Considering moving a family member or friend to a care home can be a double-edged sword for many. There’s the relief that your loved one will be cared for when you’re not around but it’s accompanied by the often depressing process of clearing out their property. Household storage can help ease the burden somewhat as it provides a safe place to store their belongings. But first, you need to find the right care home and these tips can help.Continue reading
Covid-19 has forced many people to work from home which means companies are probably wondering if things will ever go back to ‘normal’. If an organisation can manage operations with most staff members working remotely, do they still need such a big office? Could the pandemic lead to office downsizing and an increase in the need for business storage units?Continue reading
Many people who face the idea of downsizing when retiring often have mixed emotions. Leaving the family home filled with happy memories once the kids have moved on is a daunting and emotional experience. Not only that but decluttering a life time’s worth of possessions and the moving process in itself can be a monumental challenge. It’s not all doom and gloom as downsizing can actually offer massive financial and practical benefits, now and for the future.Continue reading
Downsizing, 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.Continue reading
House clearance can mean different things to different people. We all need to get rid of unwanted items at some point and good household storage solutions can really help. A full house clearance is the easiest way to rid your home, garage, room or attic of items you no longer need. This extends to furniture, antiques, collectibles, valuable and non-valuable goods.
Depending on the circumstances, it can be a difficult time so don’t rush into anything. You may regret it later if you bring in a house clearance firm before doing any organising yourself. Continue reading