Whether you live in a modest size apartment, a lavish condominium or a house, there will come a time when your place of residence is no longer sufficient for storing all the things you accumulate. When this occurs many people seek out storage facilities that are located near their home.
If you live in the New York City area and you need to store anything from furniture to clothing and even pots and pans, you may want to check out Storage Plus. The company has four self-storage gated locations one of which is probably close to where you live. There are two locations in Brooklyn and two in Queens and each location have facilities that can accommodate contents of a small closet to contents of a 100 square foot to 300 square foot apartment. The company accommodates residential, personal, business, and commercial customers.
When you rent space at a Storage Plus site only you fully control access. You provide the lock and key. Each unit is climate controlled based on the weather. There is a heater and air conditioner so the temperature can be balanced to assure preservation of stored items. In addition, each facility is equipped with cameras and includes sprinklers in case of a fire.
Each self-storage site is open seven days a week and includes a professional staff, free outdoor parking, the ability to receive and ship items, loading docks, ladders, and carts. Customers are required to register at the main office before going to their unit. Moreover, each site can provide you with a truck and driver that are free for up to two hours for first time customers. Time after the two hours will require the payment of a fee. For your convenience, Storage Plus is affiliated with Avi Moving if you rather have a moving company deliver items to or from the unit. All location has boxes and packing supplies for sale.
Customers can vacate their unit at any time as long as their monthly rent is paid and there are no remaining charges due on their account. Customers must inform the staff before taking the stored items and leaving.
There is a $10 fee for paying rent late. If you are late paying rent after two months, a bill will be sent to you. If rent has not been paid for three months, the items in the unit will be scheduled for auction.
The company website features tips on such things as boxing and packing items for travel to a storage facility and how to pack your unit when you get there. There are also “do not” suggestions like: “Do not use plastic to cover your items because it retains moisture” and “Do not store any food to prevent any unwanted guests” and a guide to self-storage, U-haul self storage packing tips, and storage solutions self-storage tips. There is also a link to a free storage exchange, and links to storage companies by state, city and region. Finally, there are links to storage companies that are affiliated with Storage Plus including a business in Riverton, Connecticut; a business in Glendale, Arizona; and two businesses in San Diego.
For more details visit the Storage Plus website.