Whether you’re moving from one home to another, moving to a retirement community, or even moving a loved one, we understand how overwhelming it can be to declutter, organize and downsize a family home.

In most cases, you’ll need time to make decisions about the space in your new home and what personal belongings you’ll actually be able to take with you. In fact for much of it you may end up considering selling, considering an estate auction or liquidation, or even considering donating. Whatever the circumstances, it’ll be awhile until you finalize your decisions and are able to make any of that happen.

You can store almost anything at Choice Storage Solutions as long as it’s not perishable, flammable or illegal. That said, while self storage is a safe and secure alternative for storing your belongings, there are many hazardous items which pose various risks that should NEVER be stored in a self storage facility.

As a rule, never store any of the following:

1. Fireworks, explosives, firearms, weapons or ammunition – these items are considered inherently dangerous.

2. Hazardous, combustible, flammable materials and liquids, toxic or radioactive goods, biological agents – gasoline, compressed gas, propane tanks, kerosene, motor oil, acid, grease, corrosives, fertilizer, paint, cleaners, chemicals

Choice Storage has solutions!

Our mission here at Choice Storage is to offer a clean, safe storage facility with consistent, fair, gimmick-free pricing. We are locally owned and take a personal interest in our customers’ peace of mind. Watch our video to learn more about us and our facility.
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People need extra storage space for all sorts of reasons throughout their lives. If you’re currently looking for additional space call (403) 652-2552. We’d be happy to discuss your situation and give you a recommendation that’s just right for you!

Even with the large number of small web-based business operated out of home offices, there are still many home-based businesses with more traditional roots. The word traditional in this sense means that the product or service being offered is not digital or virtual, but tangible. Plain and simple, you need more storage space for your paperwork, supplies and all that inventory!

Listed below are a few examples of businesses that may benefit from renting a storage unit:

Artist: You may start out with just an easel and some ideas, but what if those ideas become stacks of canvases that need a warm, dry place