- On January 18, 2017
Now 2017 has started, you may have plans to de-clutter your home. As they always say, a clearer home is a clearer mind. Self-storage could actually be an alternative to discarding your clutter entirely, but instead, keeps it safe, should you ever need to have access to these items in future. Here are three ways you can use self-storage as part of your de-cluttering process:
1. Store furniture
If you are hoping to renovate your home, storing old furniture until you can find another alternative may be a good option if you wish to start decorating as quickly as possible. Also if you are hoping to exercise in your home as an alternative to the gym, you may also need to make room for new equipment. If you have the odd piece of furniture that you don’t need but can’t bear to part with, it may be worth hiring a self-storage unit.
2. Keep old clothes
Whether you are hoping to lose weight or your children have outgrown their clothes, a self-storage unit would be a good option if you ever needed them in the future. It can be hard throwing away clothing, therefore keeping them as a backup plan is always a good option. Losing weight can be an aggravating process of fluctuating between clothing sizes, therefore having somewhere to store clothes until you have reached your end goal may be an idea. Likewise, you may decide to have more children who could use those old baby grows!
3. Clear out drawers
Drawers can become full of unnecessary junk. You may forget what you have stored away, therefore having a good clear-out can make space for new items. You may come across items you don’t want to throw away but just haven’t got the room for, which is where self-storage could come in useful. For example, old toys or items from your past that deserve a safe place.
If you would like any further information on hiring a self-storage unit in 2017, please visit our website. We offer units in Manchester to suit all lifestyles. Whether for business or domestic purposes, we’d be happy to help.