The Storage Post Blog

Storage Post building and units
Building outside

Lack of storage space at your business can lead to a messy office overflowing with documents, inventory, equipment and supplies. Plus, you may be paying increased rental rates for a larger office to house items you don’t necessarily use every day.

Storage Post signage

As summer weather comes to an end you may be thinking of where you can store your summer toys like your RVs, boats, and watercraft (Jet skis, kayaks, canoes) and any accessories like trailers you have used to transport them.

Retail space inside of a store

After the death of a self-storage tenant, many questions arise regarding access to the tenant’s unit and stored belongings. During this emotional time, it is still necessary to follow the proper procedures of the facility and the legal guidelines of the state in which the unit is located.** 

Hallway of storage units
Storage Post store entrance

This summer are you planning on spending hours of fun in the sun on your new boat or Jet Ski? Maybe you’ve planned for some long distance road trips in your new RV? But, have you planned where you will safely store your new summer toys between uses or in the off season?

Open and empty storage unit

Whether you are visiting your local Storage Post facility for the first time or the hundredth time, you want to know that an experienced, helpful staff is ready to assist you with all of your self storage needs.

Drive up storage units

If you have plans for long term travel, you may have determined it’s not exactly economical to continue paying rent on a condo, townhouse, or apartment; or you may be concerned about the security of your home while it is left unattended.