Easter is a perfect time to think about utilising a self storage unit. With a much welcome double bank holiday it’s the time many of our customers have a spring clean, re-decorate and declutter. Decluttering doesn’t always mean you want to get rid of everything so storage could be your perfect choice to creating a calm space ready for the summer months.
Traditionally this is the time the property market springs to life and homeowners are looking to put their property on the market. Decluttering is a crucial start of getting your home ready to sell. It also gets the job of packing up started early so you’re not under so much pressure when moving day arrives.
If you’re looking to re-decorate prior to putting your home on the market transferring some of your belongings into storage will prevent any damage and create more space making the task so much easier.
Once Easter has passed you’ll need to store any decorations for next year. Many of our customers use storage units to store seasonal items (like Easter, Halloween and Christmas decorations), swapping between them during the seasons. It’s so simple to do this as all of our customers have unique PIN entry and can access units whenever it suits them, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
In the spring and summer months seasonal Autumn and Christmas items are placed in storage.
In the Winter months bikes, BBQs and garden furniture can all be safely stored away and kept safe from the harsh weather conditions.
Don’t forget that as restrictions lift over the coming weeks and months socialising in other people’s homes will happen once again. If you want to get your home ready for entertaining again, we’d be happy to help.
If you’re not sure where to start we have a very useful guide to choosing the right size self storage unit but our friendly team are always on hand to help with any questions you may have. If you’re unsure about the best size unit please give us a call we’d love to give you some help and advice. Our sites in Trafford and Stockport are centrally located and easily accessible from the M60.