Storing paperwork: Simple filing systems for your records

Even though our reliance on computers has become frustratingly absolute, most of us probably have more than a few stacks of paper, box files or fat envelopes full of receipts cluttering up our homes, offices, and home offices. Anyone who has been buried in an avalanche of tax forms at some point in their life will know all too well the importance of keeping a well-organised filing system. ..

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Take your hobbies to the extreme with self-storage

What’s your passion in life? If you’re lucky, it’s something very inexpensive that doesn’t take up much space – but what are the chances of that? Anything that’s really worth doing can all too easily take over your life, your house, or your bank account! ..

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Let self-storage take care of your valuables  

What’s the most valuable thing you own? Is it an ornament or heirloom? Antiques or fine art? Perhaps a collection of medals? Whatever it is, these prized possessions, usually with a unique combination of monetary and sentimental value, will likely be totally irreplaceable. ..

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After some extra income? How self-storage can help

For most of us, the feeling of being short on cash is probably all too familiar on any day of
the month other than payday. But even if you’re lacking in funds, there’s a very good
chance that you’ve got a valuable resource available that you can monetise, and you
probably don’t even know it. ..

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Store your garden furniture for winter

September is well and truly under way and it’s time to face facts. The long sun drenched days of hanging out in the back garden are over. It’s time to pack away your garden furniture, the barbecue and even some of your garden tools for the winter.  ..

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Are your war medals more valuable than you think?

Are you sitting on boxes of war memorabilia, medals from veterans of the Great War? If so, maybe you need to think about keeping them safe. ..

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Redecorate and keep the sunshine in your life (despite autumn’s best efforts)

As the evenings draw in there is nothing like looking at the four walls that you will see for the whole winter ahead to make you want to redecorate. It’s been a lovely summer, albeit an early one, and the prospect of the winter can be bleak. You can be forgiven for wanting to inject colour into your home. ..

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Top 5 things to do once you have moved in

Once you have moved house, it seems like there are an awful lot of things to be done to get everything running smoothly. Save time with this simple checklist to make sure you don’t forget anything: ..

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Self storage FAQs: What you don’t know about self storage [Infographic]

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Free Self Storage - for a limited time only

It’s not often that you get something for free in life. So when you can you should grab it with both hands. ..

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Your 8 page guide to choosing the right self storage facility [downloadable guide]

Find out what you need to know before you even talk to a self storage provider and what you need to be asking a self storage facility BEFORE you sign on the dotted line. ..

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How much does self storage really cost

In the recent Annual Industry Survey carried out by Deloitte and Touche 27% of people surveyed admit to having no idea what self storage costs and yet 33% of people that were asked confessed that they are put off using self storage because they imagine it is expensive.  ..

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Why 60% of UK self storage space is used by individuals not businesses

Self storage is for businesses only – At least that is the common misconception that many people hold about self storage. It is seen as somewhere that businesses can hide old files they need to keep for legal purposes or stocks that have built up. It may even be seen as a furniture store that businesses can use to make the culling and repopulating of the office more palatable.  ..

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Could you be sitting on a World War 1 windfall?

Imagine it’s 1914. There’s no email, there’s no radio or 24 hour news channels, or even hourly news bulletins. In fact there was no TV. Newspapers and telegrams were the only way that people at home could learn about their loved ones who were being sent away to fight for King and Country.  ..

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FAQs when choosing self storage

When you need more storage the prospect of using self storage can be daunting. There are so many questions and it can be hard to get straight answers. ..

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Choosing the right padlock to keep your belongings secure - Infographic

Choosing the right padlock is essential for keeping your belongings safe. But how do you know which one is the safest? Here is a guide to the best padlocks to use. ..

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7-Step Guide to Choosing a Removals Company

It’s often said that moving house is one of the most stressful occasions in anyone’s life. If you’re planning to move house soon, you’ll probably need to use a removals company to transport all your possessions, so be sure to follow our 7-point guide to choosing a removals company and make certain that everything can run as smoothly and as stress-free as possible! ..

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University student living in the UK - Infographic

The numbers of students using Space Station self storage are rising. We wanted to know how this reflects on the student numbers nationally and we found out some interesting facts... ..

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How to clear out your wardrobe for spring

Is your wardrobe bulging at the seams? Perhaps it’s time for a good sort out. But sorting out your wardrobe is never as easy as you think it will be so here are a few basic rules to make those few hours as effective as possible. ..

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Six reasons you need student storage when you go to University

Going to university is an exciting time but there are many practical elements that you will need to plan in advance. Will you have enough space in your student accommodation for all your belongings? Do Mum and Dad need to re-use your room whilst you are away? If so where can you safely keep your belongings? Perhaps you have a bike that you need kept safe or furniture that is no longer needed. ..

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