Are you considering moving overseas or to another state on a temporary assignment? Unless you are planning a permanent move you probably won't want to take all of your possessions with you, but you may still need to sell your home or surrender your lease while you are away. Unless you want to sell all of your possessions, you must find somewhere to store them until you are able to return and put them into your new property. If you are looking for somewhere to keep everything that you own, then a self-storage site is likely to be the best option for you.
What can a self-storage company offer you?
When you need a flexible, cost-effective storage solution, then a self-storage company should be able to help you. Most companies will be able to accommodate you whether you need just one square metre of space or sufficient room to accommodate the contents of your entire property. If you are unsure how much space your goods will occupy when stored, it makes sense to ask the company since they will have plenty of experience moving items in and out of storage and will know how much space you are likely to need.
Will you need access?
When selecting a self-storage company it is important that you check the terms of the storage before you have your goods packed away. One of the most important considerations is identifying whether or not you will need access during the period of storage. If you are staying in the vicinity of the storage venue but keeping your goods in storage while you stay in short-term accommodation then you may want to access your property from time to time without taking it out of storage. Most self-storage companies will be happy to allow that, but you will need to confirm that when you place the goods in storage so the company know that they must place them in an accessible location.
Is the site secure?
A final consideration that you must check before committing to using a self-storage company is finding out how secure their site is. You must be certain that your property will be safe and protected until you return to claim it. Ask them how many keyholders there are for your unit and what CCTV or other security provisions are in place. Only when you are happy with their answers should you commit to letting them care for your property.
For more information, contact a self-storage facility today.