Janus International Corp., a manufacturer of self-storage doors and hallway systems, announced its strategic business alliance with Self Storage Equipment Financing, an Atlanta-based company specializing in the financing of removable storage products such as doors and hallway partitions.
Numerous owners and developers have stalled their plans for renovation, conversion or new construction due to unreachable upfront investments. In today’s banking environment, conventional routes to cash may be either unavailable or too costly. Self Storage Equipment Financing offers an alternative with low down payments, monthly payments and low interest rates. At the end of the term, the product belongs to the storage company.
“We see aligning with Janus International as a win-win for owners and developers who need new storage materials to remain competitive, but need a resourceful method of financing,” said David Dixon, principal for Self Storage Equipment Financing.
Ramey Jackson, vice president of sales for Janus is optimistic about the alliance.“By offering our customers a new method of financing their doors and components, we foresee a benefit to the self-storage business across the board,” he says. “The easier it is for storage owners and developers to build, the greater the impact on the entire industry.”
Janus manufactures rolling-steel doors and coiling-sheet doors for the industrial, commercial and self-storage markets. Headquartered in Temple, Ga., the company has five U.S. locations as well as joint ventures in the United Kingdom and Mexico.