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What to Expect of a Storage Service in Houston

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What to Expect of a Storage Service in Houston

Many know how important and challenging a move can be. However, not much is ever said about the importance of having a secure and safe place to store personal items. The truth is, choosing a storage service is just as important as choosing a relocation agency. If you’re looking for a storage service, Houston is home to a number of choices; some are great, and others may be less than great. The goal should be to find one that’s the right fit for you.

Think of the reasons a storage unit is needed in the first place, then narrow down those services that are likely to provide the best solution.

Storage Facility Use

Get specific and decide what the facility will be used for. There are a lot of things that can be stored, like furniture, paper records, cars, art, flowers, gardening tools and clothes, etc. Knowing what will be store goes a long way in determining how much space is needed. Remember, it is not about price. It is about functionality and purpose.

Considerations for Climate Control

Toxic or perishable items should never be housed in a storage facility. It is simply too easy for them to spoil, or cause harm in some way. Perishable items can also attract pesky rodents, and rodents and insects will always attract others of their kind. Check with the storage manager to learn the rules.

Consider if the Storage Service is Up to Par on Customer Service

It is not hard to tell, even from a telephone call, if customer service is a priority. Only consider the fact that people find it irritating if a phone rings and rings, and no one every picks up. If visiting in person, look for signs of good housekeeping. It is easy to tell if the place is being kept up, swept, and if there are security cameras present.

It is also important to be up-to-speed on policies concerning payment. If a payment is late, how are things handled? It is better to know up front than having to deal with an emergency down the line. Doing a little homework and asking a few questions can go a long way.

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