Believe it or not, fall is just around the corner! Although we are currently experiencing an excessive heat warning in many parts of California, fall officially begins on September 22nd. Plan ahead now, and you’ll be ready for the change.
Out with the summer, in with the fall! Long sleeves, sweaters, and boots are bulky and take up more room than summer clothes. Start thinking about rotating your closet and putting away summer items to make space. If you already have a storage unit, now is a great time to start sorting through your current closet to decide what items you want to rotate out. While you’re at it, think about placing them towards the back of your storage unit, and bringing your winter items and decorations towards the front to save you time later.
If you don’t have a storage unit, we can help you with that. We offer small units to help make some extra room for your winter wardrobe, or larger units to accommodate outside furniture and toys that you may want to store during the cooler months. Give our storage experts a call at 1-800-210-8979. We can help you find the perfect size for your storage needs.
We are proud to support Youth and Leaders Living Actively (YALLA) San Diego, Inc.
With college as the goal, YALLA San Diego is the only program in California that uses soccer as a hook to motivate refugee and immigrant youth to rebuild their lives through comprehensive academic, leadership, and therapy programs. Soccer provides an environment for each child participant, regardless of background or ethnicity, to come together and share space both on the pitch as teammates, and through schooling as classmates, and breaks down barriers among youths to facilitate a smooth transition to a communal and participatory learning environment. YALLA San Diego currently serves over 250 refugee and immigrant participants, and their capacity to serve is growing each year.
Many people have a craft room, an office, or a garage that are a cluttered mess. Here are some tips on using everyday items to get you organized. Most of these items can be repurposed from your home, or found very inexpensive at a second hand shop or garage sale. These tips would also work great for storing children’s crafts.
We are proud to support Saint Peter’s Chaldean Church with their humanitarian efforts and fundraising event for the Iraqi Christian Relief Fund.
Saint Peter’s hosted a fundraising event to raise awareness and funding of the current crisis in Iraq and Syria. Over 600,000 Iraqi Christians are being persecuted, and have been left homeless, living in dire conditions after the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) bombed, ransacked, and seized their homes. The Christian homes now belong to the Islamic State. 100% of the funds raised at the event go directly to buying clothing, food, medicine, and basic necessities for those displaced in this crisis.
A-1 Self Storage is looking for a full-time SALES ASSOCIATE the San Diego area. This position requires working at various San Diego self storage locations. The ideal candidate must be enthusiastic, outgoing, highly motivated, great at customer service, and have a strong retail sales background. This position involves providing superior customer service in-person, and over the telephone. It also includes ensuring the property is clean, well-maintained, and meets company standards. All positions require some janitorial duties and weekend scheduling.
A-1 Self Storage currently owns and operates 48 self storage facilities throughout California. A-1 Self Storage is a 60 year old family owned company headquartered in San Diego and is one of California’s premier self storage companies.
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A-1 Self Storage would like to thank all the men and women who serve our country. We know that moving is an all too familiar thing to those in the service. Here are six ways A-1 Self Storage is here to help you!
We have been informed by the Fullerton Fire Department that there is a broken gas line right out in front of our property on Commonwealth Ave. At this time, no one is permitted to leave or enter the property. The Fullerton Gas Department is working on it, and we’ll post more details as they are available.
The start of the new school year will be here soon. For many college students, this will be their first time moving into the dorms or living off-campus. Here are some tips to make your move easy, and to save you some money.