There are a lot of things to think about when moving to a new house. Not only is there the preparation of your old house for moving out, but also the organisation of everything you are taking with you, from utilities and letters all the way to possessions and furniture. To make the build up to moving day much easier and less taxing on you, we’ve come up with a list to help you approach all the main tasks with ease.
Sometimes homes or offices just aren’t quite big enough to incorporate everything we want to do. If you need a designated space for an activity, work, or storage, there’s no reason why a self-storage unit can’t provide that space for you. In this blog, we show you some alternative uses for self-storage units to help you gain some more space in your life.
A disorganised storage space is no use to anyone, as you won’t be able to find anything. The chances are you’ve decided to hire a storage unit to reduce the clutter in your home or business and get your valuable possessions and assets in order. If you need to access those items on a regular basis, you need to be able to reach them with ease.
When it comes to storing possessions and valuable stock, there are a few options to choose from, one of which is portable storage. Unlike traditional self-storage, portable storage typically consists of a container which is shipped to you. Once you’ve filled it with your possessions, it’s then either shipped back to the warehouse/compound or you can keep it on your land (if you have the space).
If you’re not sure whether self-storage or portable storage is the best option for your needs, this guide will help you decide.
If there’s one room in the house that tends to get used as a dumping ground, it’s the garage. It’s a convenient space, for sure, but is it really the best place to keep those old electronics, the kids’ bikes and other odds and ends?
We’ve compared the pros and cons of storing your possessions in your garage rather than a dedicated space below, so you can decide for yourself.