Self Storage Units
When moving into a new home you may find that your best option is self storage. If your new home is too small, not finished, or you just don’t want to keep some of your old things there, self storage units are a great way to keep your items safe and secure. You can keep goods and belongings in different types of facilities, including heated storage units, outdoor storage units, and closet space storage unit (enquire at your chosen facilitie for full details). Many people are finding it difficult to manage their storage spaces and are turning to self-storage as a solution to cluttered homes and offices. Whether you’re looking to store just a few items, archive your business paperwork or put most of your possessions in a safe place for a few weeks, months, or years, this could be a cost-effective and flexible solution for you.
The size of unit you need depends on both how much you want to store and how tightly you want to pack the goods. It is a good idea to use similar sized sturdy boxes, which can easily be stacked (consult your facility for packaging materials) and to fill large objects such as wardrobes and chests with smaller items.
Self Storage Units
Should your requirements change, most facilities will be able to offer extra units or you can move to a larger or smaller unit. To the right is a guide to help you choose the correct size of unit.
“Should your requirements change, most facilities will be able to offer extra units or you can move to a larger or smaller unit”.
Most self-storage providers have systems in place that will help you decide for yourself how much space to take. These calculators or estimators can be found on the majority of self-storage web sites. Others will describe their units in terms that will help you visualize how much space you need.