Due to the Covid pandemic and subsequent lockdowns, people have spent more time at home over the past couple of years, and there has been an increase in home renovation and DIY projects as people want to improve their living (and now often work) space.
What is inevitable though is that home renovations will cause disruption to your day-to-day routine and around the home!
To help minimise disruption, the first step should be to remove everything from the area you are planning to renovate and then decide what you are going to do with these furniture and belongings. If you have the space, moving belongings into areas of your home where you are not carrying out the work is an option, however dust from renovations has a tendency to get everywhere and risk potential damage to items.
That is why many people turn to self-storage when they are carrying out renovations at home as it not only means items are stored safely well away from the work being carried out, it also frees up space in the home to focus on the renovations in hand for either yourselves or builders if you have employed them to carry out the work.
Placing items in storage will also mean less disruption to your home and life as the rest of your living or work space will be free from clutter.
With our flexible pay as you go contracts, available on a week-by-week basis, it also means if your renovation works overrun you can extend the rental period for your unit quickly and easily. Whether you are carrying out a whole house renovation or just one room, we offer a range of unit sizes from 15sq ft up to 180sq ft so there will be a storage unit that is right for you.
If you are planning some home renovation work this summer or autumn, then contact us to find out about our short-term self-storage options.