Storage Rooms For the Space Deficient
Sometimes when you move, you end up losing a lot of things, or not having quite enough space for them. Maybe you chose an incompetent moving company (it happens sometimes. Most are pretty competent, but there’s always that one or two.) that ended up breaking or losing something. There’s got to be a way of getting around this though.
The solution? Storage rooms. One way that you can keep up with your stuff is to transfer it a little at a time to a storage facility and to get things out as you need them when you finally get into your new house. This might seem like a lot of work-but think of it this way. You have a few months until you finally get into your new house, correct? At the end, you’re going to have to pay off all of your bills, pay startup deposits for your utilities at your new home and get it cleaned and prepped for the furniture-it’s a big job. However, if you have everything right up the street at the storage facility, you can arrange it little by little until you finally get it ready to inhabit.
For some, the idea might seem good, but you might have a few there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that! No one has enough money to move AND replace everything that they used to have in their house! It would take months at least to get a decent living room and kitchen set-let alone the bedroom sets and dressers.
What if someone steals my stuff?
This is a very realistic concern. As stated above, no one has enough money to replace their whole house! Some things are heirlooms passed down through the ages or antiques or just special because they’re yours! Either way, you want to know that everything is safe and sound…
It is! Where there are storage rooms, there are also several security measures used primarily to keep your things safe.
What are these measures?
In order to keep your things, there are cameras everywhere, twenty-four seven. If so much as a mouse creeps across the premises, they’re caught on camera. A person would be hard to miss.
If for whatever reason, the cameras don’t catch someone, there are also motion detectors and alarms after dark. These detectors catch anyone moving who shouldn’t be after hours.
Not to mention, there are also several security guards who patrol the premises to make sure that if someone surpasses the first two measures, that they are caught.
Besides the extra security methods, there’s also the issue of getting in. You cannot enter the premises to reach the storage rooms without having a security code. You also cannot simply use the security code to open your storage facility-you have to have a key. Each and every key is completely unique.
With all of these security measures, your belongings are sure to stay safe throughout their stay. It’s all as simple as renting one or two storage rooms.