The first question on everyone’s mind when they consider self storage is
how much space they need. Regardless of how much you want to store, it’s never
easy knowing what size self storage unit you should rent. It’s even harder to
picture where everything from the living room, bedroom or kitchen will go.
Self-storage units of all different sizes are used by a wide variety of
individuals and businesses. Whether you’re renovating, moving house or to a new
office, it’s a stressful process. Running out of space at home or the office is
not ideal but that’s what makes self storage the perfect solution.
Today, there are so many self storage providers and finding one that
best suits your needs can be challenging. With all these available options,
there is no room for bad customer service or poor quality self storage units. Avoid
the pitfalls and always do extensive online research to check the company’s
reputation. Don’t accept anything less than superb and always consider reputable
self storage providers.
Statistics indicate that the UK self storage industry is continuing on
its upward curve as more people are turning to storage facilities. Demand for storage
is higher than ever where the UK leads Europe with 47% of the total number of
facilities. Small businesses use self storage as an extension to the office which
helps reduce overheads and adds convenience. This has only added to the overall
value of storage facilities as their purpose and use continues to expand.
for whatever reason, can be a challenging process as there is so much to
consider. What do you keep and throw away? What if you want to hold onto things
that just won’t fit in your new, smaller property? Besides planning ahead and
being vigilant when clearing out, self storage units are extremely beneficial when
it comes to downsizing. We take a look at a few downsizing tips along with best
practices when using self storage units.
been a year since our last post on Brexit and not much has changed. There is
still a sense of uncertainty around how it will affect the housing market and
self storage as well. There’s no denying that some sellers have been waiting
with bated breath with hopes of a higher post-Brexit price. Other buyers have been
reluctant to purchase due to fears that the prices may drop in the event of a
people solely blame Brexit, there may be more to it than that. There has been a
cause of concern about the UK housing market since the 2008 crash and we haven’t
seen a noticeable increase in transactions since. With Boris Johnson replacing
Theresa May as Prime Minister, could we see a shift in momentum or is it too
soon to tell?