Too Much Stuff to “Stuff” Anywhere? New Site Helps you “Find Self Storage” For It

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Investment Real Estate, LLC has launched a new website, FindMySelfStorage.com, to help you find the right storage at a time and place that's right for you.

It’s that time of year again. With the arrival of spring comes spring cleaning. For many people, spring is also a time for new beginnings. New beginnings often lead to new locations. And new locations involve an even more daunting task—moving.

Whether you’re clearing out space in the garage this season or moving into a new house or apartment, you probably have some things you want to store - but have no idea where to store them. If that’s the case, Investment Real Estate, LLC has launched a new website, FindMySelfStorage.com, to help you find the right storage at a time and place that's right for you.

Find My Self Storage has options in its network of preferred self storage facilities depending on what you need to store (and where you want to store it). The Find My Self Storage network of self storage facilities ranges from eastern states like Pennsylvania and New Jersey all the way to Montana, so there is a chance they feature a location in your area. Self storage units in the Find My Self Storage network have both indoor and outdoor facilities. Outdoor units are typically one level with drive-up access, especially convenient because they allow direct access to the unit to load and unload your belongings.

Indoor units are protected from the weather and are often multi-story facilities, accessible by elevator and often include heating and air conditioning systems to maintain temperatures between 55 and 80 degrees. Using a climate controlled unit can help protect against warping, cracking, rust, corrosion, mold, mildew and infestation, which may occur in severe hot and cold weather. If a location for storing valuables like clothing, important documents, antiques, furniture, artwork, electronics, and machines is a necessity for you this spring, climate controlled storage may be the perfect solution.

Available self storage units in the FindMySelfStorage.com network range from mini-storage closet sized capacity to 300 square feet, about the size of a two car garage. The smallest units areis perfect for storing furniture, bikes, clothing or boxes. The largest units can accommodate a small commercial truck, a small boat, vehicle or the contents of a four-bedroom home.

FindMySelfStorage.com also comes equipped with helpful online resources for deciding on a self storage facility. Anyone who has trouble visualizing or guessing which size is right for their items will find a useful unit size calculator on the site. Visual guides like a space estimator give users an idea of what items each size storage unit can hold, and a online box calculator even estimates how many boxes someone may need for packing and moving.

When you find the right unit in your area on FindMySelfStorage.com and wish to find out more information on renting, the process is quite simple - fill out the form on the top right of the homepage and a property manager in your area will be in touch with you as soon as possible. There are minimum rental periods and personal information necessary to validate a reservation, but a Property Manager is available at all FindMySelfStorage.com network locations during office hours to answer your questions. Most facilities in the network accept cash, check, Visa, MasterCard and all major credit cards. Some even offer monthly automatic credit card payment and online bill payment. High quality locks, packing supplies, and insurance are also often available at the locations for a small additional fee.

Currently, the network of self storage facilities at FindMySelfStorage.com includes locations in eight states - Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Montana, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. For more information on the Find My Self Storage network or to get connected with one of the network's preferred facilities, please visit http://www.findmyselfstorage.com.

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