Stock Storage Solutions For Christmas

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None of us want to think about it but October is almost here and next on the calendar is Christmas. Can you believe it? Halloween is also still to come and if you’re a retail business, seasonal stock storage must be on your mind. Black Friday is another potential headache in-between so be sure you have enough space for all your business storage needs. By now many have ordered stock for the Christmas rush but there’s still time for final preparations. If you’re only just starting the process, here are some handy tips. Continue reading

Organising Your Kitchen at Christmas

christmas kitchen food and tableJust over a week to go until the big day. Presents are bought or in the process of being bought or delivered, cards are posted and the food and drink shopping list is being made up. You may even be lucky enough to know how many you’re cooking Christmas or Boxing Day lunch for and when people are due to visit. The only thing left to do is dig out all those Christmas kitchen essentials that come out but once a year!

Extra large roasting tin, extra crockery, cutlery, glassware and general cookware, not only needs to be located but also needs somewhere to live for the next couple of weeks that will be close to hand. The chances are all those things are probably stuffed in the back or on top of a cupboard somewhere. They could be stored in the loft or garage or even away from home is a small self storage unit. Wherever they are, it’s time to dig them out. And it’s not just the additional pots and pans that will need a home, there’s the additional food and drink to think about too. Your fridge and freezer which normally cope so well are about to become overloaded! Continue reading

Preparing for Christmas visitors

christmas visitors at dinner tableRight now you are probably busy reviewing the calendar and trying to fit in your visits to other people for Christmas. It’s highly likely that you are also preparing for your own Christmas visitors. They may be coming for a few hours, a few days or even weeks. There may be 1 or 2 at a time, a few more, or, if you’re planning a big get together, a house full!

Bags under the stairs, toys around the floors and easily breakable items all need to be moved, for safety reasons as well as to avoid damage. You don’t want grandma to trip over something, or the youngest member of the family to hurt themselves playing with something they shouldn’t; and you don’t want your favourite ornament or picture to get knocked off the shelf or wall. Continue reading

Space Centre Self Storage Christmas Opening Hours

space centre self storage christmas opening hoursThere are just a few weeks to go until Christmas so here are the Space Centre Self Storage Christmas opening hours to help you plan over the festive period.

Our Christmas hours are also on our website and pinned to the top of our social media accounts, so you should be able to find them wherever you look.

If you have any questions about accessing your unit over the Christmas period, please get in touch.

  • Christmas Eve – 9am to 2pm
  • Christmas Day – Closed
  • Boxing Day – Closed
  • Tuesday 27th December – Closed
  • Wednesday 28th December – 9am to 5pm
  • Thursday 29th December – 9am to 5pm
  • Friday 30th December – 9am to 5pm
  • New Years Eve – 9am to 2pm
  • New Years Day – Closed
  • Monday 2nd January – Closed
  • Tuesday 3rd January – 9am to 5pm

We hope you all have a Happy Christmas and New Year

Storage solutions to the Christmas present hiding problem

storage solutions for christmas presetnsWhether you’re a last minute shopper or a longer term planner, when it comes to Christmas presents they need to stay hidden until they’re ready to be handed over. For many people finding storage solutions that keep them safe, undamaged and hidden isn’t always easy. If you have children, it can feel almost impossible.

This is the time when your children suddenly start offering to tidy up, poking their heads in to linen cupboards that they’ve not been in for nearly a year; offering to help clean out the garage or go up into the loft the get the Christmas decorations down. In fact, it’s thought that two thirds of children go hunting for their Christmas presents before Christmas Day.

For some, the answer is to move things from place to place hoping to outrun the snoopers, but this doesn’t always work. If they can’t find what they’re looking for, they will do the next best thing – turn to Google! A couple of smart search terms will not only reveal the common places where parents hide presents, but also tips on how to find them and avoid getting caught snooping!
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