At Access Self Storage, we understand that storage needs change. Sometimes Aunt Helen's chair becomes more of an obstacle than an heirloom. Or that box of your sister's dishes you thought you needed? You don't want them anymore. And neither does your sister! So you're compelled to do a little spring cleaning in your storage unit, and you decide to get rid of those items you don't need any longer.
Small business owners around the country face a wide range of problems, from bringing more customers in the door to getting through tax season. One problem that's often overlooked is space. A cluttered storefront isn't just unprofessional looking, it can keep customers away. Clutter can also make it difficult to get work done, find important paperwork or keep necessary documents safe from fire or water damage. More and more, small business owners are turning to self storage facilities like Access Self Storage to efficiently manage their space.
Did you know that it takes thousands of years for a computer monitor to decompose in a landfill? Have you ever thought about the kinds of toxins and chemicals that are found in your computers, televisions and cell phones?
There are things people and companies can do: every ton of recycled office paper can save 380 gallons of oil, 7,000 gallons of water and keep 60 lbs. of air pollutants from being released. If just 25% of U.S. households use 10 fewer plastic bags per month, we would save over 2.5 billion bags a year.
Self Storage is a great way to hold onto collections. Keeping your grandmother's set of china, childhood lunch boxes, or a toy train set -- lots of stored belongings are more than the sum of the parts. Some collections become more valuable with age. Sometimes we hold onto things because the items are personal and they preserve our memory of the past. Other collections we hope to pass on to another generation when they come of an age to appreciate them.