When you live in a single-family home, you may find it easy to get ready to replace your flooring because you can put items in the garage, attic, and patio while you are working. But, you may live in a condo where you have limited space to put the belongings throughout your home.
If you want to have a pleasant and productive experience with installing new floors on your own, you should consider finding a local storage facility and renting a storage unit from there.
Renting a storage unit can be a smart move when you have children since there can be so much clutter that begins piling up at home. When your children are all different ages, you could also want to hold onto some items and clothing to give to your younger children as they get older. When this is the case, you'll want to look into what you can do to make sure that the storage unit you rent will be a good fit.