Self-Storage Perks for Travelers & College Students

February 6, 2019 Uncategorized

Safe Storage

Have you ever wondered where to store your things when traveling? Perhaps you’re not in your home country and need a place to keep your things safe while you’re abroad. Maybe you’re wanting to go on a backpacking trip and need a safe place to store your vehicle or maybe you’ve just been accepted into an out-of-state college. We know that having a place to safely store your belongings can make all the difference. Here at Right Move Self-Storage, we offer top-notch 24-hour video monitoring, electronic keypad access to gated areas, as well as on-site managers six days a week. For added security, additional locks are available for purchase or you may bring your own.

Convenient Storage

For any college student, if you don’t have enough room in your parent’s house to keep your things or want to have a place to keep your own stuff, why not consider renting out a storage unit with a sibling or friend? We have self-storage units of all sizes, including the smallest 5×5 units to 10×30 units. For college students, we recommend the 5×5 units or 5×10 units, they’re perfect for storing smaller quantities!

Intelligent Storage

If you love taking photographs when traveling or are realizing that you’re paying for extra cloud services, why not kill two birds with one stone by taking advantage of our free cloud storage along with your self-storage unit? We offer unlimited secure cloud storage for free to our tenants and your cloud storage account will remain available to you even after you move out. Your stored files can be accessed from anywhere as long as you have internet connection and you can save that money you’ve been paying for extra cloud services. Since our cloud storage is powered by VaultDrop, you can also easily download our app from either the App Store or Google Play, enabling you to easily share files and pictures with friends and family.

If this idea interests you, make the right move in 2019 and contact us here!

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