Thinking of putting your house on
the market in the New Year? Homeowners know that selling your property is inevitable
at some stage in your life and, along with household storage, you need to
consider decluttering, cleaning and home staging regardless of the type of
property or reason for selling.
Whether your family is growing and you need a bigger house or the kids have left and it’s time to downsize, you want to get the maximum price possible when selling your house. To achieve that, you need to take a step back and look at your house from a buyer’s perspective. Here are some household storage and home staging tips to help you sell your house!
Now that the Christmas rush and New Year festivities are well and truly behind us, 2019 is here! Bearing in mind you probably had to rearrange or store things over the holidays to make space for visitors, now it’s time to put everything back. This presents the perfect opportunity to declutter properly with the help of our checklist and effective storage tips.
We’ve all been there; faced with the mountain of things we’re supposed to keep but you don’t have to. Make 2019 the minimalist year so have a good old sort out session instead of stuffing everything back. It will only lead to more clutter and a serious waste of space. For an uncluttered 2019, we’ve highlighted a few key areas to help you get started. Continue reading →
The self storage industry is ever-increasing as more people and businesses need additional storage space without breaking the bank. Compared to renovating an existing building or renting additional rooms, self-storage facilities provide an affordable and convenient solution. It is the ideal alternative for people and businesses wanting to keep their assets and belongings in a secure location.
Besides financial considerations, there are several other reasons why more and more people are turning to self storage. Let’s take a look at a few of the main reasons why people use self storage.
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.
With the heatwave dissipating somewhat and a distinct chill in the air, it’s almost time to pack away your seasonal clothing. More people are walking around with trousers and hoodies gearing up for the cold weather ahead. Enjoy the last bit of sunshine as one season ends, another begins and with that, our seasonal storage tips.
Many of us can divide our wardrobes into spring, summer, autumn and winter collections which makes storage slightly easier. However, limited storage space in your cupboards and drawers means your clothes could end up all over the place. In the end, we keep an obscene amount of clothes in one big pile with winter woollies and summer clothes mixed together. Worst of all is that we probably won’t even wear half of the clothes we own. Continue reading →