16 Feb 2012

Young couples turn to self storage for more room while expecting

Some young couples throughout Canada and the U.S. are starting to settle down into their first homes. Although there may be plenty of storage for two, when a bundle of joy is on the way, it may be hard to find enough space to keep all that comes along with a new baby, Tech-Army.org reports.

According to the source, many young people starting out live in cramped homes or apartments that barely affords enough room for two people to share. When a new baby is on the way, there needs to be even more consideration and many families are opting to store their unnecessary items in self storage  for the time being.

Although it may seem like a burden for some to have to add on another monthly bill, there are actually a number of affordable self storage in Toronto and all around Canada and the U.S. that may make it the right decision to have more space in the home.

Better Homes and Gardens reports that families can also add more space to their small homes by turning a closet or nook into a home office using fun curtains to divide the room and finding furniture with a double purpose – such as a chair or coffee table that lifts up for more storage.  

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