has gone (or so it appears) and we’re all hoping for some warmer weather. With
that comes storing clothes which can be more challenging for some than for
others. If your wardrobe and chest of drawers are stuffed with winter woollies,
perhaps it’s time for a clear out.
some, storing clothes for all seasons is not a problem especially if they have additional
wardrobe space. They simply move their summer clothes to the front while
relegating the winter woollies to the back. Unfortunately, not everyone has
that luxury and you need to get creative with storage ideas.
Tradesmen, both sole traders and
businesses, need space for storing work tools and equipment. Having a safe
space to store tools and equipment is a common concern for gardeners, plumbers, self-employed builders or electricians
among others. These are all tradespeople looking to solve the problem of
storing work tools in a safe, convenient and affordable manner.
Considering the escalating costs of obtaining business
premises, there are very few sole traders who have an actual office. Why waste money on renting or buying business
premises when you can simply rent a long-term self storage unit?
More people are choosing to rent a
self storage unit and why not, it just makes sense. Most of us have too much
junk cluttering our homes, garages, or sheds which makes a self storage unit
the ideal solution. Not only are they great for households but many businesses
have gone down this route as well.
By using self storage, you can safely
store all of your belongings and access them at any time. For those who like to
collect things, when the time is right, you can sell some of it on eBay, at a car
boot sale or pass them on to friends or family.
Running a business from home is a
simple option if you don’t need a rented or owned premises. Not every type of
business can be easily operated from home as some require business storage. Working
from home is common for people who only need a small office space, who mainly
work on their computers or spend most of their time on their client’s premises.
Working from home may not be ideal if
it significantly changes the use of your home or affects your local area. For
example, if you rent your home and receive lots of visitors, your licence or
lease may include some restrictions. While more people are running
a business from home, is it really for you?
There’s no denying that moving house
is a challenging as there is so much to remember before, during and after. If
you’re in the process of moving or planning a move soon, just thinking about
everything you need to organise may stress you out a little.
There are so many things going
through your mind when moving house with several burning questions such as: What
are the local schools like? What are the local health services like? How long
will my commute to work be? Is there good public transport? Are there good
childcare facilities nearby? What about gyms, sports clubs and restaurants?
Fact is, the list goes on and many reports suggest that moving house is even more stressful than break-ups or changing jobs. Perhaps you’ve come across this article at the perfect time as our handy moving checklist may just be your saving grace.