Living near the beach affects many things, from the materials your house is built with, to how you store things in the hot temperatures and salty air. If you’re planning to relocate to a beachside location and need to store your belongings temporarily, you can’t just pick the first storage rental facility you stumble across.
In sunny ocean-side locations, there are three qualifications that all storage units must meet in order to be safe and acceptable to house your valuables.
Each Unit Should Be Temperature Controlled
Tropical locations can often become extremely hot, especially during the summer months. This means you absolutely must rent a storage unit that has air conditioning. Without AC, many of your items may become damaged by heat and moisture. You should be able to store all of your belongings, even the most fragile ones, without worrying that the outside temperature will wreak havoc on them.
The Buildings Must Be Hurricane Code Compliant
Places like Florida are often in danger during hurricane season, and that means your stuff is in danger, too. Therefore, it’s important to select a storage facility prepared to handle any and all kinds of tropical weather. Ask the owners about their procedures in the event of a hurricane, and ensure that the buildings were built to withstand bad weather.
High-Tech Security Is Needed
Some people will store potentially dangerous things in their storage units, like alcohol or ammunition. You want to know that the others around you are being safe, so go with a storage unit facility that knows how to follow safety procedures and monitor everything that happens on their property.
Looking for a storage rental facility in the Delray Beach area? Contact Joe Bonnie & Son Moving & Storage. Their high-quality storage options are air-conditioned, hurricane code compliant, and monitored by high-tech security systems, including cameras. When you store your belongings with Joe Bonnie & Son, you know that they are safe. Call today at 561-272-2122 to talk about your storage options and other parts of the moving process.
“Dear National Van Lines, We would like to commend your movers, Joe and Mike for a job well done moving furniture from Joe Bonnie Movers and Storage in Delray Beach to Washington DC. From our first telephone contact with Joe until the job was completed, they were courteous, competent and careful with our valuable pieces.”
“Thank you. Joe, appreciate very much the quick response, quick turnaround for the two (2) couches moved. You said the truck would be there at 1:00 PM, the truck was there at 1:00 PM. We can't compliment you enough on the crew. DJ, Bobby, and Stephen were prompt, courteous, didn't waste any time, wrapped the couches, lowered the couches, moved the couches, and unloaded the couches all with an extremely high degree of professional capability. Joe, when it comes time for an employee review, please feel free to call me, we have only the highest accolades for DJ, Bobby, and Stephen. In like manner, should Joe Bonnie & Son ever request a reference to a prospect, please, don't ever hesitate to call us. Thanks again.”