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An oldie, but definitely a goodie. Somehow, storing records in crates is one of the most easiest and affordable ideas. Check on sites like eBay and Amazon for inexpensive wooden or plastic crates that have handles on the sides and can accommodate standard LP albums. You can purchase them in bulk and stack them on top of one another or on their sides so they don't take up a lot of space.
Sketch a plan where all the requirements are included, with enough room for airflow through the crevices of the logs. You can include racks and shelves so that wood can be pulled out easily without any hindrance.
The mini-sized units are suitable for storing important tax files, paper documents, books, and old magazines. Clothing, furs, and fine linens can also be kept in these storage units. Valuable collections of stamps and baseball cards, albums, antiques, gifts, showpieces, medical products, are amongst the other things which can be safeguarded in these units. Among the less common items that can be stored in these units are music records, audio-video tapes, legal records, and other business items. Food items can also be stored here, as these units are designed to prevent the conditions favorable to invasion by pests and rodents.
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