Understanding the Different Types of Storage Facilities

There are many benefits to using a storage facility : It can help you keep your home free of clutter, and it can make moving a breeze. There are several different types of storage facilities, and each comes with its own pros and cons. Continue on if you are interested in understanding the different types of storage facilities.

Traditional Storage Facility

A conventional storage unit is a place where you can bring your excess belongings and keep them safe until you need them. Storage units tend to be great for holiday decorations during the offseason or sentimental belongings that you simply have no room for around the house. A storage facility like Silicon Valley Moving & Storage can pick up your belongings from your home and package them so that they remain safe until you wish to retrieve them.

Self-Storage Facility

Clutter can be a significant source of stress, especially if you do not have much room to spare. If you can barely read the word “clutter” without thinking about your own, you might benefit from a self-storage unit. This type of storage unit is ideal for those who could use a little extra room for their belongings. Although the specific rules and policies vary from company to company, a self-storage facility typically allows you to access your unit whenever you want.

Storage in Transit

One of the more unique options when it comes to storage facilities is the storage-in-transit option. If you choose to go with this route, you will be allowed to keep your belongings in the moving truck. You might choose to do this for the weekend or for a more extensive period of time, depending on your circumstances. This option is suitable for those who want their belongings to be accessible.

Would you like more information regarding the different types of storage facilities? Please do not hesitate to contact Silicon Valley Moving & Storage or visit our website . Our team is happy to specialize in home moving, packing help, and storage solutions in Silicon Valley. Stop in and meet with us or give us a call at (408) 763-4800 today.

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