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Going into Storage?
Storage hints and tips
Long term or short term?You may not always know how long you will be in storage for, but try to gauge if it is going to be weeks, months or years. Go for the worst case scenario if you have too and ask for quotes based on these figures. The more honest you can be to begin with, will then help avoid any un-necessary confusion during the store.
How much?How much are you looking to store? There are many options out there and the amount of storage may be the deciding factor.
Do you just have a few boxes?
Or maybe you need to store nearly all of your possessions?
AccessHow often will you need access to your belongings? If there are things you know you will need, try and leave them at the front and clearly marked. If you are going to need access frequently make sure you discuss this with your storage provider and make sure they can provide you with the level of service you require.
Soft FurnishingsIf you have sofas and are storing them for a period of time try not to pack them into small spaces or lean other heavy items on cushions. After time parts can become distorted and will probably never regain their original shape.
Look for a removal and storage firm have specially made covers and storage racks to ensure that all furniture is kept in separate bays, aired and in pristine condition.
Food and DrinkNever put food or drink into storage! If it goes off and affects your belongings you may not be covered by your insurance.
If you are putting any food stuffs into storage, make sure you clear it with your storage provider first.
White GoodsEnsure all your white goods are cleaned; smell free and completely drained of any excess water.
Damp, mildew and seizure of components can occur on machines with water left in the system, so ensure they are drained properly or you may have an expensive repair bill .
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