Not everyone is a rule follower, but the majority of us Americans are pretty against getting jail time. While you most likely have a lengthy section of the rental agreement detailing what can and cannot be stored at your facility, it’s still a smart idea to discuss these policies in the framework of fire safety. Fireworks, or any other kind of explosive or extremely flammable item should not be stored in a self-storage facility. Many states actually have laws against storing such items in a storage unit precisely for the fact that they make a fire an even more dangerous situation.
Hurricane Season 2019 Hurricane preparation is one of the aspects of disaster management that can actually be scheduled. While the event itself can be unpredictable, hurricane season comes about every year and as a self-storage owner/operator you can use the time between seasons to prepare and update your disaster planning and management practices. Disaster […]
When Scary Stuff Happens to Your Stuff Scary things happen. Earthquakes and rodents and fire (oh my!) and much more! So when we protect your tenants’ property from these damaging situations, we do everything in our power to make the experience in filing a claim less frightening. But, there are a few things you can […]