Why Our Self-Storage Units In Kent Are Perfect For Gardeners
It’s a perennial problem for the green-fingered among us. “Where do I store my gardening equipment out of season?”. Not everyone is fortunate to have a huge garage space or shed, or perhaps you live in an block of flats and your garden is an al
The Winter Months
Usually, most gardeners take a break over the winter months. Even the most die-hard of horticulturalists will tend to stay inside, preferring to look at the layers of frost outside from the warmth of their living room. In order for your heavier duty gardening equipment to stay in perfect working order (chainsaws, mowers, wheelbarrows etc.) you need to make sure they’re kept somewhere that isn’t going to damage them. Garages may seem like the obvious choice, but they’re often prone to frosting, and by storing your garden machinery there, you’re clogging up space that could be used for other purposes. Self-storage units in Kent provide a great alternative, ensuring that the condition of your equipment is fully maintained.
Every Garden Needs A Tidy Now & Again
It’s amazing just how much stuff accumulates in a garden over time if you don’t keep on top of it. The thing is, though, it can stack up to become far too much of a task to tackle in one go. In an ideal world, you’ll sift through what you want and don’t want at your own pace, taking items by turns, to the auction house, the tip or maybe to a friend’s! By storing these extra items into self-storage units in Kent, you remove the stress of feeling like you should get it all done at once, and it makes the whole process much smoother. The same thought process can be applied if you’re doing your garden over again from scratch, self-storage gives you some breathing room to view your garden as a completely clean slate.
Keep Your Garden Furniture In Good Nick
Patio furniture can make a garden a truly special place to be in the warmer months. There’s something unbeatable about a cool gin and tonic on a veranda whilst being bathed by evening sunshine. If you leave your tables and chairs out in the wet and cold, though, they tend to acquire a layer of damp and scum that can be hard to get rid of, no matter how hard you clean them. If you store your furniture in one of MySpace’s self-storage units in Kent, then it keeps it looking in pristine condition!
So, if you’re an aspiring Alan Titchmarsh and would like to find out more about MySpace’s self-storage units in Kent, and how they’ll help your garden thrive in the long term, then get in touch! Call us today on 01843 602020.