Home staging is a surefire way to help prospective buyers visualize themselves in the space, sell a house faster and help boost the sale price of a home. In fact, though there are numerous factors that go into what a home is worth and what buyers are willing to pay for it, staging is an excellent tool that can give sellers an edge, according to the National Association of Realtors® (NAR).
In recent years, more businesses – from retail, department, discount, convenience and specialty stores, warehouse clubs and restaurants to small mom-and-pops and start-up entrepreneurs working from home – have turned to portable storage containers as a way to not only free up space at their establishments and store records, equipment and seasonal/surplus inventory, but also as a way to set themselves apart from their competition.
Whether your hotel is undergoing minor or major renovations or perhaps seeking to purchase extra linens and dry goods in bulk to have on hand for peak season, A.B. Richards, the leading supplier of ground-level storage containers in the Northeast since 1982, can provide you with instant portable storage solutions in the form of high-quality mobile storage containers.
Is your child going away to college for the first time? Is he or she already in college? Or are you the first-time or seasoned college student? In any case, let A.B. Richards, the leading supplier of ground-level storage containers in the Northeast since 1982, help with your storage needs.
Do you have an attic or crawl space that’s overflowing with unused items, memorabilia, suitcases, holiday decorations or sentimental items you wanted to tuck away? Are tax records for your family, client files for your home business, unused pieces of furniture and seasonal clothing taking over your basement? Do you have a room into which you throw everything when company comes over?
Is your garage chock-full of tools, car parts, paint cans, leftover materials from that remodel you finished a year ago, a chest freezer and cleaning supplies? Can’t fit your lawnmower in your shed anymore because of all of the gardening supplies?
Are you finding that there’s no more storage space left at your office, excess building supplies at your job site or a limited area for inventory storage in your retail space?
If so, then why not rent a portable storage container unit – or several – to help you free up precious space in your home or business this summer?
Spring has come and gone and you’ve decluttered your home or office, organized the site for your new construction job or categorized your store’s inventory by renting several portable storage containers from A.B. Richards, the leading supplier of ground-level storage containers in the Northeast since 1982. That’s terrific news!
Garage sales are not only a great way to rid your home of clutter, but also a great way to make a little extra cash in the process. However, as you begin to clean out your garage, attic, crawl space, basement and/or shed and start to set aside items to sell, the question becomes, where do you keep it all until the day of the sale?
There are plenty of storage options out there for businesses, contractors and homeowners, but the top two are portable storage containers and self-storage units. But how do you decide between the two and what are the differences between mobile storage and self storage?
The idea of using portable storage containers to store everything from household items and furniture to business records and building materials has been around for 30 years or so, revolutionizing the container industry.
In the last decade, the idea really took hold and has become more commonplace. In the last few years, the idea really took off and has even become a hot trend.
So much so that there are many different companies on the scene now offering mobile storage units to homeowners, businesses and construction companies who love the versatility and convenience they provide.
However, A.B. Richards was one of the first pioneers of portable storage units and has proudly been the go-to resource for customers seeking ground-level storage containers in the Northeast since 1982.