Self-storage businesses have the advantage of thriving through the best of times and the worst of times. People tend to turn to self-storage during difficult times when they need to move or in transitional periods in their lives
Self-storage owners and managers have a responsibility to understand and assess potential threats to the business. Customers trust them to store and protect their personal belongings. When they don't, it hurts the industry.
Every facility has its own needs as the right security depends on the size, location, crime rate around the property, customer tech-savvy levels, and other factors. Despite this, there are a few security components that a facility needs.
This guide takes a deeper dive into the five most common threats and the significance of each one. Then it will discuss the must-have features that storage facilities need to maximize security and return on investment.
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