How to Take a Ruthless Approach to Decluttering

Posted on: 27 December 2018

When you start buying new items and realise you have nowhere to put them, there's a chance you need to start decluttering. Depending on how much sentimental value you attach to the objects in your home, decluttering will feel either easy or like a struggle. When you take a ruthless approach and make the most of facilities such as self-storage units, you can free up more space in your home.
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Two Reasons to Put Your Car Into a Vehicle Storage Facility Before Going Away on a Long Holiday

Posted on: 25 January 2018

If you're heading off on a long holiday soon, it might be a good idea to put your car into a vehicle storage facility instead of leaving it parked on the street or in your garage. Read on to find out why. It's more secure If you live in an area with high crime rates, it is worth using the services of a vehicle storage facility for the duration of your trip.
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Paintings: 4 Benefits of Using a Storage Company Which Also Offer a Removal Service

Posted on: 26 October 2017

If you have a large collection of paintings which need to be packed and placed into to storage, you may be wondering about the best way to pack, transport and store these items. Below is a guide to 4 benefits of using a storage company which also offers a removal service. Extra manpower Taking many pictures down from the wall in your home and preparing them for storage and be a very time-consuming job.
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Little-Known Ways of Preventing Algae Growth in Your Water Tank

Posted on: 31 August 2017

With numerous areas in Australia becoming drought stricken, rainwater harvesting has become an essential measure for households looking for an additional supply of water. This renewed interest in rainwater harvesting has translated in an upsurge of water tanks being installed in homes to store this water being collected safely. However, simply purchasing a22550-litre tank for your home does not mean you water troubles are over. You also have to ensure that your harvested water stays safe enough, especially if it is being used for consumption.
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