Greater Manchester is home to roughly 2.5million people. However, with rainfall coming on average 140 days per year, you can’t blame a fair amount of the population for setting their sights on a sun-soaked getaway.
Unfortunately for those with intentions of going travelling, there are a few problems to solve before waving goodbye to the city. First and foremost is the issue of what happens to your belongings when you’re planning to be out of the country for a long period of time. The answer? Storage. Here are four reasons why self-storage is the most viable solution.
1. It’s secure
You can rest assured that your possessions are safe if you leave them in self-storage. Firstly, you’ll be the only person with access to the items. And secondly, state of the art security systems will ensure that theft isn’t an issue.
2. It’s flexible
You can rely on self-storage for as long or as short as necessary. Therefore, if you decide to extend your trip, you won’t have to struggle to make additional arrangements to keep your belongings safe. This means that your possessions won’t have any impact on how long you stay out of the country for.
3. It’s hassle-free
Other forms of storage can be a hassle – and not just for you. If you were to rely on a friend or family member to keep hold of your possessions, there’s no guarantee that this arrangement won’t fall through. One minute you could be trekking up mountains and seeing the world, the next minute you could be touching down at Manchester Airport ready to rescue your belongings.
4. It’s cost-efficient
If you plan to go travelling rather than emigrate, the intention is always to return. Therefore, you don’t want to be flogging your items for cheap if you’ll need them upon your homecoming. Rather than have to fork out for new items like furniture and electronics, simply leave the old ones in storage at an affordable cost.
Enjoy your getaway
You’ll have complete peace of mind if you decide to use a storage unit for your items. This will mean that you’re free to explore, without constantly having to worry about your belongings.