Housing your items in a storage unit may seem pretty simple, and while it is, you do need to perform due diligence before you sign a tenancy agreement. One of those due-diligent items is reviewing what size of unit and which storage facility you should use.
Which storage unit should I choose?
There are many types of storage units today. Some are simple, cement blocks with a garage door on them and others are a bit eco-friendlier and more upscale. Depending on what you plan to use your storage unit for, will determine which option is best for your needs.
Business storage –
As you become a business owner, you may need to find a place to house your inventory. A storage unit is a great way to do that. As your business grows, you move locations, or you decide to downgrade your office space, you can use a business storage unit to help you hold your items until you need them.
Climate controlled –
Climate controlled storage units are typically indoor units; however, some storage facilities do have outdoor climate-controlled units. These units help with eliminating bugs, rodents, mildew, mold, corrosion, rust, and warping.
Boat storage –
Some units are even great for boat storage. Instead of storing your boat at the local marina all year, some units are large enough you can store your boat in them at a cheap rate!
Mini storage unit –
Be sure you check which unit size you’ll be looking for as some come in mini size all the way up to extra-large. The cost will be reflective of size as well.