Renting a self storage unit can be a great way to reduce clutter and free up needed space at the home or office. A storage unit is a smart place to keep a few boxes, old appliances, memorabilia, heirlooms and old toys.
Often self storage units may offer security features not normally found in homes. In addition to a lock on your unit, storage facilities are can be protected by a security fence, surveillance cameras, a gated entry, limited after-hours entry, exterior lighting and an onsite resident manager. If you choose to purchase an in-home security system which may protect the items stored in your home, will it protect items left in your yard or in your backyard storage shed? Self storage units give you the benefits of both extra storage space and added security.
Some items pose potential hazards at home and need to be placed in a secure area to ensure the safety of your family. Between handyman or renovation jobs a self storage unit store power tools, ladders, saws and drills away from curious children and reduce the risk of possible accidents or damage.
Homes may not have the storage space to hold large items, and a self storage unit may be a perfect solution. Reclaim your garage for your car and store overflow items like exercise equipment, camping supplies, projects, excess furniture or boxes of toys, clothes and other treasures, You may not have room for in your garage or driveway for vehicles or your neighborhood agreements may not allow them to be parked on the street, in the yard, or on driveways. So seek outside self-storage with it added security for boats, RVs, automobiles. A larger storage unit can also provide protection for your projects, equipment, or even vintage cars.