Are you looking to create extra space at home? Are you thinking of spending some of the money you saved during lockdown on home renovations? Let’s face it, not being able to go out to bars, restaurants or even on holiday means many of us have a little bit extra to work with.
Even if you are not planning on selling any time soon, it’s good to know which home improvements could help you in the long run. Don’t forget to consider renovation storage as it can really help keep your home improvement projects more organised.
In this article we take a closer look at what you should be doing to add value to your property and how renovation storage can make a significant difference.
When renting a self storage unit, many people often neglect to think about the long-term impact. This includes self storage payments and the real issues around what happens when you don’t pay. Just think of the TV show, Storage Wars and how they auction the contents of those cheap storage units.
The question we often get asked is whether self storage centres can actually arrange public auctions if customers don’t pay. Well, the answer is “Yes” and “No”. Whilst they have the right to hold or sell the contents until any debt has been repaid, there is a process every storage facility must follow.
Putting Covid-19 aside for a moment, we’d like to shift the focus to some of the most frequently asked questions relating to self storage.
As people sort through their belongings at home or the office, many may be considering self storage for the first time. Anyone unfamiliar with the process will have several questions that require answers which is exactly what this article can help with.
Even with the coronavirus lockdown in place, more and more people are cycling for exercise. While some are experienced and understand cycling safety, maintenance and proper bicycle storage, others are novices who need some guidance.
For that very reason, we’ve put together a little guide for you and your family. We look at how to stay safe on the road, the sort of safety equipment you need, how to maintain your bike and, of course, bicycle storage.
The Covid-19 lockdown has resulted in many of us clearing out the house, garage and loft. While people have decided on what to keep, bin, donate or sell, you still can’t really go anywhere. With rubbish tips, recycling centres and charity shops mostly closed and car boot sales not being allowed just yet, your best option is short term self storage.