Looking after and storing furniture is a common theme in the self-storage
industry and for many reasons. It could be that you are decluttering,
downsizing, moving, taking a gap year or dealing with bereavement. Whatever the
reason, it’s important to properly take care of and store wooden or fabric furniture
Most of us will run out of space at home during some point in our lives but
do you know what to do when that happens? In this article, we explore some
useful cleaning tips and share expert advice on storing furniture the right
The good weather in the UK is well and truly gone and now is the time to
think about furniture storage solutions. Going into autumn and winter means
making sure you clean, organise and pack away toys, garden furniture and tools.
This will help prevent any damage and save you from buying new items next year.
Keeping everything in good condition for next season requires cleaning,
treating and storing. In most cases, it will be the garden shed or garage but you
should also consider a self storage unit especially if you added new furniture to
your summer collection.
Where has the year gone as it’s at that
time again where we talk about garden furniture storage and preparation! We had
a great Easter weekend with lovely sunshine and everyone is hoping for a good
long summer. Now is the time to get the dusty garden furniture out of storage,
the shed or garage and getting it ready.
If you read some of our earlier
blogs and prepared everything properly for storage, it should really only be a case
of getting it all out and dusting it off. However, if you didn’t, you may need
to put in a bit more effort cleaning and restoring where needed. In this
article, we share some handy tips on making sure everything is ready for the
Winter is well and truly on the way and judging from last year, we can expect a quick change in weather. If you haven’t already, now is a good time for storing garden furniture and toys in the garage, shed or self storage. Before long, everything is covered in ice and snow; not the best time to clean and pack your outdoor furniture. You’ll want to get it all inside if possible but do you have enough space? What if you bought new furniture this year?
Storing garden furniture correctly is essential to keep everything in good condition for next season. This is not only important for homeowners, what about small café or restaurants with outside seating? At some point, the weather will deteriorate where nobody sits outside. If you don’t have enough space at home or your business premises, perhaps you should consider a self storage unit.
Along with moving house, home improvement is one of the main reasons why people decide on renovation storage. If you’re not moving but in the process of renovating or redecorating, it is very likely that major construction projects will result in the need for temporary storage space.
Whether the kids are off to Uni or moved out to start a life of their own, there is now an extra room you could transform. Depending on your hobbies, interests or future plans, you could turn that extra space into a dressing room, study or a home office. Small bedrooms are perfect renovation projects but don’t underestimate everything that goes along with it. Thinking about it and actually doing it are two different things and effective planning may involve more than you realise.