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Last-Minute Storage Solutions
There are times in life when you’ll find yourself in need of a climate-controlled storage unit, and getting kicked out of your house might usher in one of those times. Now, don’t get us wrong, self storage does not mean it’s a great place to store yourself, but a unit can really come in handy when you need to stash your stuff quickly. Finding a climate-controlled storage unit that’s accessible twenty-four hours a day is truly a bonus, both convenient and safe.
- First, let’s reiterate: you cannot store yourself in self storage. Though it may seem a viable alternative to the street, a climate-controlled storage unit is not a good place to live! For one thing, there’s no plumbing. Further, you can’t plug in any appliances, which makes it far less convenient than an apartment. While we’re happy to keep your valuables safe, you are better off stashing your gear with us, and renting yourself a cheap hotel room until you find a more permanent solution.
- Fido can’t live there either. Pets and plants are not safe in self-storage, even when it’s a climate-controlled storage unit. Storage units are not well ventilated, so they’re not safe for living things. Call your sister; she’ll probably take the dog for a couple of days.
- The good news is that you can get into a storage unit rather quickly. You can reserve a climate-controlled storage unit online, and then when you come in during business hours to finalize the rental, it’ll only take a few minutes. After that, you’ll be able to access your gear twenty-four hours a day, and know that when you’re not there, it’s in good hands.
For 24-hour-a-day, climate-controlled self storage, Texas residents need look no further than Storage Choice. Committed to treating your valuables as well as we’d treat our own, Storage Choice offers state-of-the-art security, easy access to units, and a friendly, professional staff. If you ever find yourself in this undesirable situation, Storage Choice will be there when you need them! Visit the website to learn more, or connect with the online community on Facebook and Twitter.