Many of us have basements in our homes, but is it something where we would be willing to invite our friends and other visitors? Are you proud of the way your basement look, or does it rather resemble a really messy place with no sense of order? As your New Year resolution I challenge you to consider de-clutter your basement and turn it into livable space where you would be willing to invite people and be proud of it. Here are some ideas to make that happen:
1. Make use of wall storage. This is an excellent idea that works very well for all kinds of tools you can hang on the wall. With the help of it you are able to see exactly what you have, and it is a great way to categorize things by their function.
2. Consider mounted baskets. they are a bit similar to wall storage, but at the same time they allow you to store a lot of smaller items that you cannot hang on the wall easily. One obvious benefit of them is that you can see the items easily provided that the baskets are transparent.
3. Use various forms of overhead storage as much as possible to maximise the floor space. If there is some unused space over the desk make sure to use it efficiently. The same applies to all the space you can find under the stairs and in the corners of your basement. This should be used efficiently as well.
4. If you feel like you are lacking some extra space in your basement it might be time to call your local storage unit such as storage units freeport. In most storage unit you can store whatever you want provided that you don’t create a hazard that would put others at risk. Before you rent a storage unit you might want to familiarize yourself with their terms and conditions to know exactly how a storage unit works, when you are allowed to visit, who has access to your belongings, etc. Once you know all this stuff, it is time for you to explore all the benefits arising from renting a storage facility.