B Street Self Storage

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B Street Self Storage
B Street Self Storage is listed in the Storage Units category in Forest Grove, Oregon. Displayed below are the social networks for B Street Self Storage which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page and a Yelp review page. The activity and popularity of B Street Self Storage on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 48.

Contact information for B Street Self Storage is:
1610 B St
Forest Grove, OR 97116
(503) 359-9232

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B Street Self Storage has an overall ZapScore of 48. This means that B Street Self Storage has a higher ZapScore than 48% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Forest Grove, Oregon is 36 and in the Storage Units category is 45. Learn more about ZapScore.

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How to Rent a Storage Unit There’s more to renting a self-service storage unit than just showing up and handing over your credit card. Be prepared to spend about twenty minutes total at the rental office to look at few units with the manager, select the appropriate size space, and complete the rental agreement documents. When renting a storage unit remember that you are entering into a binding legal agreement. So during the rental process you should expect the following; 1. The storage manager will ask you to provide valid identification so they know you are you. 2. If you are renting under the name of a business it will be necessary to provide your identification as the business’ agent and the business’ tax ID number as well. 3. Your current physical address and mailing address will be required. 4. You will be asked to provide your email address. 5. You will be asked the name and phone number of your employer. 6. You will also be asked to carry insurance coverage on your stored items. Most storage locations offer second party insurance coverage that can be purchased during the rental process. 7. You will be asked to read, understand and sign the rental agreement and procedures set forth by state law in the event of non-payment. 8. Most locations will have a keypad entry which will require you to select a seven to 10 digit access code. 9. You will be asked to provide a sturdy quality lock. The rental office should have these for sale along with other packing and furniture protection items. 10. If you are storing a recreational vehicle you will also be asked to provide a copy of the title. RV or boat storage tenants are required to keep their registration current and to maintain insurance coverage on their vehicle. The storage manager will also photograph the vehicle you will be storing.

The Pacific Northwest tends to tug on the heartstrings of people who have a deep appreciation for nature and for the sense of peace offered by immersing yourself in it. Fly Fishing in the Deschutes River can provide that immersion. Read how these two Oregonians dive into a small town and soak in its natural beauty. http://traveloregon.com/trip-ideas/itineraries/fly-fishing-and-road-biking-in-maupin/

Nossa Familia Coffee is known for their exceptional coffee. They are a staple of the NW Portland roasting scene and focus on the sustainability and community involved in the selection, roasting and brewing of coffee beans. Be sure to stop by the roasting facility to view the process and also to sample their roasts and drinks at the espresso bar located at 811 NW 13th Ave, Portland, Oregon 97209. Follow this link to explore more about Nossa Familia: http://www.nossacoffee.com/
Nossa Familia sustainably roasts only the best specialty coffee, responsibly sourced through deep-rooted, direct trade relationships in Brazil & beyond.

A quintessential covered bridge located northwest of Silverton Oregon along Route 214 is the Gallon House Bridge. The wooden structure is an 84-foot span across the Abiqua Creek and had its name derived from its use as a meeting place for bootleggers during Prohibition. The bridge is included on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Image Source: http://www.co.marion.or.us/PW/Pages/gallonhouse.aspx

If it’s worth storing it’s worth protecting. Your storage unit has been selected, you have completed the necessary rental paperwork, paid your first month’s rent, bought a quality lock to secure your unit and most likely purchased insurance coverage, as most self-storage facilities now require this. So what happens next? It’s more than just transferring your stuff. When packing for storage or a move, remember what your valuables will be experiencing. If you are moving your items any distance you will have the elements of your journey filtering through your rental truck along with bumps, twists and turns of the road. If you are planning on storing your items remember all of that as well as the fact that your items will be essentially be stored in a garage. The facility will be clean and so will the unit, with good ventilation, pest control and good weather stripping along the bottom of the door to help minimize dust and debris. But even when the manager covers this checklist your items will still experience some dust accumulation and even amounts of condensation from the temperature changes that occur from sunrise to sunset in the Pacific Northwest. You can protect stored items from these elements by taking very simple measures. 1. Cover your furniture. Most storage offices will offer a variety of plastics that are designed to fit chairs, couches and all sizes of mattresses and box springs. 2. Wrap fragile items with packing paper or newsprint. Some extra cushioning can be helpful with the use of bubble wrap inside of a box. 3. Pack items in solid boxes and seal with packing tape. This will help control dust and stabilize boxes when subject to condensation. 4. Use a salt base dehumidifier. There are several products out there and they require no electricity. 5. Use boxes specific for mirrors or wall hangings. Mirror boxes can be purchased as a set of two which slide over the ends of the frame and secured with packing tape or a set of four which cover each corner and secured with packing tape. 6. Secure your cargo during transport with poly rope, sisal rope or utility cord.