Finally, there is some light in the seemingly dark tunnel that has been the Covid-19 restrictions. The relaxing of some Covid rules means you can now meet outside with two households or a total of six people. If you haven’t already taken your outdoor furniture out of the shed, garage or garden storage, now is the time to do it.
Even though the weather is warming up, it’s not quite summer yet so you need to plan for the cooler evenings as well. In this article, we share some valuable tips on how to clean your outdoor furniture and a few wonderful ideas to keep warm when socialising outside.
Hopefully, the worst of the bad weather is over and that means getting out into the garden to tidy up or start a new project. If you planned properly and took our advice on garden equipment storage for winter, everything should be good to go.
For those who didn’t, you may need to give things a good clean, service or overhaul before you dive into your next gardening project. To help prepare you for the warmer season ahead, this guide is filled with essential tips on garden equipment storage and preparation. You’ll thank us later!
How much do you know about furniture storage and preparation? If you’re planning on putting furniture into long-term storage, you must take the necessary precautions to protect it for future generations.
It’s easier said than done as keeping furniture in peak condition does take some effort. Keep reading if you want to learn all about furniture preparation and furniture storage whether it’s going to the garage or a storage unit.
Considering moving a family member or friend to a care home can be a double-edged sword for many. There’s the relief that your loved one will be cared for when you’re not around but it’s accompanied by the often depressing process of clearing out their property. Household storage can help ease the burden somewhat as it provides a safe place to store their belongings. But first, you need to find the right care home and these tips can help.
Thinking of putting your house on
the market in the New Year? Homeowners know that selling your property is inevitable
at some stage in your life and, along with household storage, you need to
consider decluttering, cleaning and home staging regardless of the type of
property or reason for selling.
Whether your family is growing and you need a bigger house or the kids have left and it’s time to downsize, you want to get the maximum price possible when selling your house. To achieve that, you need to take a step back and look at your house from a buyer’s perspective. Here are some household storage and home staging tips to help you sell your house!