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.
A big challenge for sole traders and some small businesses in the trades is the question around space. For anyone looking to keep expensive tools and equipment safe, tradesman storage should be your first choice.
If you’re a carpenter, electrician or plumber, why spend a fortune on business premises which will mostly be used for storing tools? At the same time, you shouldn’t keep work tools at home, in the van or garage. It could easily lead to damage or theft which is simply an avoidable and unnecessary expense.
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.
Many will agree that a garage often becomes the dumping ground for nearly everything, whether intentional or not. Between ladders, bikes, boxes, tools and golf clubs, there’s usually not much room for anything else. With the lockdown still in effect, and considering you can’t really go anywhere, you have more time to spend on garage storage and organising.
Regardless of what is causing your clutter, chances are you are likely not maximising the available space. There is no better time than the present as the weather is reasonable but not quite warm enough to relax in the garden so what can you do? You can also have a functional and clutter-free garage by using these helpful garage storage tips.