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Pouch Self Storage & RV Centers has been operating mini storage facilities since 1979. We provide a clean and secure environment for the storage of your personal and business needs.

Quick Tips for Packing Books

When you are preparing to move your belongings into personal storage, you may have a considerable number of books to pack and transport. While storage units offer plenty of space for storing entire libraries of books, it is important to make sure that you pack your books carefully for storage. Rather than filling large boxes with dozens of books, you should always pack books in smaller storage containers. Smaller boxes will remain lighter and easier to lift from your moving truck into your storage unit. Hardcover books should be packed in an upright position, whereas soft cover books can be stacked.

At POUCH Self Storage, we are proud to offer quality self-storage in Lake Forest. If you are in need of packing supplies, our team will be thrilled to provide you with the boxes, tape, and other materials that you will need to pack up your books correctly. Call us at (800) 378-4598 to hear more about the current rates that we offer for our storage units.

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Comparing Covered and Open RV Storage

RV storage is an issue most owners will have to deal with eventually. There are multiple ways to store your RV, but two of the most popular are covered and open. Here is a look at how these two kinds of RV storage compare.

Open RV storage is essentially a large parking lot within a storage facility. It gives you the benefit of vehicle storage within a secured environment, but open storage does not provide any protection from the elements. Covered storage allows you to park your RV on a secured lot underneath a roof that provides protection from the sun, rain, and winter weather. Covered storage is not fully enclosed. Depending on the climate in which you are storing your RV, both kinds of storage can be acceptable.

POUCH Self Storage offers both types of RV storage and is happy to answer your questions so you can select the right option for your RV. Learn more about vehicle storage in Rancho Cucamonga and Fountain Valley by calling (800) 378-4598.

All About Moving Boxes

When you’re moving, boxes can either make the process easier or add to the stress of the experience. Whether you’re moving into a new home or transferring items into a storage unit, the quality of the boxes you use matters. Watch this video to learn more.

Forget getting waterlogged, flimsy boxes from the grocery store. It is worth it to invest in some sturdy boxes in a variety of sizes that won’t break on you as you transfer them into a moving truck.

POUCH Self Storage is pleased to offer free use of a moving truck with our storage units and records management services. For more information about renting self storage in Lake Forest or using one of our free moving trucks, please call (800) 378-4598.

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