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Using Self Storage Facilities

Use packing accessories such as bubble wrap, boxes, plastic containers, sheets and furniture covers. This will protect and maintain your belongings while they’re being stored away and will also prevent dust from gathering on them.

If you are going to need to get things in and out of your unit, make sure you store everything in a logical way. For example, write what is in every box so you don’t need to unpack everything whenever you need something. Also try to store the things you might need at the front of the unit and the things you’re unlikely to need at the back. Remember to create walkways between stacks of boxes as well because if you don’t do this, whenever you need something you will have to move every single box until you find the thing you need. Finally, don’t forget to label everything so you know what’s in which box.

Use the space that you have well. For example, if you’re storing a wardrobe, boxes can he kept inside there. Items such as sofas and beds can also be stored on their sides so they don’t take up as much floor space.

Use boxes that are uniform. If you’re using boxes that are all the same size then this enables you to store everything neatly on top of each other to maximise the space you have.

In order to prevent your items from getting damaged, keep heavier items on the bottom and lighter items on the top. Doing it the other way around could result in fragile goods getting crushed. Furthermore, also ensure that all your boxes are filled to the top, even if you do have to fill any gaps with padding. Boxes that are half full may collapse if anything is stored on top of them.