Four Benefits of Self-Storage during the Festive Period
1. Santa’s storage helper
Whether it’s a bike, a play house or a drum kit that the children have asked for this year, it can be difficult to keep bulky presents hidden from inquisitive eyes. Keep these presents a surprise by storing them in a self- storage room until Santa needs to deliver them on Christmas Eve. Rest assured that they will be kept safe and sound and locked away until they’re needed.
2. Family visits
If the festive period involves a visit from friends/family who are travelling some distance and staying with you for a while, you may well need to clear a little space in the spare room. Again a self-storage room will provide a safe home from home for your possessions whilst your spare room is occupied. Need to retrieve something once it’s gone into storage? No problem, you can access your own room during office hours.
3. Frosty mornings
It’s another icy morning or even worse, we’re knee deep in snow and the car needs de-icing because it’s stood on the driveway all night. If only you could clear the garage, put the car away at night and avoid the de-icing process in a morning. Here’s where self-storage rooms come into play. Move all of the items you have stored in the garage that you won’t need for the winter; the lawn mower, garden tools, deckchairs etc and pop them into self-storage room.
4. Driving home for Christmas
If you’re at university and are returning home for the Christmas period, you may have to clear out your room if you’re in halls of residence. To save yourself the hassle of taking the entire contents of your bedroom home, and then bringing it all back again at the start of the next term, renting a self-storage room will give you a safe and secure home from home for your term time essentials. If there’s a group of you and your friends that need storage, why not group together and share a storage room and split the costs.
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