. Home staging works because it captures the best qualities of the home and ensures that the home is welcoming and inviting to potential buyers. With so much to gain, it makes sense for homeowners to put forth the time and effort to stage their home, and they can get started using these top tips from real estate agents.
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  • ORGANIZED KITCHEN 7-15-2020
    Dusty Rhodes
      Jul 15, 2020
     
     
    • Organization
    • Home Storage
    • Downsizing

    4 Steps to Reorganize Your Kitchen

    If you have found yourself searching endlessly for that Tupperware® lid, sifting through countless spice jars, and shoving pots and pans back into the cabinets, then it might be time to reorganize your kitchen. The kitchen is one of the most important spaces in your home but also tends to get cluttered easily. This can lead to frustration when you are trying to prepare meals for the family. The good news is that you don’t need an enormous amount of space to have a functional kitchen. With proper organization, you can maximize space in your kitchen and find enjoyment in cooking and meal planning. Here are a few easy tips to help you get started. ​
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  • COVID_19 Moving Tips
    Dusty Rhodes
      Jun 04, 2020
     
     
    • Real Estate
    • Moving
    • Long Distance Move
    • Organization
    • affordable moving

    How to Make a Scheduled Move Happen During COVID-19

    Perhaps you have already closed on your house or you have to move for a new job. Whatever the reason, many people are still moving forward with their scheduled moves despite the novel coronavirus. That said, moving during a global pandemic can add even more stress and confusion to the process. So, before you begin packing up the house, consider these essential tips for navigating a move during COVID-19.
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  • COLLEGE AMID COVID-19
    Dusty Rhodes
      May 15, 2020
     
     
    • Portable Storage
    • Organization
    • affordable moving
    • Home Storage

    6 Stress-Free Storage Tips for College Students During COVID-19 ​

    With colleges and universities across the country canceling classes and closing campuses as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, thousands of students are forced to move out of the dorms and find storage for their belongings. Even for those students who are heading home, they are left wondering what to do with all of their belongings. Consider the following storage tips to help college students navigate these uncertain times.
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  • home office
    Dusty Rhodes
      May 08, 2020
     
     
    • Personal Storage
    • Storage Tips
    • Organization
    • Home Storage

    7 Tips for Creating a Home Office

    With many companies implementing work-from-home policies amidst the coronavirus pandemic, many Americans have suddenly found themselves trying to juggle conference calls and digital meetings in a less than ideal workspace. While some may be lucky enough to have a full-fledged home office, many others are desperately trying to find a space where they can be productive and efficient. Since it appears many employees will be working from home for quite a while, here are a few tips for creating a home office that is functional and comfortable.
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  • a place for everything
    Dusty Rhodes
      Apr 30, 2020
     
     
    • Organization
    • Home Storage
    • Cleaning

    6 Tips for Keeping Your Children’s Toys Organized ​

    During the quarantine, many parents already feel the impact of being isolated at home with the kids. Aside from juggling working from home and homeschooling, you might also feel like you are drowning amidst the piles of toys scattered all over the house. With millions of Americans working from home, this is the perfect time to organize your kids’ toys. When there are kids in the home, it’s only natural for toys to migrate from the playroom and bedroom into the living room, but these tips will help organize all those toys and keep it that way.
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