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.
An office move can be a big challenge
as it requires a lot of hard work and planning. With so many things to move,
such as office furniture, stock, documents and hard-to-pack electronics, office
storage can help streamline the process.
Many business owners would agree that business storage is rather limited as not everyone has sufficient space to store extra equipment, tools or products. Renting bigger premises or a warehouse could prove costly and a better solution would be renting a business storage unit.
If you are starting a new business, finding the right location is one of the most important factors. Same applies to your business storage needs as you strive to minimise cost and maximise profitability. It all starts with choosing the right storage solutions for your type of business.
What if you have an existing business and are in the process of expanding? What if you hired more staff, have a bigger fleet of vehicles or more products in your portfolio? Space can become a major issue for effective business storage but there is something you can do.
We take a quick look at how businesses use self storage and what to avoid or check before signing any contract. While business storage is an incredibly convenient, versatile and affordable option, there are still rules you need to adhere to.
We know that most of you don’t want to hear about Christmas before we’ve even had Halloween, but for businesses, it is a reality. Honestly, you should have been thinking about seasonal stock storage and Christmas since June.
For many it will simply be booking the annual staff party, but for retailers there is much more to consider. Increases or changing stock orders should already be finalised along with any additional stock storage requirements. The Christmas trade may well put a strain on the current storage needs for market traders and small retailers. Many small cafes have started selling locally produced arts and crafts within their business during the Christmas period.
If all this makes you somewhat nervous, self storage could be the answer to all your storage woes. Every year we provide stock storage for countless businesses from all sizes. Not only do we provide peace of mind with clean, dry and secure units, our rates are exceptionally competitive. We’ll share some tips on how to store your seasonal goods to help minimise damage during storage and in transit.
Self storage is the ideal solution for anyone looking for additional space at a low cost. It’s also important to look for a storage facility as close to your home or office as possible. Nowadays finding anything online is so much simpler with Google search where people use ‘near me’ searches more frequently. Have you searched for storage units near me? If you haven’t yet, you should try it and see what comes up in the search results. Continue reading →