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Storage Tips for Busy People

When you are busy, it can be hard to stay organised. However, paradoxically, it's also essential for busy people to stay organised. Hi, my name is Warren, and I am a collector of stamps, old figurines, model trains, ancient coins, old magazines and antique metal pill containers. However, I also live in a small flat, which means I have to hire a storage unit, and I am a very busy person. As a result of necessity, I have learned a lot of organisational storage strategies and time saving tips, and I am here to share them with you. If you are a busy person with storage needs, I invite you to explore my blog.

Overcoming Space Barriers With Slimline Tanks

More and more people are becoming conscious of water conservation. As a result, rainwater tanks have been one of the main talking points. The concept of rainwater tanks is rather simple; rainwater is collected in a reservoir for general purposes such as drinking, washing, bathing and so on. With many people relocating to courtyard homes, smaller house blocks, apartments and retirement units, finding space for the installation of traditional round water tank becomes problematic. Read More 

Putting Clothes Into Long-Term Storage: 3 Top Tips

If you are planning on travelling and spending an extended period of time abroad, you may be thinking about putting your clothes into a self-storage unit. However, when you are putting your clothes into storage, it is important that you take precautions and steps to protect them from damage. Below is a guide which will help to ensure that your clothes emerge from the storage unit in the same condition they entered it. Read More 

Why Professional Removalists Are a Worthwhile Investment

The thought of moving house can be quite overwhelming. Not only do you have to ensure that the new home will be ready for your relocation, but you also have to spend weeks on end packing up your old house and getting your loved ones ready. Despite all this, some individuals would rather take on this task on their own rather than hire professional removalists. The reason for this is because they believe it would be much cheaper to handle the relocation on their own. Read More 

Two Reasons to Use a Self-Storage Facility During Your Renovation Project

If you're planning to renovate your home in the near future, it may be a good idea to rent out a self-storage unit before the renovation project begins. Read on to find out why. To protect your belongings from damage Renovation work is, by its very nature, chaotic and messy. Even if you are lucky enough to have a very neat, tidy and conscientious renovation crew, the reality is that your home will end up bearing at least a slight resemblance to a landfill site during this project. Read More 

Six Tips to Consider When Using Shipping Containers for Back Garden Storage

Shipping containers can work perfectly to provide extra storage on your property, but before investing in one of these containers, there are several things you may want to consider. Take a look at these ideas. 1. Compare the Cost of Shipping Containers and Sheds In some cases, shipping containers can be significantly less expensive than sheds. For instance, if a trucking company in your area is selling lots of old shipping containers, that can drive down prices. Read More