Glasgow Storage Company Now Assists Victims of the Current Credit Crunch

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Now that the Scotland credit crunch is forcing many young adults back into their parents' homes, they are hiring Kangaroo Self Storage Glasgow to store their belongings.

Many victims of the current Scotland credit crunch are now finding they have no choice but to move back in with their parents. Kangaroo Self Storage Glasgow reports a surge in storage demand from 20-30 year olds who are returning to live with their parents. These customers intend to store their belongings until the economy recovers.

Faced with unmanageable debts, redundancies, and the collapsing housing market, many young adults simply cannot afford their own homes. They find the only solution is to return to live in their parent's house until their situation improves. Chris Stevens, the managing director of Kangaroo Self Storage Glasgow states "6 to 8 customers a week tell us they are storing their belongings and moving back in with their parents. Demand for our smaller sized rooms has never been so high".

Lesley Morris typifies the loss of independence "I just couldn't afford to stay on in my own flat. Thankfully my parents are supportive and happy for me to move back in with them for a while. Kangaroo Self Storage has the perfect sized room for my needs". As she closes the door on her belongings, Lesley admits that she doesn't know when she'll be able to afford her own place again.
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About Kangaroo Self Storage:
Kangaroo Self Storage provides services to Glasgow and Dundee, Scotland. While their customer base features people from all walks of life, the most common customers include businesses, householders, and students. Practically anything can be stored in their facilities including tools, archives, equipment, furniture, etc. Customers can also arrange for their deliveries to be accepted, trained staff offer a free forklift truck service and also offer a collection service making it easy to move in.

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