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26 Feb, 2010

Storage containers, made of plastic, metal, wood, and portable storage, storage for home and office, garage, and garden storage

Posted by: Geoff Davis In: diy|DIY tips|Gardens|Interior decoration|Storage

We have added a few pages on storage solutions recently, and had some comments that we hadn’t covered storage containers.

Our page on storage around the home, office storage and garage storage > has a lot of useful advice and tips on how to reorganise your space. This can also include food storage although we don’t have a specific page for that yet, coming soon when we update our kitchen sections.

There are many ways to do this but first do a storage audit.

This means you should look at what should be stored for each room.

Then see how much storage is possible in each room (which is where our new page helps you with storage advice).

Then see if things can be moved around to help ease the pressure on your space.

We also have a new page on storage boxes, storage containers, boxes and carts > which advises on where to put all your stuff, with many new ideas to free up some space for extra storage.

1 Response to "Storage containers, made of plastic, metal, wood, and portable storage, storage for home and office, garage, and garden storage"

1 | London self storage

February 18th, 2012 at 6:09 am


Clutter all around makes a person crazy. Now a days there are some flats which is too tight too live, in this condition smart storage techniques helps them to live easily.

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