The seasonal shift from winter to spring provides not only an excellent opportunity to focus on changing yourwardrobe, but also on streamlining your belongings and enjoying the cognitive and health benefits of a less-cluttered life.
The most important thing you can do to protect your belongings in a storage unit is to choose a secure, well-maintained facility. The second thing? Choosing the right lock. Here's a look at the many types of locks you can use to secure your belongings against theft.
Keyless locks do not require a key and instead require entering a number code or dialing a combination. Keyless locks were first made for vehicles with remote entry systems but they are now used for everything from residential front doors to gym lockers and storage units.
Are you paying office rent rates for items you could store? Many business owners rely on self storage facilities to avoid costly leases and store inventory and business supplies. Most business offices lack enough storage space for inventory, supplies, samples, and paperwork. This can easily lead to an inefficient and messy office.
It's important to choose the right size storage unit to avoid paying extra for space you don't need or worse: not having enough space for your belongings. The best way to rent the right size unit is to first make an inventory of the items you will store, including appliances, boxes, furniture, and anything with an odd shape that can't be stored in a box. Next, check the most common unit sizes below to estimate the size you need.