Starting 2020 with an Organised House and Garage in Berkshire
Whether you’re having a quiet Christmas and New Year at home or you’re going to be socialising and living it up, you’ll likely be left with an untidy house. This can happen for people who have guests staying overnight. And also extra wrapping paper and empty boxes and packets from presents. It might seem like a daunting task, but there is a solution to help shape up your home. And that’s to use storage to organise everything.
How Do I Begin to Organise My House and Garage?
The first thing you’ll need to do is declutter and thoroughly clean every room in your home, including your garage, loft and shed. This is the antithesis of every hoarder because you’ll be getting rid of the accumulation of things you probably never use. It’s vital that you only keep the items you use regularly or have some importance to you.
Luckily this can be done in an environmentally conscious way which will be welcome news to people who don’t want to add to a landfill. You can do this by reusing anything that might have another purpose. This might be an old container that you don’t use but would make a savvy plant pot. You can offload any useful things for your local charity shops and then recycle everything at local recycling points.
Hopefully, you’ll now have a lot more space to work with, but your mission doesn’t end here. It would be best if you consider using in-house storage containers. Some fit under the bed or on top of wardrobes, allowing you to maximise every part of each room. You can also use wardrobe storage to put things in the best order, such as clothing organisers and vacuum-pack bags for suits.
Every storage box and container you’re keeping should have labels with a clear explanation of the contents inside. And most importantly – be brave, and don’t keep things you rarely or never use. And if the main hoarder isn’t you, try and keep them out of the process. Otherwise, you’ll begin to see that ten-year-old denim shirt make its way back into the wardrobe.
Would Self Storage Help When Organising My Home?
The answer to this is yes. Renting a storage unit is the perfect way to begin organising your home. Self storage is the ideal way to create space in your house, allowing for a clear area. And in the case of your garage, you might be able to move the car back inside. Ultimately, there is no better way to keep your possessions secure than storage.
While it’s possible to store things in a garage or loft, they weren’t designed for storage purposes. Our homes are prone to damage from things like damp or any adverse change in temperatures. And when it comes to theft, even decent security systems can’t always prevent break-ins. Conversely, Camp Hopson’s storage units are built to withstand the elements. We can control the temperature, and our depot has excellent security measures.
Best of all – using a self storage unit will give you a lot more room at home. And there is so much you can do with this newfound space. Some people opt to convert their garage or loft into a new bedroom. Others reclaim the garage for their car, and another popular choice is to use it as a utility room. Either way, you’ll now have numerous possibilities on how to use this new space in 2020.
Camp Hopson – Your Go-To Company for Storage and Decluttering Advice –
At Camp Hopson, we offer a range of storage options with a view of catering to as many different people as possible. Our storage packages are ideal for anyone who wants to organise their home for 2020. Additionally, there no better way to provide somewhere secure for their possessions.
Camp Hopson’s storage has our customer’s interests at heart. That’s why we’re flexible and do whatever we can to meet your requirements. We don’t believe that there needs to be a compromise between affordable storage and quality service. It’s possible to have the best of both situations – an excellent service that offers value for money.
If you’re considering using storage in Newbury or Berkshire, contact us today. Start 2020 with more space at home by renting a self storage unit from Camp Hopson.