Self-Storage Suppliers


  • Construction Corner
    Construction Corner is a Q&A column committed to answering reader-submitted questions regarding construction and development. Inquiries may be sent to construction@ministorage.com. Q: Are there any advantages to being an owner-builder? What are some pitfalls to avoid? ...More
    April 1, 2003 Posted in Articles, Technology
  • Annuity Value of Records Storage
    The most attractive component of the records-storage formula is the incredible annuity value of the storage. The purpose of this article is to explain how it works and how it can deliver permanent high-yield storage revenue in traditional self-storage. Consistent ...More
    April 1, 2003 Cary F. McGovern Posted in Articles
  • Construction Corner
    Construction Corner is a Q&A column committed to answering reader-submitted questions regarding construction and development. Inquiries may be sent to construction@ministorage.com. Q: I am having problems with tenants using the dumpster in the back of the facility to ...More
    March 1, 2003 Posted in Articles, Technology
  • The First Choice
    Self-storage facilities are the first choice for records storage and, consequently, have an advantage over commercial records centers for providing records- management services. Several key factors enable self-storage operators to block commercial records centers from ...More
    March 1, 2003 Cary F. McGovern Posted in Articles
  • QuikStor
    SINCE 1987, QUIKSTOR HAS PROVIDED DEPENDABLE SECURITY AND SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS TO THE SELF-STORAGE INDUSTRY. The company offers a complete system that integrates security, management and marketing. Its proven lines of affordable, forward-looking products give businesses a ...More
    February 1, 2003 Posted in Articles, Technology
  • Construction Corner
    Construction Corner is a Q&A column committed to answering reader-submitted questions regarding construction and development. Inquiries may be sent to construction@ministorage.com. I own a carwash and would like to get into the storage business. What is the best way for ...More
    February 1, 2003 Posted in Articles, Technology
  • Creating Wealth Without New Capital
    If you are the owner or developer of a self-storage facility, you can rent air. How much can you rent? How high is the sky? The two fundamental differences between self-storage and commercial records management are renting cubic vs. square footage and changing the storage ...More
    February 1, 2003 Cary F. McGovern Posted in Articles
  • Nontraditional Records Management
    Developers with existing self-storage assets and plans for diversity in services can find no better model than nontraditional records management, which can be adapted to a low-cost model with little or no new capital and very low manpower requirements. A recent calculation ...More
    January 1, 2003 Cary F. McGovern Posted in Articles
  • Rewarding Your Tenants
    YOU ALREADY OFFER GREAT STORAGE AT COMPETITIVE PRICES. SO WHY IS YOUR NET REVENUE SO LOW? In prior columns, I have detailed several capital expenses that increase your closing ratios. In this issue, I talk about giveaways--memorable "tech" gadgets that convert your tenants ...More
    January 1, 2003 Doug Carner Posted in Articles, Technology
  • Package Deals
    Everyone loves package deals because they provide extraordinary value and a feeling people are getting a better deal than everyone else. A storage facility can purchase a package that includes an entry-access keypad, exit keypad, management software, real-time integration, ...More
    December 1, 2002 Doug Carner Posted in Articles, Technology