Preparing Gas Powered Items For Winter Storage

Gas powered items that you use in the spring, summer and fall months are usually among some of the higher priced equipment that you own. Whether it’s a lawnmower, a car, a boat, an RV, or any other gas powered item, you’ll want to keep your things safe and dry throughout the winter months. Winters can […]

Tips for Driving in the Fog

You’re gearing up for your upcoming move but it just so happens to be in the middle of winter AND your depart time is before the sun comes up. Which means, colder air in the early morning can be dangerous as fog may arise. If you’ve never driven in the fog, it can be a little […]

Why a Winter Move is Better than Summer

The Battle of Summer Moves Vs. Winter Moves When most of us think about the subject of do-it-yourself moving, particularly when to actually make the move, visions of sunshine,  summer break, ice cold lemonades, and… intensive heat, traffic jams, and high moving costs come to mind. Why? Because according to U-Haul Moving Statistics and Fun […]

6 Cities for Winter Sports

Winter is among us! Although it’s hard to imagine living in Phoenix, those of you outside of this desert city are probably starting to see snow and feel the frosty chill. The temperatures may not be ideal to everyone right now, but it is definitely the best time of year to take advantage of all your […]

How To Set Up an Outdoor Propane Heater

Brrr! Is it cold where you are? Sadly, it’s not that chilly here in Phoenix. Definitely not cool enough yet to need a heater. But, soon. Very soon. Until then, the colder parts of the world will benefit from these tips on how to set up an outdoor propane heater. First, let’s get the safety rules […]

Six Tips to Winterize Your Home

As I sat down to research “how to winterize your home,” I quickly learned a lot! Living in Phoenix, Arizona, the Valley of the Sun, I realized that I probably think about winter differently than people who don’t live in Phoenix… as in: “Winter, where are you?” But, thinking about getting my home ready for […]

DIY Winter Renovation Tips

The holidays have come and gone and sadly, after taking down all the Christmas decorations, your home may be looking a little bare. But no need to fear – this could be the perfect time to take on a little DIY with winter renovations for your home. Renovations Any renovation, no matter how big or […]

Motorcycle and Dirt Bike Storage

Motorcycle and dirt bike storage is something you might want to consider during the winter. Ice, snow and freezing temperatures don’t make for the best riding conditions, so storing your bike is a great alternative to letting your bike sit outside and rust, or clutter up your garage. Storage Units – A self-storage unit is […]

Moving In Bad Weather

Moving in bad weather can be challenging.  You don’t always get a choice on when you move and if the weather is not cooperating, there is nothing you can do about it. You can make the best of it by limiting your exposure to the cold snow or rain, which will make your move easier […]

Easiest Way to Move in the Winter

Sometimes we don’t have the luxury of planning the season of our move. Moving in the winter can add some additional challenges if you’re moving in a location with snow and ice covered surfaces. Simple things like carrying boxes and driving get a little more “exciting” when snow is involved. If your winter move involves […]

Winter Storage

Seasons change, and now it is time to think about winter storage. You have limited space in your home, and you will probably have more need for sweaters and snow shovels than swim suits and picnic baskets. Here are some things you might want to consider for winter storage. Summer Clothes – It is sad […]

Keeping Warm with Propane

Fall is here which means it is time to find a snuggle buddy and cozy up next to the fireplace. Propane is the ideal source of fuel for all fireplaces, fire pits and patio heaters. Why propane? Portable- You can carry a propane tank to your desired location where as if you want natural gas, […]