Tenants often use subleasing contracts to opt out of their lease before the term is up or to cover expenses for their rental properties while they are away.
Whether you are downsizing or moving in temporarily, a self-storage unit can help improve organization and safeguard belongings as you transition into your home.
Below, we explain how subletters can reduce clutter by storing belongings in a self-storage unit.
Optimize Space and Reduce Unnecessary Clutter
For larger items, consider working with an off-site storage facility that can accommodate your storage needs:
- Furniture. Store couches, bedframes or tables to optimize floor space.
- Seasonal items. Stow away gardening tools, clothing or decorations during the offseason.
- Vehicles. Safeguard vehicles, such as boats, motorcycles or cars, when parking accommodations are not included in your sublease.
Before moving into a rental space, sort through your belongings to determine which items you need and which items to store.
Select the Best Storage Unit
- Climate-controlled units. Safeguard metal or wooden furniture, electronics, appliances and clothing from damage due to unfavorable weather conditions, such as excessive sun exposure, heat or freezing temperatures.
- Convenient access. Gain immediate access to belongings at any time.
- Packing and moving supplies. Select a storage facility that offers an assortment of moving supplies, such as tape, packing peanuts, bubble wrap and glass packers, to guarantee safe transport of belongings.
- Premium security. Ensure the facility is monitored with state-of-the-art-technology, such as door alarms and locks, 24-hour surveillance and ample lighting.
In what ways could you benefit from utilizing a self-storage unit when subleasing a property? Share in the comment section below!
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