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Dealing with Keepsakes: 7 Tips to Preserve Old Photos

Similar to old clothes, toys and books, the boxes of printed photos can also eat up a valuable space in your home. Worse, if you store these photos in a damp basement or in the warm attic, you take the risk of ruining your precious prints and memoirs. You may have already discarded some boxes of photographs, but for the […]

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Quick Fixes for an Organized Closet

Have you ever wondered why your closet seems to always be disarranged even if you just fixed it the other night? Us too! For some, fixing a closet could be an easy task but for many, it could be a nightmare! But here are a few tips on how you can keep your closets neatly arranged and clean. […]

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Terry Drayton Talks About Self-Storage Disruptive Innovation

Livible CEO and Founder, Terry Drayton Talks About Self-Storage Disruptive Innovation at the Self-Storage Association, Spring Show 2016 Hello, my name is Terry Drayton and I’m the founder & CEO of Livible. This is my 9th startup. I’ve raised over half a billion dollars for them and created a number of successful, world class businesses. All were logistics and […]

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On-Demand Storage Versus Traditional Self Storage – Livible Releases Recent Survey Results

Livible Releases Recent Survey Results on On-Demand Storage Versus Traditional Self Storage With 50,000+ self-storage facilities in the United States it is pretty clear that Americans love having ample storage space at affordable rates. But before investing, developers may want to review a recent consumer survey conducted by Livible, an on-demand storage company. The nationwide survey asked consumers […]

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Clutter in America

Clutter in America I’m not a hoarder, I’m a collector of fine things! Sparefoot.com just surveyed over 1000 people about how cluttered they are in their homes. The survey results are consistent with other research showing that only about one person in 20 people has a major clutter problem. Less than half of respondents said […]

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