WHAT TO CONSIDER WHEN LOOKING FOR STORAGE IN SAN FRANCISCO
With its bayside location, the air in San Francisco is often quite damp and high levels of humidity are common. If you’re storing items such as clothing, wooden furniture or electronics, it’s a good idea to look for a facility that offers climate-controlled units. Proper A/C can prevent your belongings from damaging elements such as mold and mildew.
Security can also be a key factor in choosing the right storage unit for your needs. The rate of property crime in San Francisco is very high. Measured on a scale to 100, the city is rated 79.2, which is higher than both California’s state median and the U.S. national average. This means that features such as advanced security systems, video surveillance equipment and secured entries may be of particular interest to local renters. It’s a good idea to inquire about these security measures and whether or not a facility keeps a copy of your key on site.
Follow this link to find storage units in San Francisco and the Bay Area: https://www.storageunits.com/san-francisco-ca-self-storage/
No matter if your looking to downsize or declutter or just moving to a new space, these helpful tips can make the process a bit easier.
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