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Hereford Self Storage             Hereford Self Storage specialising in low cost, secure storage near Hereford, Ledbury and Ross on Wye. Offering secure storage solutions for homes and businesses. Handy storage facilities located close to Hereford City Centre but easily reached from Ledbury and Ross without having to drive into Hereford City. Hereford Self Storage specialises in low cost self storage for Business and Domestic use. 01432 850458 info@herefordstorage.co.uk
Hereford Self Storage Station Yard Services Ltd Old Station Yard Withington Hereford HR1 3SE 01432 850458 Registered in England & Wales number 07432493 VAT reg no 104 6139 46
A rough guide to the amount of space you will require: The contents of a 1 bedroom house or flat approx 50 - 75 sq ft The contents of a 2 bedroom house or flat approx 75 - 100 sq ft The contents of a 3 bedroom house or flat approx 100 - 150 sq ft The contents of a 4 bedroom house or flat approx 150 - 200 sq ft
Self Storage Hereford More size and Space Guidance: 100 Archive Size Boxes - 25 sq ft Contents of a Standard Garden Shed - 25 sq ft Contents of a Transit Van - 40 sq ft Contents of a Luton Van - 80 sq ft Contents of a 7.5 tonne Box Van - 150 sq ft
Self Storage Advice: Items in Cartons or Boxes     Use   sturdy   boxes   either   specially   designed   ones   bought   from us   or   fruit   packing   cases   picked   up   from   a   supermarket   to   save money. Using   good   boxes   means   you   can   then   fill   them   to   capacity, and stack them. Putt the heaviest boxes at the bottom. Put   your   most   valuable   and/or   treasured   possessions   at   the back of the unit out of easy reach. If   you   think   that   their   are   items   that   you   will   need   access   to from   time   to   time   keep   them   in   easy   reach,   if   you   have   room load   your   container   with   an   aisle   down   the   middle   so   you   have easy access to things on either side. Give   the   boxes   a   number   or   description,   so   you   can   later   recall what each one has in it. Write   a   list,   or   draw   a   plan   telling   what   you’ve   stored   in   each box and where it is in the storage unit. Self Storage Advice: Delicate Objects Common   sense   rules   here,   glass   should   be   carefully   packed, bubble   wrap   is   great,   don't   forget   to   shield   and   protect   the vulnerable   corners   and   don't   place   heavy   objects   on   top   of them,   store   them   carefully   out   of   the   way   to   avoid   knocks   and bumps etc. Load   them   carefully   when   moving   them   in   the   van   and   slow down for sleeping policemen and potholes. Self Storage Advice: General Advice We   advise   against   stacking   things   against   the   containers   sides, leave a small gap all of the way around for air to circulate. Do   not   leave   the   doors   on   outdoor   storage   containers   open   any longer    than    you    have    to,    this    will    help    protect    against condensation and the more obvious risk of theft. Hereford    Self-Storage    use    'one    trip'    shipping    containers    for most   of   our   self   storage,   the   term   self   store   means   that   the containers    were    made    in    China,    loaded    with    goods    and shipped   to   the   UK,   rather   than   send   them   back   empty   (the   UK doesn't   export   much   to   China),   this   means   that   the   containers are clean and dry with good door seals. Each   outdoor   self   store   container   is   fitted   with   a   lock   shroud   to prevent thieves from using bolt crops to chop them off.
Fabrics & Upholstery Storage A   wardrobe   box   (or   several)   is   a   good   way   of   storing   clothes so they keep their shape. Mattresses    and    sofas    shouldn’t    really    have    large    objects placed on top of them. Put   a   moisture   absorber   in   with   any   fabrics   that   are   being stored to prevent a potentially damaging build-up. Self Storage Advice: Furniture Protect   sofas,   chairs   and   beds   with   a   cover,   specially   shaped ones   for   each   type   of   item   are   available   -   click   here   to   go   an online retailer. Cut   up   some   old   cardboard   boxes   to   make   protective   shields for the corners of your tables and dressers etc. Furniture   with   storage   space   inside   it   (cupboards,   bookcases etc.)   can   be   used   to   store   smaller   items   rather   than   just   being left empty. Stack   low   back   chairs   seat-to-seat,   Put   a   piece   of   card   or paper   between   the   seat   faces   to   stop   them   sticking   to   one another to take less floor space. Self Storage Advice: Appliances, Bikes & Machinery First   and   foremost   -   if   you   put   something   wet   in   your   Storage Container    you    will    create    condensation.    We    use    modern, vented,   dry   storage   containers   with   rubber   door   seals   which have   been   used   to   transport   valuable   goods   on   the   open decks   of   container   ships   from   China,   they   are   designed   to remain    watertight    and    condensation    free    but    if    you    put something    wet    inside    them    you    will    create    condensation throughout   the   container.   Make   sure   washing   machines   etc are   completely   drained   and   dry.   Do   this   two   days   before   you plan to move them. Keep   the   doors   of   appliances   (especially   refrigerators)   slightly ajar for ventilation. If   you   plan   to   keep   Bikes   or   Lawn   Mowers   etc   at   Hereford Self   Storage   for   a   long   time   run   a   rag   with   some   light   oil   on   it over the metalwork to prevent rusting. Petrol   powered   machinery   must   be   drained   of   fuel   before being   put   into   storage.   If   you   store   an   items   which   leaks   oil into   the   container   we   will   charge   you   the   full   cost   and   an administrative   for   cleaning   when   you   move   out   -   PLEASE   - use a drip tray. We   take   every   care   to   keep   our   facility   as   secure   as   we   can but   please   remember   -   you   are   responsible   for   insuring   your belongings while stored with us. Click here to go to the website of a specialist insurer
