Running your business from home takes up a lot of your personal time and space. Reclaim that space with interior or temperature-controlled commercial storage from Stirling Storage in Phoenixville PA. Our experts can help set you up with the right storage unit for your needs. See what we can do for you!
Many of your items most likely need to be stored in temperature-controlled storage. Changes in temperature can cause damage such as mold, mildew, and rust. Furniture, electronics, antiques, and other delicate items are all susceptible. If you plan to store your business inventory long-term, you should do so in temperature-controlled storage.
Interior storage units do not regulate temperature, but they are similar to temperature-controlled storage in that they have extra security. Both kinds of storage have extra walls, doors, and locks in between them and the outside. Most have interior entry; although, some of Stirling Storage’s temperature-controlled storage units have drive-up access.
Do you want to rent storage but are still trying to be as socially distanced as possible? Our contactless storage rentals allow you to rent a storage unit right away or reserve one for future use. When reserving, be sure to go back and complete your transaction before your move-in date.
Each business comes with different storage needs. Some only need about a closet’s worth of space for a few months. Others are looking to store long-term and make their storage unit their business’ primary storage space. Find what works for you with our plentiful storage options.
Stirling Storage’s facility on Kimberton Road is convenient for Phoenixville PA and the surrounding area. We offer a range of interior and temperature-controlled storage unit sizes. Are you ready to take your Phoenixville PA business to the next level? Rent or reserve with us!
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