The ending of the Daylight saving time is an indication that Winter Is Here! As the trees shed their last couple of leaves, the sun begins to hide its face, and the chill in the wind intensifies, it is finally time to consider changing our car tires and storing our favorite recreational and vintage vehicles away for the season!
The vintage cars that we own are very
sensitive to the changing atmosphere – they can begin to lose their charm in
this cold weather; and storing recreational vehicles, like trailers, yachts,
and canoes, in our garage can take up a lot of space and make it less
accessible. This winter, you can consider renting out a seasonal storage unit,
You can securely store your
vintage vehicles without worrying about them getting damaged in the cold.
You have flexible term conditions,
that is, you can rent the unit on a monthly basis.
You can use the unit to store all
forms of vehicles, along with their accessories.
You can store your vehicles at
So, if you are thinking about storing your
vehicles, come over at Hanover Storage Inc. where you can access our seasonal
storage units, and keep your vehicles safe affordably. Moreover, this winter we
are also offering you outdoor trailer/ RV storage from October – April 15, 2020
at our Walkerton facility!
It’s that time of year again, when snow days are always looming over our heads. As a child you likely used to pray for snow days, but as an adult they are not as fun! Here are 5 things you can do on a snow day to keep yourself or your little ones occupied.
Go tobogganing and warm up with hot chocolate and marshmallows or warm apple cider when you come in to thaw out. Wanna try making your own Hot Chocolate? Click here for a recipe.
Build a blanket fort and watch your favorite movie. Grab all your cozy blankets and pillows and get creative, pop some popcorn, and have a cozy movie day.
Make paper snowflakes from construction paper or regular printer paper. Decorate with whatever craft supplies you have on hand, crayons, markers, stamps or glitter glue. When finished tape them to the inside of your windows. You can find instructions here.
Bake chocolate chip cookies. Many hands in the kitchen make light work, get your little ones to help you measure and mix. Then enjoy warm with either hot chocolate or warm milk with cinnamon. You can find a tasty recipe here
Build a snowman! Channel your inner Elsa and make a snowman, is there anything better to do on a snow day?