In states like Florida and California, natural disasters such as flooding can be a very real concern for a lot of people that might live in a flood-prone area.
Among the first things to look at when buying a house is to check flood maps such as FEMA Flood Maps to see if the house you’re looking at might be located in possible flood zones and what your flood risk is.
If you’re already in the situation where you own a house where you might have to deal with flood damage, you have a few options. Continue reading Using a Storage Unit for Disasters Like Flooding
It’s not likely that you would leave your valuables with a stranger, but when hiring self-storage companies near you, that’s essentially what you’re doing.
There are handful of questions you should be asking yourself before settling with a storage company to take on this responsibility. Continue reading 10 Questions to Ask Before Choosing a Self-Storage Facility
Port Orange, FL – All Aboard Storage, long time self-storage company in the Daytona Beach area and owned by All Aboard Properties in Port Orange, has unveiled plans for future expansion in an unlikely place – the moon.
CEO, Andy Clark, whose past development projects have included a revitalization of the Sunshine Park Mall, revamping of the Port Orange Flea & Farmer’s Market, two retirement communities, and rebranding of all 13 All Aboard Storage locations commented on the future expansion plans. Continue reading All Aboard Storage Plans Self-Storage Locations on Lunar Surface
You’ve just finished storing your valuables into your self storage unit and now you want to make sure it’s as secure as you can get it.
What’s the best lock for a storage unit?
Obviously any security measure that will deter a would-be thief is the one that you want protecting your family’s treasured items. Your storage unit’s facility already has general security in place such as gates, cameras, security personnel etc., but what about the actual lock that will lock your individual storage unit? Continue reading Best Lock for a Storage Unit