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Posted on Jan 12 2015 - 1:01pm by David Decker
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What’s my favorite memory in storage right now? It’s some wooden and metal wind chimes that I’ve had since my first house. I place them on a low branch in my yard, and my dog loves to brush her nose against them to make them sing. If it matters to you, it matters to us. We know you have some favorite memories too. Whether you’re storing memories of great...

When it’s time to declutter, how do you know which items to keep and which to toss? Typically, the rule of thumb is that if you haven’t used an item in six months or a year, you should toss it. However, that doesn’t work for every item. Here are some tried-and-true tips for decluttering your home that will help you solve that conundrum once and for all: Image...

Posted on Dec 31 2014 - 9:10am by David Decker
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                Television fans rejoice–The Granthams and their staff return January 4th on PBS for a fifth season. If you’re a die-hard Downton Abbey fan, you know the show is all about power plays and countermoves. But could the show’s plotlines have been altered if storage had been an option for the characters?...

Posted on Dec 29 2014 - 2:00pm by David Decker
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There’s something magical about getting the family together to trim the tree and hang the stockings. What isn’t so magical? Finding space to store and organize your holiday decorations for the rest of the year. Save yourself the holiday headache and consider these five storage solutions for your décor. Christmas Lights Do your Christmas lights always end up in...

Posted on Dec 5 2014 - 6:00am by James Overturf
Comments Off on Extra Space Storage honored as a Top Workplace in Utah

It’s certainly easier to get out of bed on a Monday morning when you’re going to work at a place that you like, a place where you feel valued and respected. And it’s even nicer when your workplace is called out as a top place to work! Extra Space Storage was recently featured in “The Wasatch Front Top Workplaces,” published by The Salt Lake Tribune. This...

                    You love your child. Even the silliest of their hand-drawn pictures is beautiful. But there’s just so much of it – and your kid brings home new pieces each day! No parent can keep it all. Here are some tips for decluttering your home without getting rid of all of your children’s artwork: Hang...

Posted on Dec 1 2014 - 8:26pm by Guest Contributor
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                  It’s that time of year; we’re digging out our Christmas lights and getting ready to do some decorating for the holidays. I can’t believe it; I just heard Christmas music on the radio today. That’s always a sign. If you’re like most people, when you go digging for your holiday...

Posted on Nov 24 2014 - 5:20pm by David Decker
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                    The in-laws are coming! Depending on your relationship with them, this may or may not be a good thing. Make it through the transition in one piece with these tips. Take a deep breath and relax. A study done by psychologist Terri Apter showed that more than 60% of married women said they experienced...

Posted on Nov 21 2014 - 4:52pm by David Decker
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Planning to make the big move to Seattle? Get to know the city before heading out to the Pacific Northwest with our guide below. Here are some tips for moving to Seattle. Prepare for rainy weather. Seattle is known for its rainy weather, but not in the way you might think. Even though rain is frequent in the city (it rains at least 50% of the time), drizzle is more...

We all have those items we use only on occasion. Fine china for special occasions, specific medical, legal and financial documents, etc. Whatever the item and frequency of its use, the question is, what do you do with those items the rest of the time? Of course, a storage unit is always an option (and one we recommend J ) but I’m talking about things you need to...