Bournemouth, UK – WhatStorage, an online self-storage marketplace, is delighted to announce that they will be giving away free premium listings to self-storage facilities. The concept behind the idea is that this would help users its marketplace to find the best self-storage facility for their situation faster. As the Brexit deadline rapidly approaches, demand for self-storage has rocketed.
Storage units are a versatile solution to your storage problems. Tenants can store extra furniture and items they have lying around their house to declutter. Personal storage units can also be used as a space for heavy equipment, art supplies and other stuff that would typically be put in the attic or garage.
The WhatStorage marketplace also features business storage units which companies may use to store their files, stocks, etc. With hundreds of available storage units all across the UK, WhatStorage enables its users to sort and compare through all of the different providers on one easy to operate website. With an advanced search filter tool, website visitors can scroll through storage units by price, size, and distance. They can even view and compare units against each other to see which would fit their requirements better. Once a user has selected a storage facility, the website also enables its users to reserve units.
With the impending Brexit causing a nationwide panic, millions of UK residents are starting to stockpile not just on food but also imported goods whose price are expected to go sky-high. With many deciding to impulse buy and stockpile, their houses are simply becoming cluttered and in some cases unsafe to live in.
It is not a secret that the future of the economy of the United Kingdom is in a grey area right now with negotiations still ongoing. The European Union and the United Kingdom with its respective members are still going over the repercussions following the United Kingdom’s exit. Tariff deals, Work Permits, and Job Security are just some factors that have to be negotiated and resolved before March 29, 2019.
Should no trade agreement be reached before this date, the UK would be experiencing a high tariff that they have not seen in years. Tobacco, for example, would see a 74 percent price increase. Orange juice, a staple breakfast item, would have a 22 percent increase while residents would have to pay 10 percent more for an automobile. Inflation and the weakening of the pound, among other economic crises, would occur.
Matt Taylor, WhatStorage’s representative, said, “A lot of the time when people find themselves in need of self-storage, there is a sense of urgency or panic. Consequently, people make bad decisions based on emotion rather than logic, which could potentially cost them a lot of money at a time when finances could be particularly tight. With the convenience of WhatStorage’s website, its users are guaranteed to find only the best storage unit that would fit their needs.”
What Storage is a UK based online resource that collates all of the different self-storage facilities across the country. It has a fully searchable database that users can utilize to compare different facilities. For more information about the company and the various services that they provide, visit their website at https://whatstorage.co.uk or the WhatStorage Facebook Page.
Company Name: WhatStorage
Contact Person: Matt Taylor
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Phone: 0800 161 5562
Address:1105 Christchurch Road
Country: United Kingdom