Sometimes free time can be hard to come by in the hustle and bustle of our day-to-day lives. Work, kids, and other obligations can take up so much of our time that sometimes hobbies can fall by the wayside. These endeavors, while worthwhile, can unfortunately force us to put a hold on some of the other activities that we enjoy.
Whether you are an aspiring musician, amateur astronomer, or passionate micro-brewer, many hobbies can take up a lot of space or be too fragile to be left out in a common area. You wouldn’t want your 2-year-old knocking over a $2,000 telescope or the house-sitter wanting to try out one of your vintage fender guitars.
There are many reasons why a hobby could be put on hold, Continue reading →
The University of Phoenix Stadium In Glendale, AZ Taken by en:Flickr user MCSixth
Glendale, Arizona is a bustling metropolitan area about 9 miles northwest of downtown Phoenix that is home to the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals. They play at the University of Phoenix stadium which hosted Super Bowl XLII in 2008, and Super Bowl XLIX in 2015. In January of 2016, it will host the College Football National Championship.
Although now considered part of the larger Phoenix metropolitan area, Glendale has a history dating back to the late 1800’s, when William John Murphy was in charge of building a 40-mile long canal for the Arizona Canal Company. Murphy formed the Arizona Improvement Company, and sold the land and water rights south of the canal, referring to the area as Glendale. To provide better access from Glendale to Phoenix, he built an 18-mile road he named Grand Avenue. Continue reading →
If you collect antique furniture, or have inherited some from a family member, but don’t have a place for it in your home, it is especially important to take care when considering where and how to store it. Antique furniture represents an investment, with not only cash value but sentimental value if it has been passed down from a family member. A climate controlled storage unit that protects from extremes of heat and cold, such as the ones offered at our new state-of-the-art storage center in Glendale, Arizona, is without a doubt one of your best options for long-term storage. But before you start loading up the truck, let’s look at the full check list for storing your antique furniture:
Anyone who has seen “Storage Wars” on TV has likely dreamed about the possibility of finding buried treasure in their family storage unit. Recently, a near-mint copy of Action Comics No. 1, the first comic in which Superman appeared, was found by the winner of storage unit auction in Los Angeles. It sold for over $2,000,000. Continue reading →