Building a new home can be incredibly exciting, but it does also present a number of challenges. Finding space for all your belongings is usually one of them, especially if you are moving in with family or renting a furnished property while the build is being completed.
You might also be buying new furniture and other household items in preparation for moving into your new home. As it’s seldom that building timelines are met, you may be stuck with several items while you wait.
This is where self storage comes in. It offers a safe and affordable solution to any space challenges you may have while you handle the completion of your new home.
Why self storage?
Building a new home is stressful and can be very disruptive. Much like any relocation, self storage is a great way to alleviate the hassle of finding a safe place for your belongings. It offers the perfect solution when building a new home, by providing a safe and secure space to store your belongings.
At Storage King, we offer a large selection of storage units that vary in shape and size to best suit your needs. Our units are fully alarmed* and monitored by CCTV to give you extra reassurance that your contents are safe and secure. It’s important that you protect your items when they are put into storage and that’s why we sell a variety of packaging materials as well.
We understand that building a new home can take time, with construction delays occurring regularly, which is why we offer flexible leases where you can rent a self storage unit for as short as 14 days or for as long as you need. If you’re looking to purchase more furniture or trying to sell your old furniture, we’ve got you covered as you have the option to upsize or downsize your unit, only paying for the size of the unit that you need.
Self storage can also help if your current home is on the market. The trend of staging one’s home, making it look show house worthy, is on the rise. Here you can make use of self storage to assist in storing additional furniture which is cluttering up your rooms and preventing potential buyers from seeing the house in its best light.