An emerging trend in the self storage industry involves specialized facilities to appeal to a certain audience. A number of companies offer resources for a wide range of storage options, from small businesses who need more room to expand, to homeowners looking to sell their current houses. Now however, more companies are also starting to offer specific spaces for people to store certain valuables that require more care or amenities.
According to Yahoo! News, a Chicago company recently opened its doors for businesses looking for a safe and secure place to store their records. The facility offers vault rooms, document and data destruction-proof spaces and file indexing services, so people can access their records without ever having to leave the office.
"It was a natural fit for us to adopt record storage into our business plan," said Matt Clark, vice president of the facility. "We are expanding our storage options and services to better accommodate our clients' needs and lead the charge in changing how records storage management is utilized."
Having real options like this is crucial for small businesses to thrive, without having to worry about where to safely store important documents. From businesses in the U.S. to those using Toronto storage facilities, having such amenities will appeal to a wide range of clients, which is always good for business.