Do Your Thing This Spring

Flowers are blooming, birds are singing, and Attic’s storage units are bursting with fresh opportunities for our customers

After the wettest February on record we’re all glad to see the back of Ciara, Dennis and Jorge. According to The Met Office, spring started on the 1st of March. Astronomically speaking, spring doesn’t officially kick off until Friday 20th March before morphing into summer on Saturday 20th June.

It’s time to shake off the cobwebs, grab 2020 by the cherry blossoms and make the most of the coming season…

What Springs To Mind?

You might no longer be a spring chicken, but do you have the urge to spring clean, drink spring water, or simply spring into some kind of action now the weather’s getting warmer? Attic Self Storage are here to help you exploit this time of growth and new beginnings. To get you in the mood, let’s start off with a nice relaxing poem:

Spring By William Blake

Little lamb,
Here I am;
Come and lick
My white neck;
Let me pull
Your soft wool;
Let me kiss
Your soft face;
Merrily, merrily we welcome in the Year.

Celebrating the advent of spring by snogging a sheep is a bit weird to be honest, but this verse was written by one of the six great romantic poets, so maybe there’s something in it. Snuggling up with a cuddly animal is certainly one way to relieve the stress of modern life.

Avoid The Spring Cleaning

If the dust and clutter has built up in your home over the winter months, if the windows are dirty, if you feel hemmed in by the mess and lack of cupboard space, we have a radical suggestion to make. Don’t wipe, sweep, clean, mop, vacuum, repaint, de-clutter or do the slightest bit of spring cleaning.

Just up sticks and move home altogether. It’s the simple way to start afresh, rediscover your lust for life and feel like you’re genuinely going places.

Why’s Spring The Best Time To Move?

According to the experts at one removals company: ‘If you're in control of your move date, the best times are either late spring or just after the summer holidays, when most moving companies are less busy and consequently their rates will likely be lower as well.’

Now that’s all well and good, but, like the British weather, the property market is notoriously unpredictable, and you might not have any choice about when you move. We’re ready to spring to your assistance at any time of year.

Hope Springs Eternal

Haven’t got a moving date fixed? Don’t worry. Haven’t found a new home yet? Don’t panic. Haven’t even put your current place on the market? Keep calm and carry on packing away your ironic mugs. Rather than sit there twiddling your thumbs waiting for the Estate Agent to pull their finger out, why not make the most of the longer spring days and start planning ahead?

Giving the helpful folk at Attic Self Storage a call is a great place to start.

Don’t Spring It On Us At The Last Minute

We’re here to help take the stress out of moving home. Book a storage space with us ASAP and you can start the process of sorting, packing and shifting your stuff before the big day is upon you. Take advantage of any spare time you get to take another box of your possessions to your unit. Reduce the size of the mountain you’ve got to move by popping into Attic whenever the urge grabs you. We’re open 24/7/365 – come rain, come shine.

Moving as much as you can now will reduce the size of the removals lorry you will eventually need. We’ll keep everything safe for you until you locate your dream home, find a buyer for your old place, or simply give up and leave everything in storage while you spend the rest of the spring in Alice Springs listening to Bruce Springsteen.

Spring Has Sprung

We want the spring to be a wonderful invigorating stress-free time of year for our customers whether they’re moving home or not. This blog has used the word ‘spring’ 24 times altogether (go on count them) in an attempt to get into your head, spur you into action and make your heart beat a little faster.

If we’ve failed to achieve the desired effect, perhaps take Blake’s advice and get smoochy with a consensual ovine.