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  • Use sturdy boxes and containers that can withstand the weight of the items you are storing. Avoid over-packing boxes, as this can cause them to break or collapse.

  • Use packing materials such as bubble wrap or packing peanuts to protect fragile items.

  • Store items off the ground. You can use pallets or shelves to elevate items.

  • Don't store perishable items or items that are sensitive to temperature changes in a storage unit. This includes food, plants, and electronics.

  • Consider investing in a climate-controlled storage unit if you are storing items that are sensitive to temperature and humidity changes, such as artwork, antiques, or musical instruments.

  • Create an inventory of the items you are storing to help you keep track of what's in your storage unit.

  • When storing furniture, disassemble it as much as possible to save space and make it easier to move.

  • Use clear plastic containers for items that you need to see easily, such as seasonal decorations or clothes.

  • Store frequently used items at the front of your storage unit, and less frequently used items at the back. This will make it easier to access the items you need without having to move everything around.

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