Are you a student moving back to Richmond Hill for the summer and wondering where you should put all of your stuff? If you left home for a university half-way across the province (or country), it's unlikely you'll want to move all of your furniture and belongings back to your parents' place in the GTA, only to lug it all back at the start of September. That's just impractical. Something a little more sensible, like keeping your furniture in a self-storage unit over the summer, is a better alternative.
Whether you have enough stuff to furnish your shared apartment or you only have a few pieces to fit a small dorm room, there's a storage unit that will fit your belongings and budget. When you contact a self-storage unit that's been in the business for a while, they understand the need to offer several options for a variety of needs. Short-term rental units with students in mind should be available.
You may be a student (and have the furniture that reflects your budget) but that doesn't mean you shouldn't expect superior security for your belongings. Though most storage companies will provide you with some form of lockup, you should make sure the company you choose has the tightest security and surveillance you can find. The property should be properly enclosed by an electronic fence, and the grounds should have a great amount of light to provide superior visibility. Your unit should come with a personal security key, and the grounds should be monitored via personal checks and advanced video systems. That way, you can ensure your belongings are safe for the entire summer break.
To find a self-storage company that can deliver on short-term student storage that's secure, you need to a do a little research. As a student, you should be used to that. Only a little time spent on the internet checking facts and figures against customer reviews will reveal that the most secure storage services can be found at Abacus Self Storage in Richmond Hill. Their dedicated staff, with state-of-the-art security technology on their side, protects your belongings as if they were their own. They also provide unparalleled customer service, offering moving advice and moving supplies. And since they're right in your hometown, you won't have to drive all over the GTA when September's moving day requires you to return to university.
Moving back home can be stressful at any point during your undergraduate career. It shouldn't be made any worse by too much furniture. This summer, don't overcrowd your parents' home with your stuff. Keep your belongings in a short-term self-storage unit.