Did you have to close your shop during the lockdown? Are you having trouble managing your stock storage system effectively?
Let’s face it, the last six months have been difficult for many businesses, especially market traders and small retailers. It also hasn’t helped that no markets were allowed or shops couldn’t stay open until late not to mention the cancelling of so many festivals.
Any number of these factors may have resulted in you having to store more stock than usual which is a challenge in itself. And, with Christmas just around the corner, it would be in your best interest to take heed of these simple stock storage tips if you don’t want to lose any money or sleep for that matter.
Do you have a vinyl collection but don’t know how to take proper care of it? Considering they are making a comeback, storing vinyl records correctly may just be the single most important thing you can do to keep those memories alive and pass them onto the next generation.
As with most things, there’s a right and wrong way of storing things and vinyl records are no different. In this article, we will share some valuable tips on how to store and what not to do.
People choose self storage for various reasons and at different times in their lives. Some examples include moving to a smaller property, decluttering or spring cleaning, kids leaving home or businesses requiring more space. Our Gloucester self storage facility has everything you need with top quality units, customer service and pricing to match.
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.
The UK self storage industry is
growing and with that so is our Stroud self storage facility. We announced late
2018 and early 2019 our plans to expand our Stroud site and it’s taking shape
even with a few obstacles along the way.