Storage Tips

Amy’s Attic Self Storage Blog Posts offer tips and best practices for storing any of your various belongings to you’re your items in the best quality possible during their time in storage. To view Amy’s Attic individual facility information, including location, features, and available units, click on your desired location in the menu above under “Storage Locations”.

How Self Storage Can Help Summer Seasonal Texas Businesses

How Self Storage Can Help Summer Seasonal Texas Businesses

Owning a seasonal business that operates mainly or only in the summer months can have huge benefits for the owner…more time off, tax benefits, job security, etc. However, most summer seasonal business owners know that to maintain their livelihood and business during...
4 Self Storage Unit Tips for Troops Preparing for Deployment from Texas

4 Self Storage Unit Tips for Troops Preparing for Deployment from Texas

Moving is all too familiar for military personnel and their families. Lengthy and sometimes sudden deployments can have military members scrambling to pack and figure out what to do with their belongings. Unless your family is able and planning to stay in your...
5 Ways Self Storage Can Help Texans Going through a Divorce

5 Ways Self Storage Can Help Texans Going through a Divorce

No one gets married planning to get divorced. However, whether due to poor communication, financial struggles, infidelity, differing personalities, abuse, etc. 10.7% of Texans (10.9% nationally) get divorced, according to the 2013-2017 Community Survey performed by...
Best Practices for Storing Lawn Mowers and Yard Equipment

Best Practices for Storing Lawn Mowers and Yard Equipment

Storing lawn mowers and other yard equipment, such as blowers and chainsaws, correctly allows them to be easily used when they are taken out of storage. Whether you want to store a lawn mower for the winter or you just want to free up space in your garage for a...
6 Moving and Storage Tips for Senior Citizens

6 Moving and Storage Tips for Senior Citizens

Central Texas cities, such as Belton and Temple, are outstanding places to live for retirees. People 65 years and older make up an average of 10% of the population. There is also an abundance of retirement, assisted living, and nursing home communities. Central Texas...