Whether you’ve done it one time or one hundred times. Moving to a new house is often referred to as one of life’s most stressful occurrences. Store That Canary Wharf have created a list of top tips to help make the big day a little bit more relaxing!
Create a checklist
One thing you can do in preparation for moving day is create a moving checklist. You can find examples of good moving checklists online. This will outline what you’ll need to do and consider at each stage of the moving process to ensure nothing goes unnoticed.
When it comes to moving to a new house, a factor which will work to reduce stress on moving day is using secure self-storage in E14 for the interim. The benefit of this is that it provides you with peace of mind during the process that your belongings are going to be safe. At Store That Canary Wharf, we have a variety of sea container rentals and drive up units in E14 with 24 hours in house security. Which makes your life that little bit more relaxing.
As an extra handy tip is that when it comes to storing your possessions. Make sure you place them in a logical order. So when it comes to moving items out of your unit. You know where everything is. For example, be sure to place whatever you need to access easily towards the front of your unit.
Make sure to relax
As aforementioned, moving to a new house is one of life’s most stressful events. Which is precisely why once they’ve settled into their new home, people often take time off to relax. It can be tempting to work seven days a week to get your new home perfect. However, be sure not to neglect your needs. Try creating a to-do list of tasks you want to achieve by the end of the week and decide what can wait until after that. Another piece of advice is to treat it like a work day and finish at a set time each day.
Get In Touch
If you would like more information about how a secure self-storage unit in E14 can help you during your house move. Get in touch with Store That Canary Wharf today on 0207 5151 300.
The popularity of secure storage in E14 is dramatically increasing for numerous reasons. This week, Store That Canary Wharf are here to discuss five of the most popular uses of self storage in East London.
One of the most common problems the customers using our storage units in Canary Warf have is lack of space in their homes. Space is a premium nowadays – especially in London. Storage space in E14 is the perfect solution if you have one too many items of sentimental value but no space for them in your home. At Store That, we have a variety of units ranging from 20 – 150 sqft. Which includes a brand-new instalment of upper deck sea container rentals!
Moving to a new house
Naturally, this is one of the most logical reasons for using our prime location storage. Our customers who are moving need a temporary, safe space to store their belongings. Perhaps you’re downsizing but don’t wish to sell your items – if this is the case then secure storage in E14 is the perfect solution!
Fortunately, Store That Canary Wharf is situated close to numerous universities in East London and the surrounding area. If you’re moving out from halls and into rented accommodation. We’re here to help with our affordable and safe storage units.
Similarly, a popular trend for many students is finishing their studies and then embarking on a gap year before entering the world of work. However, this often means people have a lot of things they don’t need during that time. Our drive-up units in E14 are ideal for students due to the ease of access.
Office Storage in London
Many offices either upsize or downsize each year. Regardless of your situation. Our office storage in London is ideal to keep your belongings safe for any period of time, as we offer both long and short term storage contracts. With CCTV and 24-hour in house security, you can rest assured your equipment is safe with us!
If you would like more information about our secure storage in E14, contact Store That Canary Wharf today on 0207 5151 300.
So, you’re looking for secure self-storage in E14 but you’re not sure which storage unit is right for you. Fortunately, Store That, Canary Wharf, have collated a list of top tips on how to make the most out of sea container rentals.
Organisation is key
When you’re placing items in your self storage unit, you’re going to want to look at it almost like a game of Tetris. If you randomly place objects here and there, you’re going to regret it fast. Why? Not only will you waste space, but you’ll also forget where you’ve placed things. Making it extremely difficult when you need to find that one particular item in a hurry.
So, how do you avoid this problem? Our sea container rentals give approximately 155sqft of storage which can hold the contents of an average 3 bedroom flat! When you’re playing with this much space, organisation is key. Make a list of everything you need to store and from there, decide which items are of high priority and place them near the front so you can easily access them.
Unfortunately, you can’t just put your items into our storage units in E14 without any preparation. For example, if you’re storing items of clothing, ensure they are washed and dried before placing them in appropriate packaging to prevent mould or bad smells.
If you’re storing delicate items such as glassware or mirrors. Make sure you wrap them in bubble wrap or newspaper and place them on top of objects instead of underneath to prevent breakages.
Things to consider
When it comes to choosing sea container rentals and storage units in E14. It can be tempting to select the unit based on price. However, there are other factors to consider, such as:
· the security measures that are on site
· the cleanliness of units
· any extras on offer
· the hours of access
Once you’ve weighed all these options up, you can then make an informed decision.
If you would like more information about our sea container rentals. Get in touch with Store That today on 0207 5151 300.
If you’re a regular reader of our blogs then you’ll know that at Store That Canary Wharf, we like to mix things up a bit and present you with fun facts, figures and hacks to help you make the most of our storage units in E14. This week, we’re going to tell you 3 things you probably didn’t know about sea container storage!
1. Sink or swim
One of the most surprising facts about sea container storage is that despite logic, they don’t always sink and somehow manage to stay afloat. A famous example is in 1992, when a 40ft sea container (yes, 40ft!) full to the brim of children’s toys fell into the Pacific Ocean and managed to float for a whopping total of 10 months, before drifting ashore on the Alaskan coastline. If that doesn’t prove their durability, then we don’t know what will!
2. Container city
You may have heard of sea container storage being utilised as pop up shops, restaurants and so-called man caves. However, in Mexico, the idea of a unique look was taken to a whole new level. A 48,000 square foot city was built, aptly titled ‘container city’, made entirely out of sea containers. It is host to restaurants, hotels and shops just like any other!
3. Special delivery
Ni Hao, a three-month old kitten, decided to clamber inside a sea container which was put onto a vessel and took the trip of a lifetime. Ni Hao travelled all the way from China to the other side of the world and ended up in America. The total journey was a shocking 10,450 km and Ni Hao surprisingly managed to survive two weeks without food or water. Fortunately, the kitten was nursed back to full health by the LA Departments of Animal Care and Control.
At Store That Canary Wharf, we have just expanded our site which means even more sea container storage! If you would like more information about our services, get in touch today on 0207 5151 300!