• Evolution & Elevators
    Evolution & ElevatorsElevator placement in a multistory self-storage building By Nicholas Jodhan During the past three decades, the evolution of the self-storage building type from the traditional garden-variety, single-story facility to the more visible multistory ...More
    September 1, 2001 Nicholas Jodhan Posted in Articles
  • Inside Self-Storage Magazine 09/2001: London Calling
    London Calling By RK Kliebenstein The first order in examining this market profile was to determine the proper etiquette regarding the name of the country. Is it England, the United Kingdom, Great Britain, the U.K.? Foolish as that question may seem, I did not want to ...More
    September 1, 2001 RK Kliebenstein Posted in Articles, Development
  • Construction and Security
    Construction and SecurityPlanning sites with security efforts in mind By Anthony Gardner Security in the self-storage business has undergone a dramatic evolution. No longer are padlocks and a chainlink fence enough to keep burglars out of a facility and away from tenants' ...More
    September 1, 2001 Anthony Gardner Posted in Articles
  • Inside Self-Storage Magazine 09/2001: Online Marketing Secrets
    Online Marketing SecretsWhat every self-storage owner should know By Fred Gleeck I have been studying Internet marketing for the past two years. I've found it to be a tremendous tool in my own business, and I think it can be of great use to self-storage owners. The key is ...More
    September 1, 2001 Fred Gleeck Posted in Articles
  • Inside Self-Storage Magazine 09/2001: Phone Skills, Call Tracking & Lists
    Phone Skills, Call Tracking & Lists By David Fleming I'd like to begin this month by thanking all of the people who have shown support for this column, which is written by managers, about managers, for managers. Your input is sincerely appreciated. This is intended to ...More
    September 1, 2001 David Fleming Posted in Articles
  • Inside Self-Storage Magazine 09/2001: Keeping Vacating Summer Tenants
    Keeping Vacating Summer Tenants By Pamela Alton The summer holidays and graduations have all passed, students are getting ready to return to school and the weather is getting cooler--all sure signs that summer is coming to an end. That rush of rentals you experienced in ...More
    September 1, 2001 Pamela Alton Posted in Articles
  • Phasing for Greater Profits
    Phasing for Greater ProfitsBy Dan CurtisProfit is, of course, the ultimate goal of any self-storage project. Profit is the best return with the least risk--the least risk for the owner, but also for lenders or the owner's available cash. It is in this context that phasing ...More
    September 1, 2001 Dan Curtis Posted in Articles
  • Hurricane Facts
    Breezing Through Hurricane Season By David Wilhite In any given year, during the months of June through November, an average of three hurricanes will strike the United States. In 1995, hurricanes accounted for more than 100 deaths and caused billions of dollars in damage. ...More
    September 1, 2001 David Wilhite Posted in Articles
  • Self-Storage That Jack Built
    Self-Storage That Jack Built This is self-storage that Jack built. This is the plan For the self-storage that Jack built. This is the man, Who devised the plan For the self-storage that Jack built. This is the owner, Who hired the man, Who devised the plan For the ...More
    September 1, 2001 Teri L. Lanza Posted in Articles
  • QuikStor Security & Software
    QuikStor Security & SoftwareEnterprise Suite: corporate office and management software QuikStor Security & Software, based in Sherman Oaks, Calif., is pleased to introduce its new Enterprise Suite corporate office and management software. Features of the package ...More
    September 1, 2001 Posted in Articles, Technology