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  • Store Friendly Comes Out on Top with the Most Branches in Hong Kong

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    Data from a recent Consumer Council survey on 23 storage service companies showed that Store Friendly has 93 branches throughout Hong Kong, the most in the city, followed by Apple Storage in second place and SC storage in third place. Previously according to market research company, IPSOS, Store Friendly has had the largest number of storage facilities since 2018 but data from the Consumer Council has confirmed the exact number of stores that are spread across Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and New Territories – there is sure to be a Store Friendly near you!
  • A Non-descript Space Transformed into a Resort-inspired Ho Man Tin Home

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    Like having a favourite hair salon or restaurant, sometimes a homeowner enjoys an interior designer’s work so much that they can’t help coming back for more. Such was the case with local interior design studio Grande Home and this couple, who commissioned the firm to design their home in the New Territories.
  • Home Insurance Guide

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    The purpose of purchasing home insurance is to protect your property against accidents like theft and loss of valuables. As most people spend their hard-earned dollars to attain property ownership, you will want to buy home insurance to protect your home in the event of fires or flooding. The maintenance cost, in addition to the loss of the property, could cost you millions in just a matter of minutes. Don’t be penny-wise and pound-foolish and not buy home insurance.
  • Step Inside this Tranquil 445-square-feet Tuen Mun Home

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    For a city where space is limited in Hong Kong, making effective use of space and making it appear larger than it is is a common request from homeowners. To match their lighthearted and casual lifestyle, this young couple worked with Inch Interiors to achieve their dream of a calming oasis to unwind in at their new 445-square-feet two-bedroom abode in Tuen Mun.
  • A Beginner’s Guide to Smart Home Systems

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    In the pursuit of a better quality of life, an increasing number of homeowners nowadays are considering turning their homes into smart homes. However, creating a smart home calls for smart decisions, and not everybody knows what to do or what to look out for. German Cheung, director of smart home solutions provider Elevant-Garde, has some useful tips to offer. To begin, he wants to reassure that smart home systems in fact don’t require a huge bandwidth on your home internet, and with the advancement in modern internet technology and the ubiquity of a WiFi network, most Hong Kong homes can easily be transformed into smart homes.