Carolina Self-Storage Offers Storage Options for Southern Pines, NC

Carolina Self-Storage provides Southern Pines residents and business owners a state-of-the-art storage facility. With 530 units in a 53,000 square-foot building available 24/7/365 storage couldn’t be more convenient. Video surveillance, full perimeter fencing and electronic gate access ensures security. There are many storage unit options including climate-control, drive-up, inside storage and mobile storage – the widest possible range of storage options for Southern Pines customers in the area. Conveniently located on US Highway 1 North, just 6/10 of a mile North of where Midland Road (NC 2) meets US 1. Our neighbors are Ingersoll Rand across the street and UPS located at the end of Air Tool Road (our cross street). The facility is easy to access for Southern Pines residents and provides many helpful features including a loading dock, plenty of free-to-use hand trucks. We even have a free move-in courtesy truck to make your move easier – just replace the gas you use. We’re locally owned and operated and have been serving the Southern Pines area since 2000. Stop by and see our beautifully landscaped facility and see for yourself why we say we’re. “Simply the best self-storage in the...

Marking your boxes for your move

It is important to mark the contents of each box legibly and prominently on the side of each box. Remember, the person marking the box may not be the person handling the box later in the move. Use labels or Sharpie permanent marker to mark directly on the boxes. Place the labels or marking on the SIDE of the boxes. Tops and bottoms can be obscured by other boxes that may be stacked on top during the move. If you have the patience, it is be a good idea to mark more than one side of each box. Room from whence the content came Things to include in your description: Contents The room in the old location where the box originated The room in the new house in which the box should be placed for unpacking Number each box in sequence e.g. 1,2,3 etc. Use a color-coding system. Pick a color code for each room and label that room’s boxes accordingly. A pack of mixed color magic markers will do the trick. Label the door of each room with the corresponding color code so that movers know where to place the boxes. Sticky notes and magic markers will do nicely. Make a list of what’s in each box by number. Use this list to note anything of value that you do not want to mark on the outside of a box for security reasons. Check off each box on the list as it arrives at the new location. Related articles Prepare Your Move Survival...

37 U.S. Code § 476 – Travel and transportation allowances: dependents; baggage and household effects

(a) (1) Except as provided in paragraph (2), a member of a uniformed service who is ordered to make a change of permanent station is entitled to transportation in kind, reimbursement therefor, or a monetary allowance in place of the cost of transportation, plus a per diem, for the member’s dependents at rates prescribed by the Secretaries concerned, but not more than the rate authorized under section 474(d) of this title. The Secretary concerned may also reimburse the member for mandatory pet quarantine fees for household pets, but not to exceed $550 per change of station, when the member incurs the fees incident to such change of station. (2) (A) Except as provided in subparagraph (B), a member who— (i) is separated from the service or released from active duty; and (ii) on the date of his separation from the service or release from active duty, has not served on active duty for a period of time equal to at least 90 percent of the period of time for which he initially enlisted or otherwise initially agreed to serve, may be provided transportation under this subsection for his dependents only by transportation in kind by the least expensive mode of transportation available or by a monetary allowance that does not exceed the cost to the Government of such transportation in kind. (B) Subparagraph (A) does not apply to a member— (i) who is retired, or is placed on the temporary disability retired list, under chapter61 of title 10; (ii) who is separated from the service or released from active duty for a medical condition affecting the member, as determined by the Secretary concerned; (iii) who is separated from the service or...

Military Storage

Military Storage In grateful appreciation of your service we are pleased to offer a 10% rental discount for active military personnel. Just show us your active military ID at time of rental to receive your...