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3 More Unexpected Uses for Public Storage

I’m sure you pass by public storage units just about every day without giving a thought to why anyone would use one. Who has that much stuff, anyway?

Well, it turns out that public storage isn’t just for packrats and hoarders. There are literally countless ways in which public storage can save you time, money, and grief, and today we’re going to look at a few of the most creative options. Since the last post was such a hit, why not three more?

Winter Car Parking

The first week of winter in Toronto is all about lacing up the ice skates, heating up hot cocoa on the stove, and watching the city turn into a winter wonderland. There couldn’t be a more beautiful time of year!

Fast forward one week and you’re red-nosed and freezing as you scrape ice off a car or camper you can’t even use!

Instead of needlessly dealing with the harsh conditions of the winter months, why not rent a safe and snow-free storage unit to store your convertible, boat, camper, or Jet Ski? It’s great for the life of your vehicle and your frozen fingers!

Baby-Proofing Made Easy

Babies may be adorable, but any parent can tell you that they have destructive powers! Whether it’s your grandmother’s porcelain clown figurine collection or your priceless baseball cards, they are in danger if your toddler gets a hold of them.

Storage units come in all sizes, and a small option is perfect for storing some of the priceless, breakable, or potentially dangerous items that don’t mix well with your diaper-clad family members. Small storage units are also extremely affordable and won’t break your baby budget.

Extra Safe Keeping

Nothing ruins a beach holiday like worrying about what’s going on in your empty house, but installing an expensive security system is out of the question.

A simple solution? Public storage.

Putting your valuables in public storage is like having your own government lockdown facility. Most storage facilities feature tall fencing with unique security codes that only customers have access to, and that’s only to get started. They also boast 24/7 surveillance with security cameras installed at every corner. And to top it all off, many centres have managers on site at all times to keep a close eye on your prized possessions.

You’ll rest easy and really enjoy knowing that your goods are under lock and key, and with leases available for as little as four weeks, you won’t have to make a time or money commitment beyond your means.

You might wonder why so many people in Ontario are using storage units these days. It’s because we are discovering new uses for them every day. And with prices that can’t be beat, Migson Public Storage is best place to put your stuff unexpected reason or not!

Posted on June 8, 2017 | General Tips, Uncategorized


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