Advantages of Storage Rental vs. Purchasing a Commercial Storage Building

climate controlled storage units

Part One

Climate Masters Indoor Storage is proud to serve businesses throughout the Lowcountry.  Our customers trust us with their climate controlled storage and vehicle storage needs.  Businesses especially appreciate the fact that we offer added benefits including loading docks, forklifts with certified operators and pallet jacks.  We also receive shipments from all major carriers.

Business owners sometimes wonder whether it is more beneficial to rent storage or purchase a commercial storage building.  Our next series of articles will explore some of  advantages of storage rental.

Security

Storage rental at Climate Masters Indoor Storage includes high tech security and a monitored fire alarm system designed to keep your contents safe.  If you own a storage building, you will need to purchase an alarm system, surveillance cameras, access gate and alarm monitoring services.  This can be quite costly in comparison to what you pay to rent storage.

Insurance

Insuring a storage building can be quite costly.  While you may wish to purchase optional insurance for your contents when you rent storage, the expense is minimal compared to the cost of storage building insurance.

Utilities

With storage rental, electricity, air conditioning, etc. is included in the quoted storage rates. When you own a storage building, the cost of utilities can be quite expensive in comparison.

Climate Masters Indoor Storage offers reliable, convenient climate controlled storage units in Hanahan, Summerville and Daniel Island. We offer extra-long spaces for vehicle storage and RV storage at our Hanahan and Summerville locations. Our competitive storage rates coupled with our excellent customer service make us the Lowcountry’s choice for both residential and commercial climate controlled storage units and vehicle storage / RV storage spaces.  Give us a call to learn more today!

 

 

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