Many people associate self-storage for personal use; moving, collectors, downsizing, but self-storage has so much more to offer for businesses in particular.
Self-storage for commercial use is ideal for storing any medical files, tools, materials, business records, equipment, supplies, extra retail inventory, and so much more. Self-storage is perfect for businesses that are going through a transition phase, de-cluttering the space so everyone has room to work, or trying to avoid the high cost of renting a commercial space for storage. Did you know that self-storage is about 60% cheaper that renting a commercial space? The most common businesses using self-storage are restaurants, contractors, pharmaceuticals and hospitals, retail stores, movers, realtors. These are just some of the many businesses that use self-storage.
Many self-storage facilities offer temperature-controlled units, which keep businesses inventories safe from the elements to ensure their products maintain their quality.
Restaurants and bars that have extra tables and linen or additional items from special events or those “just in case” situations in inventory that will not fit in the dining establishment need self-storage. This will help maintain a clutter free atmosphere for guests and give staff the room they need to fulfill orders and wait tables.
If you are a contractor, you probable have extra materials and tools lying around, things can quickly become unorganized. With self- storage you won’t have to worry about space. Take advantage on the special pricing for bulk materials. You will always have the materials you need for the job, readily available when you need them.
Inventory can quickly grow out of control with the change of seasons. Store any additional items in a unit for safe and secure keeping. As sales pick up and requires more inventory, the additional inventory can quickly be picked up from storage at anytime.
About the Author: Tim is an SEO Strategist at Storage Asset Management in York, PA. He is a self-storage industry specialist who has written about everything from storage advice and helpful resources to industry trends. In his free time, Tim enjoys sampling craft beer and exploring the local music scene.