It’s nearly that time of year again when university students start winding down. June signals the mass exodus of students from campus and accommodation looking for safe student storage options. For those forced to leave due to landlord agreements, where will you store your belongings for the summer?
Your clothes, laptop and other valuables will go home with you but what about everything else? Do you really want to bring home car loads of pots, pans, dishes, your DVD player and television? The biggest downside is that you’ll have to load it all up and take it back again in 12 weeks. Right about now you should really think about renting a student storage locker close to university.
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 →
Summer markets and festivals are almost in full swing again and effective stock storage is essential. Whether you’re an online retailer, have a shop premises or you have a stall at an event, do you really need to keep all your stock with you? In fact, many businesses use self-storage facilities for stock storage as it keeps their home or office uncluttered.
The greatest benefit here is peace of mind. People know they can access things whenever they need to and that it’s kept clean, dry and safely locked away. Continue reading →
It’s almost time again for the Bristol Harbourside Triathlon! For those taking part this Sunday, we hope that you’re fit and ready for the 1500m swim, 40km cycle and 10km run. In saying that, storing sports equipment is as important as storing furniture or other valuables especially if you’re an avid sports person. Storing a swimsuit and your trainers are easy but what about your expensive bike? Continue reading →
Right now you might be thinking about redecorating. You’ve given the rooms a good clean to make sure you’ve got all the remnants of the christmas tree, moved the sofas to retrieve the bits of party poppers left from New Year and in stepping back to take a look and congratulate yourself on a job well done, you realise that it’s probably time for a lick of paint. You may even be thinking of a bigger renovation. Did having all the family around at Christmas make you think you need a little more space?
If so, whatever your project, large or small you need to consider how to protect your belongings against dust, paint and maybe even the builders themselves.
Safe storage of your belongings is key to your preparations. If you neglect the organisation and protection of your belongings, it could take the shine off your renovation and decoration work.
Here are five safe storage tips to make sure everything goes smoothly