Fringe Benefits of our Edinburgh Storage

Posted on June 27, 2014

The biggest Arts Festival in the world is yet again taking over Edinburgh this August. If you’re renting out your home during the Fringe or if you’re a venue that needs to store away extra stuff we can help with your storage needs. We’ll even pick up your things for you!

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Storage Takes Over Your TV!

Posted on June 20, 2014

Have you noticed a sudden increase in TV programs about storage in recent years? If you havent’, you probably don’t have a TV. Anyway, in this article we’ll guide you through the thrilling storage shows you just cannot miss!

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Student Essentials Around the UK

Posted on June 17, 2014

Will you be starting your studies in a new city this autumn? You might want to read this guide to make sure that you’re aware of what you need to blend in.

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Manchester’s Famous Students Top Ten

Posted on June 12, 2014

Student life in Manchester is undeniably some of the country’s best – a good reason to move there to go to uni in other words…In this article will take a look at who are the ten most famous students to have enjoyed student life in the city.

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Win at the Commonwealth Games

Posted on June 10, 2014

The Commonwealth Games are coming to Glasgow this year, along with thousands of visitors! How can you make the most of this spectacular sporting event?

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The Most Exciting Storage Facilities…Ever!

Posted on June 9, 2014

Some of you might think that storage facilities are just boring, functional places with nothing interesting to offer. But this is where you’re wrong, as we bring you the most exciting storage facilities throughout the history of mankind!

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Feng Shui and Decluttering Tips

Posted on June 4, 2014

Ever wondered what Feng Shui actually is? Read this article to find out what Feng Shui actually is, what the 3 main principles of Feng Shui are and how you can use it to declutter and improve your life.

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