storage. Thursday , February 16th , 2017 - 22:36:34 PM
Call them vinyl, phonograph, or gramophone records, or Long Play (LP) records, only an ardent collector knows the anguish of not having adequate storage space for them. There's absolutely no way the records can be stacked in a heap on the floor. You require a proper (read: fashionable) organizing and storing method so that you can find them as quickly as possible.
Self-storage warehouses are, thus, mini-storage units. These are an alternative to traditional warehouse storage, in case unrestricted access is desired. Traditional warehouses provide the facility of packing and transporting items, and allow people to complete the necessary paperwork from the comfort of their home or office. Mini warehouses, on the other hand, place the onus of transporting the belongings to the warehouse on the person or the business firm. However, unlike traditional warehouses, no payment is required for retrieving articles stored in self-storage units.
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.
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