Moving House With Self Storage

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Moving House With Self Storage

2018-01-25T09:00:23+00:00 January 25th, 2018|

Moving house can be an incredibly stressful time, but there are a few things you can do to make the process run more smoothly. One such example is taking advantage of Self Storage in Melville from KeepSafe Storage O’Connor. Your storage unit provides a secure location to temporarily store your belongings while you’re in the moving process.

Declutter

The longer you’ve lived in your home, the more clutter you’ve probably accumulated. Moving into a new home is the perfect opportunity to go through all your belongings and declutter. You should spend a moment with each item in order to put it into one of three categories: 

  1. I don’t want this – If you no longer want specific items, can they be donated or should they be thrown away?
  2. I want this in my home – These are the items to bring with you to your new house.
  3. I want this, but not in my home – These are the items you should move into storage in Melville.

Items you don’t need to access everyday or even every week or month can be placed inside your storage unit. This will save room in your home for the items you do use more frequently. 

Get organised

If you kept your home completely organised all of the time, the packing process would be easy; however, it’s more likely a lot of your belongings are already out of place and your storage closets are already messy. If you spend some time reorganising your belongings during the packing process, unpacking your new home in an organised way will be a lot easier.

As you pack your belongings, make sure you clearly label all of your boxes. The more detailed the labels, the easier the unpacking process will be.

Stay organised with Self Storage in Melville 

Storage in Melville can be very handy during the moving process. With access to a secure storage unit, you can start your packing process months in advance, as you can move your packed boxes into your unit.

Any items that are very large or bulky should be stored along the back and side walls of the unit. Obviously, heavier items should be stored on the bottom, with smaller and lighter items stacked on top. Items you won’t need for a while, such as your Christmas decorations, should be stored towards the back of the unit, with more frequently accessed items closer to the front. 

If you’re starting to prepare for the moving process, contact the team at KeepSafe Storage O’Connor today! 

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