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5 Things You Must Sell Before the Move

Are you preparing for to change houses? If so then you must immediately start going over what you own in order to determine which ones are keepers and which ones need to go.

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How to Tip Movers

A lot of people are confused about tipping when it comes to movers. But the fact of the matter is this- just like any other service industry, tipping movers is not required but of course highly appreciated.

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Keeping it Simple

According to the US Census Bureau, about 43 million Americans move each year. In fact statistics have shown that the average American is likely to move at least 12 times in their lifetime.

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Additional Self Storage

  • Specialties

    Additional Self Storage is a locally-owned and managed self-storage facility with six convenient locations. Friendly on-site managers, immaculately clean units/grounds, extra wide drive aisles and drive-up units are a few of the ammenities you'll be treated to. Stop by and visit us for all your storage needs!

  • History

    Established in 1999 The 162nd store has 876 units with multiple sizes ranging from 5x5 to 12x45 electric supplied units. Climate-controlled sizes range from 5x5 to 10x10 units. The 162nd store is conveniently located just south of NE 18th and 164th Ave. near the newly built City of Vancouver fire station.

  • Meet the Manager: Corky and Sue R.

    Friendly on-site managers for over 10 years.

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