any motorized equipment (including but not limited to automobiles, boats,
ATV, PWC, lawn mowing equipment, etc.) gas tanks shall be no more than 1/8
of fuel can or container must be empty.
of propane tank, oxygen tank, or similar container must be empty.
pets in your vehicle at all time while on Ace property.
Tips on storing your items
boxes with masking or duct tape.
Box everything that you can - everything that
is left unboxed in a self-storage facility will get dusty and potentially
Try to use boxes that are a uniform size,
they’re easier to stack (remember; keep the heavy ones on the bottom and
the light ones on top).
If you're storing upholstered products such as mattresses
and sofas in a self-storage facility it might be a good idea to invest in
covers, bags or sheeting to give them some additional protection. Stand
sofas and mattresses on end wherever possible to save space and don't stack
too much on top of soft furnishings. Mattresses are best stored on the long
end and should be ideally raised above floor level or laid on protective
coat of oil on exposed metal surfaces will retard rust.
possible, leave small walkways between the boxes and furniture
in your storage unit so you can easily get to the items you want without
having to move anything around.
wise to take extra precautions for your own security. Purchase a high quality padlock. Pack you unit so the most valuable items
are in the back.
The humidity in your self-storage unit can
cause your furniture to warp and your appliances to mildew. Leaving a space
between your stuff and the unit’s wall allows for air to circulate within
the unit. Laying plastic sheeting on the floor and stacking boxes on top of
wooden pallets can prevent condensation damage. So can using old linens or
other fabrics, instead of plastic, to protect your stuff from dust.
If you’re storing a refrigerator in your unit leave
the door ajar. This will prevent mold from growing inside.
Drain washing machines before storing them and
tie down hoses etc. Appliances should be clean and dry and it'll be
worthwhile wiping the insides over with bicarbonate of soda before you
If you’re storing a lot of packing boxes in
your unit, try to fill them to the top, even if it’s just with padding and
old, crumpled newspapers. Boxes that are only half-filled tend to collapse
if anything’s placed on them.