You need a good, heavy duty lock, we supply them at no extra charge
Self Storage Hereford Storage        01432 850458
Hereford Self Storage Advice
Hereford Self Storage Station Yard Services Ltd Old Station Yard Withington Hereford HR1 3SE 01432 850458 Registered in England & Wales number 07432493 VAT reg no 104 6139 46
A rough guide to the amount of space you will require: The contents of a 1 bedroom house or flat approx 50 - 75 sq ft The contents of a 2 bedroom house or flat approx 75 - 100 sq ft The contents of a 3 bedroom house or flat approx 100 - 150 sq ft The cont ents of a 4 bedroom house approx 150 - 200 sq ft You need a good, heavy duty lock, we supply them at no extra charge More size and Space Guidance: 100 Archive Size Boxes - 25 sq ft Contents of a Standard Garden Shed - 25 sq ft Contents of a Transit Van - 40 sq ft Contents of a Luton Van - 80 sq ft Contents of a 7.5 tonne Box Van - 150 sq ft
Self Storage Advice: Items in Cartons or Boxes     Use   sturdy   boxes   either   specially   designed   ones   bought   from   us   or   fruit   packing   cases   picked   up   from a supermarket to save money. Using good boxes means you can then fill them to capacity, and stack them. Putt the heaviest boxes at the bottom. Put your most valuable and/or treasured possessions at the back of the unit out of easy reach. If   you   think   that   their   are   items   that   you   will   need   access   to   from   time   to   time   keep   them   in   easy   reach, if   you   have   room   load   your   container   with   an   aisle   down   the   middle   so   you   have   easy   access   to   things on either side. Give the boxes a number or description, so you can later recall what each one has in it. Write a list, or draw a plan telling what you’ve stored in each box and where it is in the storage unit. Self Storage Advice: Delicate Objects Common   sense   rules   here,   glass   should   be   carefully   packed,   bubble   wrap   is   great,   don't   forget   to shield   and   protect   the   vulnerable   corners   and   don't   place   heavy   objects   on   top   of   them,   store   them carefully out of the way to avoid knocks and bumps etc. Load them carefully when moving them in the van and slow down for sleeping policemen and potholes. Self Storage Advice: General Advice We   advise   against   stacking   things   against   the   containers   sides,   leave   a   small   gap   all   of   the   way   around for air to circulate. Do   not   leave   the   doors   on   outdoor   storage   containers   open   any   longer   than   you   have   to,   this   will   help protect against condensation and the more obvious risk of theft. Hereford   Self-Storage   use   'one   trip'   shipping   containers   for   most   of   our   self   storage,   the   term   self   store means   that   the   containers   were   made   in   China,   loaded   with   goods   and   shipped   to   the   UK,   rather   than send   them   back   empty   (the   UK   doesn't   export   much   to   China),   this   means   that   the   containers   are clean and dry with good door seals. Each   outdoor   self   store   container   is   fitted   with   a   lock   shroud   to   prevent   thieves   from   using   bolt   crops   to chop them off. Fabrics & Upholstery Storage A wardrobe box (or several) is a good way of storing clothes so they keep their shape. Mattresses and sofas shouldn’t really have large objects placed on top of them. Put   a   moisture   absorber   in   with   any   fabrics   that   are   being   stored   to   prevent   a   potentially   damaging build-up. Self Storage Advice: Furniture Protect   sofas,   chairs   and   beds   with   a   cover,   specially   shaped   ones   for   each   type   of   item   are   available   - click here to go an online retailer. Cut   up   some   old   cardboard   boxes   to   make   protective   shields   for   the   corners   of   your   tables   and dressers etc. Furniture   with   storage   space   inside   it   (cupboards,   bookcases   etc.)   can   be   used   to   store   smaller   items rather than just being left empty. Stack   low   back   chairs   seat-to-seat,   Put   a   piece   of   card   or   paper   between   the   seat   faces   to   stop   them sticking to one another to take less floor space. Self Storage Advice: Appliances, Bikes & Machinery First   and   foremost   -   if   you   put   something   wet   in   your   Storage   Container   you   will   create   condensation. We   use   modern,   vented,   dry   storage   containers   with   rubber   door   seals   which   have   been   used   to transport   valuable   goods   on   the   open   decks   of   container   ships   from   China,   they   are   designed   to remain   watertight   and   condensation   free   but   if   you   put   something   wet   inside   them   you   will   create condensation   throughout   the   container.   Make   sure   washing   machines   etc   are   completely   drained   and dry. Do this two days before you plan to move them. Keep the doors of appliances (especially refrigerators) slightly ajar for ventilation. If   you   plan   to   keep   Bikes   or   Lawn   Mowers   etc   at   Hereford   Self   Storage   for   a   long   time   run   a   rag   with some light oil on it over the metalwork to prevent rusting. Petrol   powered   machinery   must   be   drained   of   fuel   before   being   put   into   storage.   If   you   store   an   items which   leaks   oil   into   the   container   we   will   charge   you   the   full   cost   and   an   administrative   for   cleaning when you move out - PLEASE - use a drip tray. We    take    every    care    to    keep    our    facility    as    secure    as    we    can    but    please    remember    -    you    are responsible for insuring your belongings while stored with us. Click here to go to the website of a specialist insurer