A self-storage tool kit

Posted on: 22 June 2017

Self storage units are a handy place to keep furniture, books and other belongings while you're moving house or when you're short on space. While it might seem that all you need to make use of one is a pile of things to store and a way to transport them, a few extra tools can help you get the most out of your storage space. If you're going to be revisiting your storage locker, create a small tool kit and keep it near the entrance.
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Something of a Spiky Move: How to Move Large Potted Cacti to Your New Home

Posted on: 20 June 2017

Moving large plants from one location to another is a challenging enough task as it is. Moving large cacti is a whole different ballgame all together. Not only are cactuses very brittle, but when they reach heights of 5 feet or more, they can be awkward for your movers to transport safely. Fortunately, you don't have to leave them behind. With a little ingenuity and a lot of tenderness from your team of removalists, you can get your cacti to your new home in one piece.
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The Logistics of a Two-Stop Move: How to Prepare when Moving Your Things to Two Locations

Posted on: 18 June 2017

Sometimes, when moving house, it is logistically practical to move your possessions to two locations, rather than one. This might be because you will be renting short-term and have yet to purchase a new house, or have decided to move in with your partner and have too much stuff to put in one place. In this case, you will need to drop off what you don't currently need at a separate location; perhaps a storage facility, before reaching your final destination.
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Less Stress when Moving House: How to Reduce the Stress of Your Imminent Move

Posted on: 8 June 2017

If there is one thing that cannot be underestimated, it is the stress involved with moving house. According to research, moving house is more stressful than divorce. This is especially true if you work long hours, have young children who don't want to leave their friends behind, and have a spouse who often works away. As you do your best to cope with the myriad of responsibilities thrust at you all at once, it can be easy to lose hope.
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