Many businesses have warehouses of equipment, but other businesses only need a smaller amount of storage for extra office furniture, old technology, and other items that they’re simply not ready to sell. If you have a Syndey business with an overflow of items that, for whatever reason, you aren’t ready to part with, then you need a secure business storage solution such as a secure Sydney Storage Unit until you figure out what you need to do with it.
When you’re moving locations
If you’re moving your business’ office location, you might find that there’s a time when you have too much furniture and equipment, especially if you’re buying new furniture but aren’t ready to part with the old chairs and desks. Using a Sydney Storage Unit is a smart and secure business storage solution for these items. If there’s an overlap of a month in which you’ve purchased the new furniture but haven’t closed the lease on the new place and don’t want to bring the new furniture into the old office, this is the perfect solution.
When you can’t find a buyer for your old equipment
Some businesses have equipment that’s worth thousands of dollars even when it’s currently not in use. If you’re in this situation, consider putting it in a Sydney Storage Unit. It doesn’t make sense to throw it in the landfill. Otherwise, you might need to recycle the parts on equipment that’s no longer functional but has parts of value. This is another time that using a self-storage unit is a great option
When the buyer can’t take it off your hands
If your new equipment or furniture has come in, but the buyer of your old things can’t pick it up right away, you need a secure business storage solution such as a Sydney Storage Unit. Especially if you’re selling to a startup or another business in transition, the buyers might not agree to pick it up until they’re ready. If you’re interested in making more room for the new, a storage unit could be the perfect fit.
When you have paper documents
If you have old documents that you need to retain for a certain number of years, look into storing them in a unit. It can save you space, and you can have an organised space to which only certain people have access. You can also store backup copies of certain things.