Local PODS® Moving and Storage Offers Declutter Tips for the New Year

eTradeWire News/10507351
PODS moving and storage methods provide cost-effective ways to declutter and store items

VENTURA, Calif. - Jan. 10, 2019 - eTradeWire -- (Ventura County) -  As we enter 2019, New Year's resolutions are at the forefront of everyone's mind. While gyms start to reach capacity and homes receive fresh face lifts, local PODS moving and storage is stepping in to help local residents declutter their homes and start the New Year clutter free with a few helpful tips.

Tip #1- Go at your own pace. The clutter wasn't created in one day so neither will the decluttering process. Going at your own pace will allow you to keep up and develop a good routine.

Tip #2- If you don't use it, donate or sell it. People often hold onto items that they do not need. Organize your belongings by sentimental value and prune the items you are unsure of. Local PODS moving and storage offers secure, climate controlled warehouses to store those sentimental items you are not ready to part with.

Tip #3-Equip yourself with the right tools to organize your home. Using clear plastic bins to store seasonal items and labels will help keep those items clean and organized.

Tip #4-Transform Rooms: Once you have spaces opened up from junk, rearrange furniture accordingly. Organize furniture, artwork, or other memorabilia in the visually appealing coordination of threes. If there's more than three, consider storing items.

More on eTradeWire News
Tip #5- Consolidate seasonal items. It's time to take down the Christmas décor and pull out your Valentine's Day adornments. When packing keep similar items together and make sure to mark containers clearly so that they're ready for next year's holiday decorating.

PODS moving and storage methods provide cost-effective ways to declutter and store items:

n  Accessibility – PODS will drop off a container and store it when filled.

n  Storage of Clutter – On-site or off-site storage of all those large or unruly household items. Clear houses, yard, and other living spaces of personal items so the house structure shines through.

n  Flexible Solutions – By storing items with PODS, there's the additional benefit of swapping out items such as holiday decorations for regular everyday belongings.

"PODS is the perfect solution to a clutter free home in 2019," said Steve Yapp, owner of local PODS moving and storage. "It is our highest priority to provide our customers with the best moving and storage tools and tips for a stress free decluttering experience."

About PODS

Steve Yapp is the owner of three Tri-Counties PODS franchises that serve residents and businesses in Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo Counties.

Dedicated to the local community, Yapp's franchises have donated hundreds of PODS containers to nonprofit and charitable organizations throughout Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, San Diego and Los Angeles counties since opening their doors in 2005.

More on eTradeWire News
A partial list of recipients include: Boys & Girls Clubs, FOOD Share of Ventura County, Casa Pacifica, Toys 4 Tots, California Strawberry Festival, Ojai Music Festival, Relay for Life, C.H.P. Holiday Toy Drive, Salvation Army, Santa Maria Good Samaritan, Oxnard Downtown Management District, Boy Scouts of Ventura County, California Visitors Center, Simi Valley Days, the Oxnard Salsa Festival, and Catholic Charities. PODS® is a leader in the moving and storage industry providing both residential and commercial services in 46 U.S. states, Canada, Australia and the UK. Founded in 1998, PODS pioneered the portable moving and storage industry now preferred by many customers' increasingly active and mobile lifestyles. To date, the PODS network has completed more than 700,000 long-distance moves, exceeded 3 million deliveries and has more than 185,000 PODS containers in service.

For more information, go to: www.mylocalpods.com. (http://www.mylocalpods.com/)

Consortium Media - Katie Yates

Source: PODS TriCounties
Filed Under: Home

Show All News | Report Violation

1000 characters max.