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Buying for a Home But Live in an Apartment?

by Dusty Rhodes on Feb 24, 2015  in 
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Buying a home is an exciting adventure, and one that will provide you with many cherished memories. Part of what makes purchasing a home so special is putting your own design stamp on it. After all, it’s your canvas to create whatever you choose. Shopping for new furniture and decorative home pieces is fun, but what do you do if you are buying for a home, but you currently live in an apartment? Chances are, you may be facing an issue of space. The solution is simple, and one that can be easily resolved by using a storage unit.

Storage is a great option because it provides you with the ability to buy as much as you need for your home without the worry of wondering where you will store it until you move. An additional benefit is that storage helps you to buy for your new home without cluttering up the current living space of your apartment. Then when you are ready to move into your home, you can take your new furniture out of storage and add pieces accordingly. There are various different storage options available to you that can help. Climate controlled storage can provide your new furniture with the proper protection it needs in advance of your move. For wooden and delicate fabric pieces, climate controlled storage is a good option. It will control the temperature surrounding your furniture and protect the finishes from wearing badly in the warmer months and extreme cold conditions in the colder months.

Portable storage is a good option because you can pack up your purchases directly from your apartment and have them transported to storage until you are ready to use them. This is especially helpful because when you are ready to add your new furniture, it can be directly delivered and unpacked at your home.

In some cases, you may want a certain look for your home, different from your apartment. At the same time, you may not be ready to part with certain apartment pieces. Placing what you want to save in storage will allow you to keep your previous furniture and make room for what you buy new for your home. You may decide at a later date that you want to incorporate some of your previous apartment furniture into your home and at that time, you can simply pull it out of storage.

Since a home often provides more space than an apartment, you may want to purchase large pieces of furniture that will not fit into your apartment. If that is the case, a storage unit can provide the space you need to house the large pieces of furniture you purchase for your home. As always, be sure to properly protect, cover and store your items so that they are protected until you are ready to move them into your home.

For additional storage tips and helpful information, check out our website and our Storage page.



Dusty Rhodes

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