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Did you know that portable storage solutions aren’t only for interior items, equipment, and stock storage? You can also utilize them for transporting and storing cleaning itinerary, a convenient solution for the sanitation industry. If you’ve never considered a mobile pod for stowing sanitation supplies, we’ll break down some of the major benefits in doing so!

Perfect for protection

Sanitation supplies typically involve various chemicals which are dangerous to inhale. If they’re exposed or stored in improper conditions, this can create a serious health hazard. Mobile storage though is designed with stainless steel frames which safely seal sanitation equipment to prevent damage.


You’re no stranger to Coronavirus if you live in the United States. As of now the pandemic continues to grow and the only solution, according to the CDC, is to stay indoors and reduce social exposure as much as possible. For introverts, it’s business as usual, but for the rest, it’s getting old. Staying indoors limits one’s ability to do a lot, especially if you see friends or family on the regular.

However, there are things to do while indoors to escape the dullness of inside. Since you have a lot of personal time, it’s a great opportunity to learn some

We don’t have to give you the scoop on Coronavirus. It’s had a global impact and by now, no matter who you are or where you live, you’ve heard or seen it in some capacity. 

Rather, you’re likely trying to make life “work” while the pandemic continues. That’s no easy task, depending on where you live, as many places have instituted emergency declarations, curfews, and even mandatory quarantines. The primary reason is because without a cure, the CDC is firmly recommending everyone to abide by “social distancing” and limiting exposure to others.

Entirely doable. However, there are situations in which a person

The Coronavirus pandemic has presented numerous challenges to the general public and businesses. You’ve no doubt seen the impact already: shops shutting down, people told to stay indoors, and in harsher cases, quarantine.

But COVID-19 impacted other things too, and in this case, we mean inventory. During March 2020, shoppers – concerned with the rising spike in US Coronavirus cases – stocked up on supplies. This resulted in various shortages ranging from foods like non-perishables and meat to, you guessed it, toilet paper. Businesses couldn’t put things back on shelves fast enough.

There are numerous reasons for this, of which we don’t

We’re in “interesting times” to say the least, and every aspect of life has been affected by the COVID-19 Coronavirus. Because of its outbreak, businesses and infrastructure have had to close off for the time being to reduce infection rates, forcing many to stay inside. Health experts and politicians alike are emphasizing ‘social distancing’ to prevent additional exposure to the virus and overall contain the infection rates.

Part of reducing potential contamination is cleanliness. If you don’t already, it’s a good idea to get into the habit of washing hands at regular intervals, avoid touching your face, and other good hygiene.

COVID-19, sadly, isn’t going away anytime soon, straining both personal lives and the medical world. As healthcare professionals work to assist those in need, they put themselves at risk just by exposure. Typically, this is a non-issue, as in medically hazardous environments, there’s protection equipment available, but unfortunately, due to various complications, PPE shortages are common. That’s the same for medical equipment as hospitals and healthcare facilities can be quickly overwhelmed by patients because of coronavirus. Remember, it’s additionally straining, because even as COVID0-19 affects people, there are still other emergencies and healthcare needs.

Portable storage can help during this crisis,

What’s the biggest challenge when it comes to a move? Time? Labor? Money? Most likely the latter. Because with money you can pick any location you want, hire movers, and have things taken care of your way. Unfortunately, most of us are always sweating some kind of budget. So, what if you’re trying to find affordable places to live in an area, which also has important commodities nearby (like grocery, medical and such)?

It sounds crazy, but try a college town. More specifically, an area that’s primarily aimed at student living. Now, this isn’t the case for every major area hosting

COVID-19 creates challenges for everyone as its impact continues to rise all over the world. In some cases, there are mandatory curfews and in others stay-at-home quarantines. Beyond necessities, many are limited in what they can do, or otherwise discouraged from social gathering

Because of these complications, you might encounter some new ones before or during a move. What do you? This scenario is quite unique and it’s another stress factor to an already difficult process. To help, Mobile Attic has several suggestions to assist you in these difficult times.

Use masks often and practice good sanitation

In general, this is good advice,

The Coronavirus pandemic has affected everyone, and one of the hardest hit places are medical and hospital facilities. It’s safe to say in United States, many healthcare practices are overwhelmed by several factors: a shortage of necessary supplies such as proper filter masks, overworked staff, and an influx of growing patients. 

There is no easy solution to this problem beyond hospitals getting the funding and supplies they need to handle sick patients. During this crisis, medical facilities may also deal with a lack of space, and this is where mobile storage pods can offer a unique solution.

Storage pods are like storage

The Coronavirus has impacted everyone on a personal and professional level. No matter where you are, you know about the virus and have seen its impacts. Businesses close down, places for social gathering are all but abandoned, and people are told to stay inside – in some cases on legal order. This has been dubbed “social distancing,” because the fastest way to reduce the spread of the pandemic is to avoid vectors of contamination, AKA: other people.

In many cases, it means most are staying home for days, a week, or multiple weeks. For introverts, it’s more the same, but for

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