You might be familiar with the phrase when someone plans on doing a ‘spring clean’ – but it’s something to apply to every new season. It could be even more relevant, now restrictions are easing, and entertaining house guests might be possible soon. Our advice is to be optimistic and celebrate by donning your marigolds and giving your home a top-to-bottom clean.
If you’re planning a move to Dorset this year, it’s a good idea to have a plan of action before you start organising. No one likes things like packing and other chores, but they’re necessary parts of the relocation. It’s tempting to put them off until the week of the move, only to realise there’s an issue. Fear not – this blog will provide you with the best way to organise your relocation.
Creating a moving checklist is a sure-fire way to keep on top of everything. You’ll have a holistic list of every task and when you need to complete by. From there, you’ll be able to fit things into your daily or weekly schedule. This is our guide to moving in or out of Dorset, with practical steps and suggestions on how to go through each stage.
We all need help when moving to a new home; it’s a massive undertaking, and we rarely hear anyone say they enjoy it. People often find themselves trying to balance their home life and work duties while organising a relocation! It’s enough to send anyone into a panic, but luckily there’s a way of preventing the stress levels from going through the roof.
The end of this phase of the lockdown is due to happen on the 8th of March with lot of business owners keeping a close eye on any updates. Many businesses in Dorset and throughout the UK remain sceptical about whether this will go ahead. It feels a lot lie déjà vu and it raises a question – what should companies do to prepare in the event of an extension?
The best way to mitigate any concerns you’re having regarding further restrictions is with proactive planning. Using storage can help protect your work’s equipment, goods, and materials, rather than leaving them unattended. It’s also possible to start thinking about finding a cheaper workspace and coupling it with a storage service. In this blog, we’ll discuss some tips and ideas for you to consider and are just as applicable after the lockdown ends.
It’s almost impossible to come away from the Christmas period without having accumulated yet more stuff. Even after the the diminished celebrations caused by the covid pandemic, there’ll have been mounds of gifts, cardboard boxes, wrapping paper, trinkets and the kind of tin or plastic toys that fall out of crackers. As we try to squeeze even more space out of our cupboards, attics and basements, it’s enough to make us yearn for the time in our early twenties when we weren’t quite so weighed down by acquisitions. If you’re beginning to drown in an excess of stuff but you’re not ready just to start throwing things away with a ruthless and unsentimental determination, then there’s only one thing for it – self storage. Read more…
The reality of any massive global event like a pandemic often results in an economic downturn, with the fallout affecting a large number of the public. The lockdown will likely see many people and business deciding to downsize to stave off financial issues. However, it’s not always due to reducing costs; some no longer need detached houses, especially for retirees.
By working with Instore Storage, you don’t have to start selling or getting rid of your prized possessions. Renting a self storage unit will help you keep the things you treasure without hurting your wallet or purse. And we have a range of storage options to suit all budgets and requirements.
The last thing people want to see in the news is continuous reports and headlines about the possible new local lockdowns. Many will shy away from thinking about them becoming a reality in their area, but it’s worth having a plan in case it does. Is there a way to prepare for a lockdown if we’re unsure it will happen?
Self storage is the go-to service for anyone facing the prospect of a local lockdown or further restrictions. It’s a smart choice for households and businesses in Dorset who wants to stay a step ahead. Storage offers the ultimate level of protection for your goods or possessions until restrictions reduce.
THE brand new, state of the art Tolworth depot for The Master Removers Group was all-singing, all-dancing recently when it was chosen by country-pop duo Ward Thomas as the backdrop to their latest music video.
The duo’s connections come via their father Anthony and his company of 40 years, Ward Thomas Removals – which was the founding brand of The Master Removers Group (MRG).
Twins Catherine and Lizzy, who have been successfully performing and recording for about eight years, have been dubbed “Britain’s first country stars”. They wanted somewhere out of the ordinary to film their latest release, “Someday”, and the purpose-built MRG container warehouse fitted the bill perfectly.
The Master Removers Group is the umbrella which embraces a diverse collective of logistics and removal brands – all with the same commitment to excellent customer service and with a can-do attitude.
There are several brands in the Group – at locations across the South of England – which offer premium domestic removals and storage. They are complemented by comprehensive UK-wide logistics from the Bishopsgate Specialist Installations brand, with its five depots from London to Glasgow.
Each brand in the MRG works collaboratively for the common good, but is managed by individuals who have grown to become shareholders, and brand champions. The result is a culture of healthy competition between the brands with teamwork and support at its heart.
The Ward Thomas band’s video release precedes their upcoming global livestream event at the Theatre Royal in London’s Haymarket.
Master Removers MD Tim Bloch said: “I was so excited to welcome the twins to our new South London home. They brought some showbiz glamour, colour and creativity to our sometimes humdrum logistics world.”
He added: “The new building was more than two years in the planning, and its opening heralded the acquisition of Gentleman and A Van, the newest brand of the Group.”
Founder of Gentleman and A Van, Mark Godman, and business partner James Nash have grown their company from nothing. They recognised their future development needed the additional support of The Master Removers Group. Mark said: “James and I are really excited to have this opportunity to place Gentleman and A Van as a keystone of this new site in South London. What a way to publicise and show off our excellent new warehouse!”
You can buy tickets for Ward Thomas at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket and pre-order their latest CD, “Invitation”, here: https://www.wardthomasmusic.co.uk/
If you’re thinking of a change in career and you need something which has a reasonably quick return on investment, e-commerce and online trading is worth a further look. It’s one of the few sectors able to enjoy growth during the lockdown, instead of various others which still face financial issues. Best of all, there’s no sign of this changing anytime soon due to the increase in online customers.
InStore Storage works with several companies who use e-commerce as part of their daily operations. This gives us more insight into what’s happening in Dorset and the UK’s business world and how our services can benefit new enterprises. With this in mind, here’s how storage can benefit any e-commerce or similar trading business.
You’ll likely hear the term decluttering when it comes to organising our houses and apartments. Entire magazine and internet articles dedicate their pages to the best tips on how to achieve this. But it’s rare for anyone to use it when speaking about gardens or any outside spaces. However, they require the same level of maintenance and often have various appliances and furniture strewn haphazardly.
The InStore team works with lots of people who use storage to organise spaces, inside and outside of their homes and workplaces. Here’s some of our best advice on how to declutter your house and garden within a reasonable time.