Hiding Christmas Gifts made 55 Self Storage’s Top 8 Creative Uses for Storage

Self Storage Facility company, 55 Self Storage, announced its Top 8 List of Top 8 Creative Uses for Self Storage 2017 based on extensive reviews and research.

Poughkeepsie, United States - September 13, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Strict qualifications were required for high placement on the Top Top 8 Creative Uses for Self Storage 2017 List. 55 Self Storage evaluated multiple criteria in order to narrow the field to the best 8 for Homeowners and Business Owners. The full list of items along can be found on the company website https://s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/selfstoragepoughkeepsie/Press+Release+2.pdf.

Among the highest ranked are:

5 Hiding Christmas Gifts – Self-storage is great for storing seasonal items like Christmas decorations, but another creative use for a storage unit is hiding Christmas gifts inside. This is a perfect solution for kids who like to snoop around. Not only does it keep the presents from prying eyes, but it helps save space around the home during the holidays when space is already limited thanks to the tree and other decorations.

2 The finished work of an artist or craftsmen – One may enjoy making things or perhaps paint or sculpt. There may even be room at home to create art, but the problem is how to store the finished product. In order to sell finished work, a certain amount of work may be needed. Consider storing original work in a storage locker. There are units available that are indoor with air conditioning, so that finished product sensitive to heat can be protected during the hot months without worry.

8 Inventory for a retail home business – Many people consider downsizing but never go through with it because they don’t want to get rid of their belongings. Self-storage helps simplify life without giving up beloved items. Use a storage unit to store seasonal items or collectables —anything not used on a daily basis. One perk of doing it this way is that the cost of a new home or apartment plus the cost to rent a storage unit will likely end up less than the cost of the bigger property.

When discussing the reasons for creating the list, Carmine Pagano, Owner of 55 Self Storage said,

“Storage units have many applications, and once you understand the possibilities, you may find that one of these units fit your lifestyle as well. “

Homeowners and Business Owners looking for the most up-to-date rankings for Top 8 Creative Uses for Self Storage 2017 can view the list at https://s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/selfstoragepoughkeepsie/Press+Release+2.pdf . Contact 55 Self Storage via their website, http://55-selfstorage.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Carmine Pagano
Organization: 55 Self Storage
Address: 483 Freedom Plains Rd, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603, United States
Phone: +1-845-605-0551

For more information, please visit http://www.55-selfstorage.com

Source: PressCable

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