Are you short on space due to the number of filing cabinets in the office and do you actually know how long specific documents have to be kept for? Most small businesses will know that certain documents have to be kept for at least 12 months. Some for as long as seven years. However, there is no need to keep certain files and documents in the office. After all, some, you might only need if the Inland Revenue asks for them.
If that’s the case and you are a small business with cabinets full of these particular documents – maybe a solicitor or accountant - why not consider a self storage unit to house those papers that by law, you have to keep, but might never need? Continue reading
Picture the scene. Another lock successfully negotiated and a gentle wave beneath the boat as you meander your way through the countryside.
The sun continues to shine on the hull of your narrow boat and your decision to swap the only life you knew, for 12 months on the water, appears to have been the right one. Some folk will extend that year on the water into a lifetime.
They will sell their property, buy a canal boat and enjoy the calm and tranquility of Britain’s waterways for the rest of their lives. What could be better? It all sounds quite simple and idyllic, doesnt it? It is. No garden maintenance or domestic decorating and no worries over fluctuating mortgage rates. It’s a chance to get rid of the second car too! Continue reading
Do you have belongings, goods or files at home or at work that are beginning to make your house, flat or office look untidy? Have you ever considered renting a storage unit to help you de-clutter and create more space? If so, would you know how to go about it?
If the answer is ‘No’, why not Google your local self storage centre and find out its location?
Once you’ve established its whereabouts, you will almost certainly make the call, or visit, armed with unanswered questions about size, security, length of contract, maintenance and access. Continue reading