• Tips for Solving Organization Struggles for Small Businesses

    Small businesses tend to have a lot of hurdles to jump over in order to be successful. The best way to keep a small business running smoothly is to stay organized. If office supplies or inventory starts to clutter your workspace or storefront, consider renting a self storage unit. Some storage facilities offer supplementary services for your convenience, such as a free moving truck, so do your research. Watch this video to learn another way to keep your business organized.

    Since 1979, POUCH Self Storage has been providing our customers with fantastic business storage units, as well as standard self storage units in Anaheim. Call us today at (800) 378-4598 for more information, including how you can reserve one of our personal or business storage units.

  • The Benefits of Off-Site Storage for Your Business

    Over the years, a business can accumulate a lot of items such as inventory, mountains of important paperwork, business supplies, and boxes upon boxes of records and receipts. If left unchecked, all of these items can start to clutter up your office space, storage rooms, or storefront. To maintain a sense of order and organization that your business needs to thrive, you should utilize an off-site storage unit. Here are some benefits of off-site business storage.

    Clutter-Free Business

    Office spaces and storefronts that are cluttered can be real turnoffs for business associates and customers. Not only can clutter be unsightly, but it can also make your business seem less credible. To keep your place of business tidy and organized, store your files, excess inventory, and other business items that you’re not currently using at a secure storage facility.

    Accessibility and Convenience

    When choosing among the many storage facilities in your area, go with the one that’s nearest to your business. Ideally, your storage unit should be no more than five minutes away by car. Also, be sure to pick a place that has convenient hours of operation—that is, your unit should be accessible to you and your employees when you need to access your belongings.

    Climate-Controlled Storage Units

    If you’re planning to move boxes of important business documents, receipts, or financial records to your storage unit, you want to be sure that they’re going to be safe while they’re being stored. Since standard units are generally not airtight or insulated, the items kept inside them can be vulnerable to extreme temperature fluctuations and high humidity levels. To protect your valuable and sensitive items, consider renting a climate-controlled storage unit, which is designed to maintain a steady temperature and humidity level within itself.

    POUCH Self Storage strives to provide our customers with the best business storage solutions on the market today. Contact us at (800) 378-4598 to learn more about our business and self storage options in Rancho Cucamonga, as well as our free moving truck service.

  • Making the Most of a Jumbo Storage Unit

    Jumbo storage units are great for people who need storage spaces with a lot of square footage and high ceilings. For example, if you’re moving and have a great deal of items to store, especially larger items, you can benefit from a jumbo unit. If you own bulky pieces of machinery or oversized items that you don’t have space for in your home or business, you can benefit from an industrial storage unit, which can provide a secure space for such items. If you run a business that acquires a lot of inventory, you can’t go wrong with renting a storage unit. Also, if you’re looking for a space for your workshop, contact one of your local storage facilities to find out if they offer jumbo storage units for that purpose.

    When you need to rent a self storage unit in Fountain Valley, look no further than POUCH Self Storage . We specialize in personal and business storage units, as well as RV storage. Call us today at (800) 378-4598.

  • POUCH Happening – Memorial Day Confusion

    FOUNTAIN VALLEY – When I arrived the other morning a tenant was already parked ahead of me. I parked next to him but stayed in my car. I saw him going back and forth trying to open the office door. So finally I went out from my car and told him we open at 7:00 AM.

    He also said that he was here the same time yesterday. I told him we’re closed for Memorial Day and pointed to him the door sign stating we’re closed. I also showed him the big sign for the access hours at the entry gate.

    From being upset earlier he now looked embarrassed so I asked him if he read all the posted signs. He said he lost his reading glasses and can’t read at close range. I told him next time just to call if he’s not sure. He just looked at me again as if he never heard what I said. Then smiling he said, he has a hard time hearing as well.

    He apologized for being early and thanked me for being here on time to help him out.