Moving from one place to another can be very stressful, it involves going through all your household items and personal belongings that you’ve collected whilst living in your home. There’s often an interim stage when moving between two homes where you need a place to keep your furniture, this is where Newcastle storage can help. If you’re working your way through your belongings, then Newcastle storage can help you declutter and manage a move either temporarily or long-term (ideal if you’re starting to downsize).
Newcastle storage can also be a great option if you’re undergoing a renovation or if you’re moving overseas or can help you if you’re merging two households and moving in together.
So what should you put into your Newcastle storage unit?
Deciding what to store
Choosing what to put into Newcastle storage and what to throw away is more complicated then you might think. Going through your household items can be overwhelming and it can take quite some time to figure out what you’d like to secure in your unit and what counts as unnecessary clutter taking up space. If there’s too much to decide upon upfront then putting everything into your unit can give you time to work it out, or it can help you to make decisions about what’s important to you. Here are some of the items you might out into your Newcastle storage unit.
Furniture is one of the most common things to store. It tends to take up a lot of space so many people will find themselves putting furniture into Newcastle storage units when moving into a new home. You may also need a place to keep it when renting out partly or full furnished homes. Storing things away can be a great option when you think you’re going to need it in the future or when it has sentimental value.
Using a facility to store your items is a great idea for seasonal items when space is at a premium in your home. You may for example want to keep winter clothes, heaters, portable air conditioners, pool toys, outdoor furniture or other items that are seasonal. In certain climates this can be very helpful for trying to protect your items as leaving it outside in the cold or snow can lead to mould, rot or other issues or leaving seasonal clothes around can encourage moths of other pests to infiltrate your home.
Big household appliances
If you have big household appliances that you don’t need right now but you want to hold on to them then a facility for storing things can be a helpful solution. This is great if there are expensive items that you own that don’t fit into a new home but that you might want to use later, like a dishwasher or dryer.
Important documents are one of those things that everyone needs to hang on to but you don’t necessarily want them to take up a lot of space in your home. A unit to store things in makes a great place to keep your important documents secure, without devoting a lot of space at home to them.
If you’re passionate about collecting certain items, then hiring a unit to keep your precious belongings safe and secure is a great idea. Collections can quickly take up a lot of space and it can be difficult to expand it if you run out of space in your home, a unit devoted to storing your collectibles allows you to continue to add to your collection.