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Document Storage

Thursday, October 7th, 2010

Self Storage units are increasingly beng used for document storage. Many offices are finding the low rates of storage extremely cost effective in comarision to taking up valuable office space.

If you need extra office space but want to keep costs in check check out our website for further details Remedy Self Storage – Storage in Dublin, Kildare, Louth and Offaly

“Self Storage” the Movie

Thursday, October 7th, 2010

I know – it’s hard not to get excited. A movie has been announced for release next year to be directed by Erin Gamer. Full cast has not yet been announced.

Check out our website for further details and for any updatesRemedy Self Storage – Storage in Dublin, Kildare, Louth and Offaly

Storage in Dublin City Centre

Thursday, September 23rd, 2010

For the majority of customers location is one of the deciding factors in choosing a self storage option. With the largest population density in Ireland is located in Dublin City Centre it is surprising that only one self storage company is located in the very centre of the City. For more information please visit our website – Dublin Storage

Decorating and Renovating?

Friday, August 27th, 2010

If you are looking to decorate or renovate it can save a lot of time and money if you use self storage for your furniture while work is being carried out. Make sure you pick a self storage company that does not require a minimium stay. You may only require storage for a week or fortnight and should not be expected to pay for any more storage than you use.

For information on such a storage company vivit our website Storage in Dublin, Kildare and Offaly

Furniture Storage – Tips

Thursday, August 19th, 2010

- Storing tables/furniture, remove legs and store on end.
- Place dressers and tables top-to-top
- Cover mattresses and store flat.
- Keep photos flat. Place between cardboard pieces. Tape together.
- Use wardrobe boxes for blankets, drapes, or dress clothes.

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Affordable Storage

Monday, June 21st, 2010

So, you’ve decided to use a storage facility. Now the hard part – which one to use. There are many offerings out there from the state of the art warehouses to the small family run storage business with a few storage units on a spare piece of land. While they all describe themselves as “self storage facilities” the facilities can be as different as chalk and cheese. Which one to use really depends on the customer and what they require to get from their storage.


There are a few things which all storage facilities will claim – security, ease of access, easy to fill out forms etc. There are however a few things whose importance will vary customer to customer – how important the location of the facility? Does it have to be a mile down the road? How affordable is the rate? How accessible is the unit – if you need to access the unit to put things into and take things out of storage often then this could prove very important.


My advise would be to ring at least three storage facilities and ask them a couple of questions about the services they offer:
Insurance – ask the facility if insurance is included in the rate. If your items are insured while in storage it gives peace of mind that the facility is safe. If it wasn’t they wouldn’t be able to get insurance.


Access – Can the facility offer you a ground floor unit? If you need to access the unit often this will prove invaluable. Is this site 24 hr? Do you need it to be?


Notice – Do you need to give notice before you leave? Many storage facilities use this as a means of getting that last couple of quid out of you. This should never be accepted.
Security – Does the facility have a security system?


Price – In the end of the day this is where the biggest differences between storage facilities can be found – make sure you shop around to different types of storage companies, if you just get quotes from the warehouses beside the motorways you can’t expect to get that big of a price difference.


By all means visit our website on www.remedy.ie to see if we can be of any assistance.