TOP THINGS TO LOOK FOR IN A SELF-STORAGE UNIT
Most people do not have to rent a storage unit for the entirety of their life. Often, storage is only necessary while a house is being built or between moves. For business, extra furniture or old records can be kept in a storage unit. As spring or fall cleaning begins, extra items can be carefully packed and sent to a storage unit. For the new user, figuring out the tips and tricks to using a self-storage facility is necessary.
Checking out the Size of the Self-Storage Unit
The manager of the storage facility cannot physically know how many boxes will be placed in the unit. For them to offer any assistance, the family should pack their items and figure out how many boxes are being put into storage. With this information, the storage manager or an online guide can give them better information about the right size of unit to use. In addition, using a storage facility that has multiple sizes of units will help save on costs. If the facility only offers one standard size, the family will end up wasting money on the space that they do not actually need.
[caption id="attachment_633" align="alignnone" width="300"] Operating System at Lexington Mini Storage in Lexington, KY[/caption]