Arranging Self Storage in London
Sometimes, when you are moving, you might find that there is not enough space for all your belongings. Sorting out the storage in London, on top of moving, is probably not something you feel like spending lots of time on. This is why we want to give you few little tips that hopefully will help you out on this!
You might need storage if you are moving out from a house before your new home is ready, if some of your furniture does not fit in your new place or, simply, if you want to give a new look to your new house without getting rid off your old things. Whatever your reason is, storage companies can be a good solution for you. They basically provide limited space on large warehouses or lockups that you can rent. The spaces available in London widely vary in size and, consequently, in price.
Relatives’ garages and basements are great for short-term storage, but they will not protect your belongings from the elements or from possible accidents, such as fires or flooding. We strongly recommend you to rent storage to avoid inconveniences and headaches, as it is highly unlikely that your goods get damaged while in storage. Your belongings will be insured, protected and secure.
It is always important to research how much space you will need for your things, how much access you will have to your furniture once stored, and what kind of notice you need to give. Prices also depend on this. Ask around in order to get a good deal for your storage needs in London. If you are unsure of what storage company to contract, please check our Storage Directory or give us a call and we will be more than happy to advise you.
Labeling the removal boxes is one of the most important things to do when you plan a relocation, especially when it comes to a bigger relocation to a new place further away from your old home, as well as relocation with numerous, big and heavy removal boxes.
Labeling will ensure an easy and a better orientation among the piles of boxes and items, which one is the perfect way for quick removal activities like loading and unloading the moving van, and two, it's the perfect way for your helpers to know what's inside each box. Because of that, a great idea is to use small and easy to understand notes or labels, as well as ones that include as much as possible information about the content of a box. Take a look: