Spring is here at last! The days are longer and there’s a buzz in the air. It’s the perfect time of year to transform our homes and workspaces that we’ve been dreaming of all winter. As restrictions begin to ease, we can get to work on making those changes – perhaps you want to make more space for a study or a fancy new extension, clear out the garden shed or maybe you have decided to have a real go at spring cleaning because you can’t keep telling yourself you’ll do it next year.
Below are a few ways that self-storage might benefit you this spring.
The season of spring has seemingly crept up on us out of nowhere, which only means one thing: the deep clean we’ve been putting off all year needs to be done.
As you work through your spring cleaning, it’s likely you’ve gathered plenty of belongings that don’t need to be in your living space all year-round. Things like winter clothes, sports equipment and general seasonal items can take up a lot of unnecessary living space and won’t be missed until you need them again. Self-storage provides a safe, secure and convenient option for storing your goods while allowing easy access if when you want to retrieve something quickly. Whether you need a long or short-term place to keep your stuff, self-storage has the solution.
The builders are coming! You need to get your belongings out of the house and away from all the dust and debris that’s coming! Clear your space, store it in a self-storage unit and keep it safe from the builder’s sledge hammer until the jobs complete. When the hammering has stopped and cement mixer has gone, move your goods back home to where they belong.
Get those green fingers going again, clear out the garden shed giving you the space for potting, seeding and storing your tools. It might even be the space for a little snooze in the afternoon! Self-storage will take care of the Christmas tree and decorations until it’s that time again.
For many letting and estate agencies, spring can be the busiest time of year. If you’re in the process of moving during this season, you may find you need somewhere to store the contents of your house while you go through the process of moving between homes.
Self-storage offers a wide range of unit sizes; whether you only need to store a few pieces of furniture or everything but the kitchen sink (unless you’re bringing that too), there’ll be something to suit your needs for the period you require.
As the end of term draws closer, many students will be preparing for the summer break. This could mean you’re moving back home for a while or moving in with a friend. Alternatively, if you are starting a new job or thinking of moving from one student accommodation to another in a few months’ time, you may need somewhere to store your belongings in the meantime.
Self-storage provides a flexible option for students; with small affordable units available for short term rent or larger units that will hold the contents of a complete flat, Self-storage could provide the perfect option.