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Experience with the self-storage unit

Post by emma101 » Mon Apr 26, 2021 5:15 am

Hi guys, I arrived in Canada last week. I'm an engineering student and searching for a job. Now I'm staying with my friend. I would like to move to another city as there are more job opportunities for freshers. My friend arranged a room there, but I'm concerned about my belongings. I have to go out frequently to inquire about job vacancies. My friend told me there are many self-storage units available in every city to store valuables. He also doesn't have any experience. Is it safe to keep my belongings there? Please let me know if anyone has experience with the self-storage unit.

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Re: Experience with the self-storage unit

Post by Jimko8 » Tue Apr 27, 2021 5:46 am

Some storage facilities disclaim responsibility for contents. Make sure it' covers that responsiblity while choosing one.

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Re: Experience with the self-storage unit

Post by emma101 » Fri Apr 30, 2021 5:22 am

Hey, Thank you for your reply, you told the truth. We've searched over the internet for a secured self-storage unit to make the right decision. We realized that some companies don't provide insurance for our belongings, so how can we safely keep our valuables there? After much research, we've found a safe storage place that offers insurance to our belongings and saw many reviews of people who got the help of the storage units. So I'm gonna contact them soon.

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Re: Experience with the self-storage unit

Post by vinny » Fri Apr 30, 2021 10:27 am

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Re: Experience with the self-storage unit

Post by Peter B Howard » Thu May 13, 2021 7:22 pm

Hey there,
I came across the similar requirement when i was moving out of Canada for couple of years to France . I got across the self storage units at that time and was a bit skeptical too to use them , but had no choice . I had lot of stuff which i couldn't just sell off , as i was always returning . If you get in touch with real professionals in self storage systems , they will get it done , just the way you need it , plus at the choice of your security needs and investment.

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