Picture this scenario. Youre in the military, which is pretty darn cool. You get to see a lot of the world and you come home every few months to an empty house, which works for you.
This month, your lease ends and youre getting ready to go on a six month long deployment. Before youre gone, you have to have everything out of your home. This might sound harsh, but it kind of works for you. After all, you still have to pay for the months in which you arent actually at your apartment. It will save you money.
During the time youre gone, youre going to have to store all of your stuff and your moms shed has been full for years. Whats a guy or gal to do? You absolutely cant just pawn it allwhat will you use?
This is where secure self storage comes in handy. You cant keep buying new furnitureyoure way more money conscious than that. But the question iswhat do you need for your self storage secure unit?
First of all, look at your valuables. They will need the most security and they will also need to be safely stored. They go first. Now, if you would rather do something else with your valuables that is up to you. If not, your best bet is to put them in your storage space and to also make sure that they are the farthest back. This allows your items to be the most secure, assuming that they cannot be crushed, broken, etc. In the case of an extremely unlikely infiltration, this would be the farthest place an intruder would have to go and they may assume that you dont have any items worth their interest and that there is no point.
Then, narrow it down to the essentials. If you know that you use a certain sofa all the time and that it is obscenely comfortable and youve worn it in when napping on it, then you should probably keep it. Buying a new one would lead to many an uncomfortable night as you tried to break in the sofa and by the time you had, you would probably be so aggravated with it that you no longer WANTED anything to do with it. Keep your essentials/favorite furniture.
Last, pick through and see what you absolutely dont need. Maybe you have an expresso maker and you despise coffee. In that case, you should probably get rid of it. On the other hand, if you make the best green tea using said expresso maker and drink it on a regular basis, you have a use and therefore should keep it.
You may be worried about how secure self storage facilities are. But the matter of fact is that they are actually quite safe and worthwhile. Now, say that you had your own self storage facilityyou dont have to wait until a certain day of the week or some time to move your items in or out of your house. Its up to you when and where you decide to move everything to your secure storage facility. You dont have any other concerns except for how much youre taking.
Not to mention that not everyone can just hop on the premises. You have to have a key code and you have to correctly enter it. If there is an additional guest who is helping you, they have to enter this pin as well. The point isno pin, no entrance. No one can sneak in, thanks to the security cameras and guards. Self storage companies take your storage seriously!