CONSIDERING A STORAGE UNIT?

How to Eliminate the Need for Your Storage Unit

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THE HIDDEN COST OF STORAGE UNITS

3 Shocking Storage Stats

Storage – it seems like such an easy solution. Too much stuff? Just drive it off to a handy storage facility, pay a little bit and you’re free. But are you really?

  1.  52% of storage unit customers surveyed rented their storage unit for one year or more. (Source: SSA)
  2.  67% of self storage renters live in single-family homes — only 27% live in apartments. Most of these renters live in single family homes which have a garage and 33% also have a basement in their home. (Source: SSA)
  3.  A typical  5′ x 10′ storage unit in Clark County WA will cost $840/year (online primary research). The national monthly average for storage unit rental is $88.85 (Source: Spare Foot)

HAVE YOU CONSIDERED THESE

3 Storage Alternatives

There are better alternatives. Maybe you can do this on your own. A professional organizing service like Messes Managed can get you past your procrastination.

  1. Organize: 
    With a little help, the treasures can be sifted from the trash. A professional organizer can suggest more efficient options, such as digitizing documents and photos.
  2. Sell – Declutter for Cash
    Rather than paying for storage, you can get cash for what you’re using infrequently enough to store.
  3. Donate / Recycle / Trash
    Even if what you have isn’t saleable, or perhaps you simply want to do a good turn, Messes Managed owner Susan Parrish literally  wrote the Columbian article on where to donate or recycle almost anything in Clark County.

GET A FREE ASSESMENT

A Few Hours to Save $800+

Whether you find a way to eliminate the need for your storage unit yourself, or get help, it’s worth a try. Messes Managed is surprisingly affordable, especially compared to storage rental. And a consult costs $0.

“Simplicity involves unburdening your life, and living more lightly with fewer distractions that interfere with a high quality life, as defined uniquely by each individual.” -Linda Breen Pierce