This year must have been one of the oddest ever with floods, droughts, wildfires, hurricanes and the ever-present coronavirus. Looking back at 2020, we’re all hoping for a more positive, healthier New Year as it can’t get any worse, right?
With the Olympics being cancelled along with many other major events like the Eurovision Song Contest, and a plethora of live conferences and exhibitions across all industries, we sure are eager to wave goodbye to what has been a tumultuous year.
If you’re like us and love the outdoors whether it’s cycling, golfing, canoeing, kayaking or paddleboarding, winter is never a welcome sight. However, it is inevitable and with that comes the responsibility of safely storing sports equipment. Considering most of it is rather expensive, these sports equipment storage tips will help keep everything in excellent condition for next season.
With autumn in full swing and winter just around the corner, it’s time to revisit some essentials for clothes storage. The colder weather is a clear indicator that it’s time to organise and pack away those summer clothes so you can make room for all your winter woollies. Besides, why clutter your wardrobe with clothing you are not going to wear for the next few months?
Let’s face it, organising seasonal clothes can be frustrating as it takes more than simply tossing everything into a box and putting it in the loft. Unless you want to ruin your favourite dress or pair of summer trousers, you’re better off following these important tips on effective clothes storage.
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.
Are you considering a Staycation or renting your home out for some time? Have you considered the best way to ensure secure storage for your belongings?
The coronavirus is continuing to put a dampener on holidays abroad and that means more people are turning to ‘Staycations’. That means going on a short holiday without leaving your own country which has resulted in more people using sites like Airbnb or Home Exchange.