August 7, 2018

5 Reasons To Use Storage

If Alex Trebek unveiled a Jeopardy category called “Your Stuff,” the Double Jeopardy question would be “The most frequent reason to store stuff.” Right off the top of your head you would say “Need more room” and you know what, your answer would bring on the pleasant sounding bell.
However, we have several more reasons for stashing our stuff than simply using a facility to keep things until the relocation dust settles. In fact, we can name five reasons to use storage off the top of our heads.

Home Makeover

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Let’s say you plan to renovate the living room or completely replace the garage. You will need a temporary place to keep artwork, carpeting, and furniture. A temperature regulated unit ensures your finest pieces of furniture remain in pristine condition, instead of sitting under a tarp for up to a month. A temperature regulated unit is also an excellent space to store the materials used to renovate part of your home.

Seasonal Gear and Equipment

When summer transitions to fall, we need to keep warm weather recreational gear and equipment in a vacant area of the attic, garage, or basement. The same principle applies for storing shovels, snowboards, and ice skates when winter turns to spring. A facility keeps your seasonal gear and equipment secure until the time comes to break out the skis or fishing gear.

Business Documents

If you operate a small business or simply need a place to store important business documents within easy access of the home or office, a temperature regulated unit offers the security you need to sleep well at night. Highly rated facilities install advanced camera surveillance systems to protect customer possessions. You should also search for a nearby storage business that has set up an alarm system that directly transmits alerts to local law enforcement.

Place to Park a Car, Boat, or RV

Between state-of-the-art security systems and well lit facilities, storage facilities provide customers with viable options for keeping cars, boats, and RVs. Specially designed units provide plenty of room to store wide boats and RVs. If you drive a car only during the warmer months of the year, a temperature regulated unit represents the ideal spot to secure a car in winter.

Selling a Home Early

The sooner you sell your home, the better. Sometimes, that means selling a home before it is time to move the family across the state or cross country. A well lit unit offers the space to keep stuff that you do not need until you move into your new home. Most facilities devise short term contract that last as short as one week.

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