What Superhero's Can Teach Us About Storage
Our generation is obsessed with superheroes, in fact, 2017 saw seven of the top 11 grossing films to be from the superhero genre. From Batman to Deadpool, superheroes are all the rage right now; teaching us valuable lessons about love, friendship and loyalty. Alongside these valuable lessons, superheroes can also teach us a thing or too about storage.
With this in mind, Store That, Canary Wharf, reveal three things superheroes can teach us about self-storage in East London and beyond.
Choosing the Right Space
From Oliver McQueen’s manor to Barry Allen’s lab, having a place to stash your secret identity is vital for the superhero lifestyle. But what can this teach us about storage? We all have ‘secret items’ that we would prefer to have hidden away – some less super than others. That’s why choosing the right space for your private items is essential to avoid discovery.
Your Bat-Cave Must Be Organised
Organisation is key; a saying that superheroes remind us of on a daily basis. Batman doesn’t fight the Joker and Two Face without knowing exactly where his must-have gadgets are. The same can be said for your home. Keeping your fortress of solitude organised can help you tackle the villainy of the day, without the worry of losing or forgetting your must have items.
Unused Weaponry Must Be Stored Away
As every superhero will tell you, unused weaponry must be stored away, ready for the next battle. You wouldn’t see Lex Luthor leaving his weapons of mass destruction lying around would you? Just like Lex, make sure to store away your unused items in a secure storage facility to keep them safe from light fingers and prying eyes.
While we don’t recommend storing WMD’s in our East London storage containers, we do provide a fast and efficient service; that even the flash is envious of. Here at Store That, London Docklands, we offer a variety of secure self-storage units in E14 to suit your budget and needs.
If your holding out for a (storage) hero, get in touch with our team today on 020 7515 1300.