27 Apr 2011

Plan your move with Jiffy Storage

f you’ve been paying attention to housing news in Toronto lately, you know that the city is awash in people moving into new homes. The Toronto Real Estate Board recently reported that home transactions rose significantly in the month of March and the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation indicated housing starts increased 17 percent.

Not only is this is a good sign for the city’s economy, but it’s good news for the storage industry, as whenever people move, they always bring their belongings with them.

But it’s not always easy for busy families to move, especially if said families are seniors or have limited resources.

That’s where Jiffy comes in. Not only does Jiffy have the best storage units in the GTA, but we also have the best professionals in the industry who are trained to help people plan and carry out their move quickly and efficiently. Twenty years in the business has given us a proven track record of excellence, as being the 15-time winner of the Consumer Choice Award recognizes.

For more information on all of our services, fill out a request form in the “Contact” section of our website, and a storage expert will be in touch with you shortly. 

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