Giving the walls in your home a new lick of paint? Putting in a conservatory or loft conversion? Or maybe you are totally refurbishing your property? If any of the these apply to you, you may want to consider self-storage as a means of keeping the precious items in your home safe while renovating your home.
At Your Store Exeter, we provide self-storage solutions for a range of personal, professional, long-term and short-term requirements. Whether you are conducting your own DIY projects or you have a team in to help do the job, it’s important to protect your furniture and belongings.
We have a range of excellent Exeter self-storage facilities, so why not put your important objects somewhere safe until you need them again? We will provide you with ample storage, a personal fob so that you and only you can get to your possessions and a highly secure premises so that you don’t have to worry about them while they are out of the property. Sorted!
And if that wasn’t help enough, below we have compiled some helpful tips on things to consider when renovating your home.
First, you will need to consider which size storage unit is right for you. If you have a lot of large items – sofas, tables, chairs, wardrobes, cabinets, etc. – you may want to go for one of our larger units. Likewise, if you are just looking to store lighter goods, or maybe secure valuable items such as paintings, family heirlooms, and antiques, a smaller storage unit should do the trick.
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If you are unable to roll up and move your carpets or certain items of furniture into self-storage, then think about the best ways to keep them protected during your renovations. Cover them with protective materials like dust sheets. In addition, keep surfaces safe by adding padding to prevent chips and scratches.
While our storage facilities are fully alarmed, monitored by CCTV and kept very secure at all times, getting your items to our premises will require a little work to ensure they stay safe in transit. This might include covering valuables in bubble wrap, using boxes to prevent them moving around, covering large items in towels or sheets. In addition, avoid stacking large objects on top of breakable items.
Think you might need to access your belongings late at night or early in the morning? No problem at all. You can visit your self-storage unit at any time you like. So if there’s something you urgently need at 4 am in the morning, feel free to drop by and pick it up. It’s all part of the service!
By moving your items into self-storage, you can free up plenty of room to decorate, refurbish or renovate your home. Reducing the number of items in your home will ensure that minimal damage occurs during the process.
For more information, contact Your Store Exeter today on 01392 253119 or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition, you can also reach us via our online enquiry form here.