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There is a Compassionate Side to the Self Storage Industry

by John Stevens July 27, 2013 11:15 AM
To some who have lost things that they wanted after their self storage unit was sold at a lien auction there probably isn’t a compassionate side to the self storage industry. What those people would be failing to remember is that lien auctions are considered by many to be a regretful aspect of doing business, and not one that managers look forward to. Those same people are probably not aware of all the good that many self storage facilities do in the community either. [More]

Self Storage Company Knows How to Make a Little Water Go a Long Way

by John Stevens February 13, 2012 6:27 PM
Water covers nearly three quarters of the earth. The human body is made up of mostly water, and people cannot go too long without drinking at least a little of the clear liquid. The importance of water to basic living goes without saying, but one self storage company has figured out a way to make water even more important than it already is. [More]

Canadian Self Storage Company Makes a Difference for Elderly in Transition

by Winnie Hsiu March 31, 2011 5:42 PM
As we get older things we once did become more difficult. As we get older and into our twilight years we often tend to need some help to do some of the basic things that we once took for granted. With the help of a self storage unit a hospice program in British Columbia is able to give people the assistance they need. [More]