Is your home or office packed to the rafters with belongings you don’t have room for anymore? Or are you looking for a temporary spot to keep everything safe whilst renovating or moving? If that’s the case, it’s time to consider renting a short term storage unit to free up some much-needed space.Continue reading
With winter just around the corner, have you put any thoughts into garden equipment storage and maintenance? If you are like most families in the UK with garden tools, furniture and other equipment outside, you may want to sit down, grab a cuppa and continue reading for some expert advice. You’ll thank us later!Continue reading
Space is often an issue especially when the kids are still around and you make-do with what you have. However, what happens when your 20-something moves out whether they’re going to uni or a place of their own? This is the perfect time to clear out and a temporary storage unit may come in very handy.
The options seem endless now as you have extra space to play with so what are you going to do? Are you thinking of converting bedrooms into dressing rooms or a snug reading room? Maybe you have your sights set on a sewing room, gym or a man cave.Continue reading
With only a few days left before bidding 2018 farewell, have you given any thought to your New Year goals? Many of us start a new year with the best intentions to effect change but we often fail miserably. One of the main reasons this happens is setting unachievable goals or putting too much unnecessary pressure on ourselves.
Let’s face it, change is difficult and we’re not talking about painting a room baby blue instead of cream. Many New Year goals involve losing weight, quit smoking, getting a better job or making more of an effort to see certain people. Whatever your goals are for 2019, make sure they are small and achievable. Perhaps we can help prepare you for a better 2019 with some simple, yet effective goal setting tips.Continue reading
End of the year is approaching and many people are either thinking about home improvements, selling or extending. Considering the current state of the UK housing market, unless you have to move, perhaps you could renovate your existing home instead to keep costs down.
If you are moving, what can you do to add value and improve saleability and is it worth the effort? There is no point in spending tons of money if you are not going to recover it. At the same time, what should you do to add value to your house if you want to stay?Continue reading