12 Jul 2013

Self storage offers a safe haven for valuable documents

Any home or business owner likely has one-of-a-kind documents lying around their house. Okay, maybe they are locked away in a file cabinet or stored on a hard drive, but does that mean they are safe?

Floods or fires can leave a homeowner distraught, not to mention ruin irreplaceable documents. Not to mention accidents happen, computers crash, papers disappear. Therefore, whether you are a homeowner looking to protect a deed to your property or a business owner looking to keep financial documents safe, self storage offers a solution.

Jiffy Self Storage has climate-controlled units that are perfect to keeping documents in pristine conditions. They will not only keep valuable documents but also offer peace of mind, knowing that sensitive materials are not in your home or office and could be damaged at any time.

Besides budget priced Toronto self storage spaces, Jiffy Self-Storage is now offering air conditioned Jiffy Workspaces/Offices with internet, light and power for small businesses and for business persons having  outgrown their Toronto  small office home office (SOHO). There are a limited number of these workspaces available so contact Jiffy before all the spaces are gone

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