Ever have those projects around the house where you need to clear out a room to do some work but don't want to clutter another room or drive a mile to put your possessions in a storage facility? That's where residential storage comes in handy.
Simply rent a storage container and have it placed either on your driveway or on the street in front of your house. This way you can put your things in a wind and water-tight space and have them out of the way, but not out of reach.
And if you're worried about security, don't be. Most conex containers are built to have a master lock that go up inside a solid metal casing, meaning you can't get lock cutters in to cut the lock. I'm not saying it's impossible to break in, but it is hard and the lengths someone would have to go through are extreme.
But before you book a unit to be placed on your property or street, make sure you check your HOA and City ordinances to make sure you are allowed to have one. Some HOAs don't allow units to be placed on your property and some cities require a permit to have the container placed on the street. So always double check before ordering.
If you can't have one on your property, don't panic. You can also look into having a unit dropped, loaded and picked up to be stored at an offsite location.
So the next time you're doing restoration projects or just an at-home project, consider getting a storage unit for your convenience and peace of mind.
Published on March 5, 2015 | Categories: Marketing
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