This time of year is one where most people take the time to just be. They just want to be happy, be with family, be off from work, and be out of debt once they’ve completed their shopping. If there is one thing though that people will want about an hour after they open their gifts it is to not be so short on space.
It’s a good thing that there is likely a self storage facility or two near by. At this time of year much like any other self storage facilities will be more than happy to accommodate you in your need for space.
Yeah, it’s great to get a lot of neat new toys and gadgets to enjoy, but no one wants to be cramped. So than the problem becomes figuring out whether you need to get rid of the old or find a place to store the new.
Since there are over 50,000 self storage facilities in the United States chances are good that there is one near wherever you are. If you are not sure where to find one you can check out one of the many self storage aggregators like FindLocalStorage.com or USSelfStorageLocator along with many others to help you find one.
Some may even come equipped with self-serve kiosks that will allow you to rent a unit even if the facility’s office is closed for the holidays.
So in honor of your local self storage facility, you, and the Christmas season—the 12 Days of Self Storage-mas (starting with the 12th day):
On the 12th day of Self Storage-mas my true love gave to me:
- 12 New episodes of Storage Wars
- 11 Likes on Facebook
- 10 Solar panels
- 9 LED lights
- 8 Self storage aggregators
- 7 States updating lien laws
- 6 Followers on Twitter
- a 5×5 self storage unit!
- 4 part mini-series comic book half based on aliens and the self storage industry
- 3 Real estate investment trusts bidding on your facility
- 2 Free months rent with a year long contract
and a city council revising its zoning laws to allow for new self storage construction!
It doesn’t read the best, but if you read it like you would sing the famous song it was based off of it isn’t half bad (next year look for a parody of Jingle Bell Rock called—you guessed it—Self Storage Rock)
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year everybody!