Storage Post Publishes List of Forbidden Items For Storage Units

Differentiating themselves from the crowd with customer service, clean units, and affordable rates, this storage unit business sets the bar high for others int the industry

Over the last 20 years, the United States has seen the self storage industry evolve rapidly, with more than 50,000 storage locations nationwide. Granted, the most significant growth occurred during the early 2000s; however, gross revenues have risen to more than 22 billion dollars or approximately $500,000 per location according to recent statistics. The growth of the industry comes as no surprise to Matthew Clark, spokesperson for Storage Post, an industry leader in the storage field.

"There are storage units all across the country to choose from, but the service you receive from them is definitely not the same," reports Clark. With that in mind, Clark announced Storage Post's mission to be "embracing every opportunity to delight customers with exceptional storage solutions." Clark goes on to say, "We take storage seriously, and know how important it is to know the area and have the appropriate security and storage facilities in place, whether it's Storage Units in Fort Lauderdale FL or New York."

With proper heating and cooling in place, stored items will stay safe. However, warns Clark, there are certain items no one should ever store. To that end, Storage Post has published a list of no-no's in a storage unit to help those packing items away with their process. Explains Clark, "While everyone knows Fluffy the Dog and Petuna the plant should never be stored in a storage unit, there are a number of other items that should never make their way into the locked confines. We have published a pretty comprehensive list on our website that holds true for Storage Units in Brooklyn NY or New Orleans. It applies all over the country."

Expanding their locations, Storage Post is also proud to announce their two free month promotion. Says Clark, "For a limited time, new consumers can get up to two months rent free on selected units. We encourage those looking for units to check out our website and find one of our convenient locations."

About Storage Post:

Founded in 1998, Storage Post is led by industry veteran Bruce Roch, Jr. As an experienced self storage business leader, Roch knew there was a need for better storage facilities, higher quality standards, and a deeper focus on customer service within the industry. Those have been the firm's driving goals ever since. Storage post sets out to provide the finest amenities in the best, most secure and convenient stores available.

Contact Info:
Name: Matthew Clark
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Organization: Storage Post
Address: Atlanta, GA 30305
Phone: (404) 418-5630

Release ID: 233373