Have you been painting the wall at your home for a remodeling project and then accidentally slipped and decorated the antique grandfather clock you loved ever since you were a child with a streak of neon green paint? If you have then there are two things that need to be said; number one, why did you leave your clock without any covering next to the wall you were painting, and number two, your choice in paint colours is atrocious. Anyway now you have a grandfather clock ruined by neon-green, all thanks to you not storing it away properly.
Storage is important. It is even more so for furniture. Fittings can be ruined so easily. If there is not enough light, if it is it is too damp, if there are cats around, if there is a termite infestation, if you have a children infestation, regardless of which one it is furniture can be ruined. Furniture should be stored properly. You cannot leave it in the middle of the hall that you are busy painting to look like a grandmother’s worst nightmare, or leave it in your basement to be ruined by roaches and what not.
So where can you store your fittings? Well there are a few options.
If you can unscrew the pieces and put them in a box and seal it, you can keep it you garage or attic however even then your furniture is at risk of getting dented or just racking up dust and bugs because bugs will always find a way to get into whatever they set their tiny minds on. so the best option would to give your furniture to be stored at storage companies in Dubai.
In furniture storage companies, they have proper places to store furniture. The furniture will be boxed, sealed and stored in racks found in area where the temperature is controlled so there would not be any chance of the boxes getting damp or being subject to too much heat. Furthermore they are stored in racks and they will not be piled up on top of one another. So your furniture would be kept safe and sound away from roaches, termites, dust, cats, dampness, heat and children.
Of course this would be at a charge however your furniture will be safe and shouldn’t that matter more? After all this isn’t just plain old furniture. It is your furniture. The antique grandfather’s clock had been throughout your childhood. You had sat, with eye wide open, struck by amazement as the hands of the clocks slowly moved. So shouldn’t you acre for them the best way you possibly can?