Self storage for decoration is something to really consider while moving or redecorating. As with most things in life, preparation is vital. Perhaps you’re moving or looking to add an extension, a conservatory, a new kitchen or bathroom or simply a new coat of paint. What will you do with the furniture? How do you pack and safely store your small, personal belongings? What is the best way to use self storage for decoration?
Whatever project you take on, small or large, your belongings need protection and safe storage. This includes protection against dust, paint and damage either from moving around or the builders themselves. Self storage for decoration is important in getting a room ready and neglecting this step could put your renovations and decoration work at risk. Continue reading →
What we don’t see though is behind the scenes. There is so much to consider when setting up for a show and theatre storage is one of them. Many people associate self-storage with e-bay traders or small home based businesses but all sorts of people use self-storage. Continue reading →
Are you moving house and do you have a moving checklist? There is so much more to consider besides planning for moving day itself. You also need to make arrangements before, during and after the move which is where thorough planning and preparation are vital.
Moving house is one of the most stressful things you’ll do in your life. To help you through this process, we’ve put together a handy home moving checklist which will ensure your move is as stress-free as possible. Continue reading →
If you’re a sole trader like a carpenter, electrician or plumber, you don’t have to spend a fortune on business premises which will mostly be used for storing your tools.
So before you decide on making a big investment in a business property, consider a self-storage unit. Storage units come in various sizes and a 120 or 200 square foot unit will cost considerably less than a business property and still offers all the space you need. Continue reading →
I think most parents will agree that student storage is certainly a topic for endless discussions. Well, it’s almost that time of year again when many terms end around May or June and the kids will arrive home with everything but the kitchen sink – or maybe they’ll bring that along too.
The thing is, do they really need to bring everything back? Maybe they don’t feel comfortable leaving their valuables unattended for 3 months. As a parent, what do you do? You could buy a bigger house or simply Continue reading →