For a lot of people, spring cleaning isn’t just about clearing away the mess left behind by the last season. It’s also a way to start the year fresh and with a clean new slate. One way you can do this is by hiring movers to transfer some of the items you haven’t used in a while to a temporary self-storage solution. Just the feeling of freeing up a cluttered closet or garage can lift a lot of stress up from your mind.
There are some who think that adding more storage isn’t exactly a good idea when decluttering, and, in a way, they are correct. However, a self-storage solution during spring cleaning is a temporary solution. It provides you with a place to keep certain things out of the way, ensuring your cleaning chores get done faster and more efficiently. Here are some ways on how to make good use of self-storage to boost your own spring cleaning.
Holding Items for Sale or Disposal
It’s very likely you’ll come across items that you no longer want or use, but can still be helpful to other people. This can go to a summer garage sale pile. Put these items in storage until the time is right so they don’t get in the way as you go about spring cleaning your home.
Seasonal Clothing and Items
Winter coats and other wintertime things can take up plenty of space. For homes with limited storage, this can be challenging. Instead of keeping them in your home, consider storing them in a self-storage unit until they can be used again. You may move small and lightweight items yourself, but for the others, it’s best to hire professional movers.
This spring, go through your home, and collect the things that you no longer need or don’t exactly fit in with the rest of your décor. Store them in a self-storage solution. Don’t hesitate to call your local moving company to help you put unused or old and bulky items out of your home and into a storage unit.
At Around Town Movers, we can help you supercharge your spring cleaning by helping you move some of your things into storage. Give us a call at (703) 682-5922, or fill out our contact form to request a free estimate today. We serve homeowners in Sterling, VA, and Washington, DC.