Self-storage: What can you store?
Self-access storage can be beneficial for many reasons and is suitable for private, commercial and industrial use. If you are considering using self-storage but are wondering what exactly you can store then please keep reading.
You can virtually store what you wish apart from any illegal, perishable or flammable items. Storing drugs or narcotics is strictly prohibited. Your chosen self-storage facility should require you to take out some insurance just for added protection whilst your items are in store and will need an inventory of what you will be storing.
You can use self-storage to store furniture, household goods and personal effects when moving home, renovating your redecorating your home. Any antiques or other valuable possessions, gardening equipment you don’t have room for in your home but don’t want to get rid of could be put in secure storage.
If you are a student you may wish to put your personal items you don’t need on a daily basis in store – whether you are an international student or just live a few hours away from home it can be difficult to constantly transport your items back and forth. Especially as many people have to completely vacate their student residence over Christmas and Easter breaks –why not utilise
Small business owners may consider using self-storage to store, office furnishings, specialist equipment, IT equipment, excess stock, documents or archives. Using self-storage is a lot cheaper than privately renting or buying your own premises when you only require an extra bit of room.
If you need self-storage in Wolverhampton please contact Burke Bros Self Storage on 01902 714555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.