Busy day! Last Sunday, we realized that our parking lot was not quite big
enough. The day started typically but the afternoon became a little more
hectic. Our facility front was one big traffic jam. We had three big trucks
from new tenants unloading into their units. Two of the big trucks had
to park side by side.
Every single parking spot was occupied. Tenants were coming and going.
All the carts were being used and the lifts were going non-stop. Yet,
in spite of all the hectic activity, all the tenants accomplished their
tasks without difficulties. Everyone shared the carts, took turns using
the lifts and stayed out of everyone else’s way. Another fine example
that Pouch, “makes it easy as it should be.”
When you are choosing a
storage unit, it may be hard to predict how much space you will need. Watch this video
for a simple demonstration of what size self-storage unit might be right for you.
To best determine what size storage unit you might need, you should begin
by figuring out how much stuff you will be storing. If you have only a
small amount of items to be stored, like enough to fill a closet, a smaller
unit will be enough to meet your needs. If you need to store the contents
of your entire home or office however, you’ll need a much larger unit.
POUCH Self Storage offers a wide range of Self Storage and RV parking stalls
to choose from, in Orange, Los Angeles, and San Bernardino, Counties.
To learn more about what size unit is right for you, call us at (800)
378-4598, or visit our website at www.pouchselfstorage.com.
A tenant came in and rented a unit today. They loved the facility and were impressed by all the security features. It was an easy decision for him to store with us. He was even more fortunate to learn that the afternoon truck move rescheduled. I ...
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