With the Football World Cup 2018 well underway in Russia, now is as good a time as any to think about storing your football memorabilia. It could be that you’re thinking of selling it all in the hype, but you still need to get everything organised. Although for the avid football fan and collector, letting go of your high sort after pieces of football memorabilia isn’t as easy as it sounds. Hence why uStore-it self-storage in the Costa Del Sol is here to help.
Downsizing when you’ve built up a lifetime of belongings can be a stressful thing to do. However it can also be cleansing, the beginning of a new era. Here are our tips on downsizing and putting things into storage, ready for the start of your next chapter.
Are you moving to a new house, de-cluttering your apartment or going through a divorce? Book your goods into self-storage units on the Costa del Sol.
Play golf on some of the top golf courses on the Costa del Sol, while storing your clubs in a uStore-it self-storage unit in Spain.
Southern Spain boasts over 70 golf courses and some of the best include:
Golf Courses on the Costa del Sol
Aloha Golf. Designed by Javier Arana, one of Spain´s best-known course designers. It was designed in October 1975 and is considered the start of an increase in Spanish golf courses. Situated in Nueva Andalucia, the Mecca of European Golf, Aloha is a natural Golf Course with a varied vegetation.
If you are planning to store your goods in a safe storage on the Costa del Sol, make sure the storage facility is nice and secure.
Are you looking for a storage facility in Puerto Duquesa on the Costa del Sol? uStore-it has now opened a self-contained storage facility on the port with 24 hour access.
With 300 berths, Puerto Duquesa has maintained its original charm and attracts visitors from all over Europe. Although several new blocks of apartments have been built around the marina, some property development still continues in the area. Most of it is on the opposite side of the road to Duquesa Port, and has not affected the harbour itself.
With the EU referendum looming, thousands of ex-pats in Spain are wondering how BREXIT will affect them.
Are they right to be concerned or is the Remain camp scaremongering?
There’s always someone on the lookout for a self-storage unit, which in turns means there’s always a business opportunity. It’s especially the case in mainland Europe, whether it’s expats in the process of relocating or the locals having a bit of a clear out. The decision process isn’t about if it’s a good idea, but where to open your self-storage franchise in Spain.
Why are self-storage companies in Spain popular? The popularity of self-storage companies in southern Spain has increased considerably over the last few years. Their focus is not just on businesses but they also take individuals into account. It might be a daunting task to decide which company to use when so many options are available. To make your task easy, we have zeroed in on how to choose a storage unit.
The first step is to contemplate whether you want to store all the things you have accumulated or not. It is always advisable to arrange your storage into sections. So decide which you wish to keep, sell, trash or donate to charity. Once you are through with this step, the next is to segregate items into different categories.
The number of self-storage facilities opening in Spain has increased dramatically over the past 18 months. So why self-storage in Spain? Well, this is largely to cope with the crash of the residential property market.
Self-Storage in Spain
Homeowners and tenants who are downsizing find themselves with a wide choice of household goods they have no space for. Business owners who are either selling up or leasing their commercial premises are also finding themselves stuck for space.