There can be lots of scenarios in which you might find yourself in need of extra space. Perhaps you’ve just inherited a sizeable collection of grandfather clocks, or you’re converting the room with 1,000 records into a nursery. Maybe you have a piano that is going to live with a friend, but that friend is at least a month away from being able to take it, while the new treadmill arrives next week. Whatever the reason, when looking for a storage unit, you want to make sure that there are certain features before you seal the deal.
When looking for public storage units Petaluma, it’s imperative that your belongings be secure. Ideally, you want to go with a company that employs an on-site manager, somebody on premises whose tasked with helping with client issues as well as minding the proverbial store so that you don’t have to. A locking door and a password-controlled entryway are a plus, and cameras (visible and hidden) can help to deter bad intentions.
When you need to access your things, the path of least resistance is the most preferable, right? It’s as important that those security applications that keep the bad elements out also let you in, whenever you need. Look for a storage unit that is open for you 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The property needs to be clean and functional. Make sure the space doesn’t look like it’s taken on any water damage, and that the roof is leakproof. Look for storage units that are constructed of metal or concrete, as these are proven to be efficient.
Make sure to advocate for your needs with this one. If you’re only in need of the unit for a month, you shouldn’t need a six-month lease. If you aren’t quite certain how long you’ll need the space, try to find a lease that has some flexibility, like a month by month payment plan, or a pre-payment plan in which you can get a percentage of your money back if you need to end the lease early.