It’s Spring and traditionally the time to refresh your home. So if you are planning a home extension, a refurbishment project or undertaking some decorating, why not consider using self-storage to house your furniture and household items whilst work is underway?
At HomeStore, we are finding that our facilities are increasingly being used by homeowners as a safe and secure place for their personal belongings during home renovation projects.
What many customers discover is that we offer great flexibility in terms of contract length, as well as size of unit. We can also accommodate customers’ changing requirements during the project – upsizing or downsizing to suit their needs.
Robert and Catherine Nash required significant storage for their household items whilst they built their own home and lived with relatives for two years. Robert says: “Initially we rented the largest unit available as we had a lot of bulky items to store. After a year, we decided to sell our large sofa and so were able to reduce the size of the unit to a smaller one at a more cost-effective price. The staff at HomeStore were really flexible and helpful in accommodating our changing needs and everything went very smoothly.”
Phil Brown and his partner used HomeStore for their personal possessions whilst the back half of their cottage in a Suffolk village was being renovated. Phil says: “We looked at a number of local self-store options, including barns, but were concerned about putting our furniture and possessions in buildings which were not as clean, dry or secure as we would like. At HomeStore, I immediately felt comfortable with the cleanliness and secure conditions and the fact that, should we wish, we could have access 24 hours a day.”
At HomeStore we provide highly secure facilities, with on-site car parking monitored by CCTV. Customers can have access to their unit 24 hours a day, seven days a week by using the individual pin-code entry system.
Why not contact our friendly team to see if we can help you?