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Are You Renovating Your Home? Consider Putting Items in Storage

With warmer weather around the corner, this is the ideal time to paint and renovate a home. Whether you’ve just got a new property or you’re sprucing up an old place, it’s important to ensure that the contents of your home are safely stored away during the renovation process.

If you have heirlooms, antiques and important items that are fragile and vulnerable, you may want to consider moving them into a public storage facility so they are not susceptible to dirt or damage.

Here are some other things to consider when undertaking a home renovation.

Keep Your Items Free of Dust and Debris

If you’re re-doing a basement, flooring or any kind of dry-wall work, your home will be dusty and full of debris and will be in need of a good clean after the renovation process. Keeping your items in storage is an easy and effective way to store them safely and cleanly until your home is ready.

Create Space

Renovation projects take up space – from materials and equipment to the people working on your home. Mobility is important to ensure the job gets done smoothly and correctly. If you have too many items lying around, you may even miss spots of your home that could need touch-ups and fixing.

Security

If you’re going to have workers coming in and out of your home, it might be difficult to keep a watchful eye over your important items. While you want to trust that you’ve hired a good team of workers, reducing the risk of theft is important and keeping your items locked away in a secured storage facility while your home is in transition is the best way to ensure that your items are kept safe.

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Posted on December 24, 2016 | Uncategorized

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