1 May 2013

Choosing a storage unit

Moving items into a storage unit might require a bit of planning ahead, especially if there are going to be a lot of belongings put away. The first thing to do would be to decide what size of unit will be needed to hold all the items. Once the consumer has an idea of what they're looking for, they will then have to decide what items will be stored together, which can help them avoid any confusion down the line, according to Spare Foot. When it comes to furniture, the consumer will want to make sure all of the flexible parts are removed, such as table and chair legs, and wrap them securely in moving blankets or bubble wrap so they don't get scratched. 

It'd be wise to use the same size boxes so they are easier to stack. The consumer should write what each of the boxes contain, just so they are sure they will be able to see in case they are searching for something specific in the future. If a Toronto resident is searching for Toronto self storage units, there are plenty of options available to choose from.

Jiffy offers businesses plenty of options for Toronto storage, whether one needs to store filing cabinets or office supplies. What's more, the company is currently holding a contest for a new iPad 3, which is a device that just about every business person could use to help improve productivity.

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Hammad Assan joined Jiffy Self-Storage in June 2012. He has over 20 years of experience in various Customer service, Sales and Management roles and is a Certified Self-Storage Operator through the Canadian Self Storage Association. His passion for sales and customer service has maintained Jiffy Self-Storage’s position as one of the GTA’s most successful Storage Facilities, as recognized by winning the Consumer Choice Award 22 years in a row, a perfect A+ rating with the BBB with zero complaints and a 4.5/5 Star Review rating on Google. Our tenants greatly appreciate his dedication to exceptional customer service and as a result Jiffy Self-Storage has been recognized and awarded for that. Please contact Hammad about any of your storage, parking, workspace or retail unit needs.

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