Self-Storage Facility Offers Free Space to Hurricane Isaac Victims in Mandeville, La.

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HWY 190 Mini Storage, a self-storage facility in Mandeville, La., is offering a month of free storage to local residents and businesses who have been adversely affected by Hurricane Isaac. Located at 2425 Florida St., the property did not suffer any flooding or structural damage from the hurricane.

“Our heart goes out to those who have suffered from the flooding in our community, and we want to help our neighbors,” said owner Michael Haugh. “There has been substantial flooding in our area from Isaac, and it’s hard enough for people to deal with the basics like food and utilities. We wanted to offer a basic service to flood victims to get their belongings out of their residence so they can start to clean and repair their homes. The rain has been relentless in this area.”

Mandeville is a small town on the North shore of Lake Pontchartrain, across the water from the New Orleans metro area.

Haugh said HWY 190 Mini Storage has never flooded nor incurred structural damage from weather, including Hurricane Katrina. The facility has a wide variety of units, including drive-up climate-controlled units and RV spaces, that qualify for the free-rent promotion. “Offering some modest help is the least we can do for our community,” he said.

Flood victims can contact the self-storage facility at 985.626.4971 or mandeville@absolutemgmt.com.

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