The Storage Post Blog

Let’s face it: moving is no fun. But the right self-storage unit can make moving a lot easier. Since 1998, Storage Post has offered high-quality storage facilities and excellent customer service. Here are all the ways we make your move easy with our self-storage solutions.

Safely using a self-storage unit requires multiple layers of security. Both the business and the customer can work to protect the buildings and their contents, reducing the chances of theft, injury and property damage. 

At some point, most people look around and realize they have too much stuff. Whether it’s because they’re about to move or because they want more space in the house, these people probably need a place to store some of their possessions.  

Whether you’re going away for an extended time or you don’t have the room to store a vehicle, self-storage units can free up space and provide a safer environment for the cars you want to preserve.  

If you've ever had to use a storage unit, you know that there's plenty of things that you can store. But did you know that there are items that you should not put in a storage unit? 

COVID-19 has had a major impact of the lives of nearly everyone in the world. These impacts aren't just limited to the individuals, they even extend into the world of self-storage.

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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.

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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.

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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.**