Back To School Moving Tips
With fall just around the corner, many college-aged kids are getting ready to move out of their parents’ houses to start the new semester. Maybe your child was back for the summer and now must return to school for one final semester or perhaps this is their first time leaving home. No matter the situation, the spacious and versatile storage units available from Migson Public Storage can help keep your home organized while your student is at school. Here are just a few ways that a storage unit can ease the transition back to school for students and parents.
Storage during the School Year
Making decisions on what to bring to college can sometimes be tricky. We always recommend that parents help their college-aged kids with prioritizing items needed for the immediate future. The leftover items can be put into a storage unit for safe-keeping until they are back at home living with you.
Keeping left over items in storage could be a great solution if you have limited storage space in your home. You may also want to use the spare bedroom and extra living space as a guest room or office while your kid(s) are away. A surplus of items can create a lot of unnecessary clutter – so why not free it up?
Things to Put in Storage
Examples of things that can be put away:
- Seasonal accessories such as winter blankets, coats, or sports equipment
- Extra furniture pieces
- Additional clothing
- Personal items
When your kid(s) return home from school for the summer, they can put their school-year items away in the storage unit and access their items that were safely stored away while they were gone. Renting a storage unit with Migson Public Storage will keep your home neat and organized during hectic transitional moves.
Posted on December 1, 2016 | Uncategorized