Apple Self Storage of Canada Launches Valet-Storage Service in Toronto

Apple Self Storage, which operates 24 locations in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Ontario, Canada, has launched valet-storage service in the Toronto metro area. Storage bins are delivered to the customer’s location for free. Users then schedule bin pickup once their belongings are packed and can order return delivery of bins to their location when needed, according to a press release.

Apple Self Storage, which operates 24 locations in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Ontario, Canada, has launched valet-storage service in the Toronto metro area. Storage bins are delivered to the customer’s location for free. Users then schedule bin pickup once their belongings are packed and can order return delivery of bins to their location when needed, according to a press release.

Pricing is $7 per bin per month, with required minimums of three bins and three months of storage. Bins are stored at Apple’s “secure, 24-hour monitored facility,” the release stated. Customers can schedule the return of their items online. The return delivery fee is $20, with deliveries completed within 24 hours.

The company launched the service as a way to increase customer service. “We want to offer the highest level of service we can, and we see our new valet service as one more way we can deliver innovative storage solutions to our customers,” said David Allan, business development manager.

The company intends to expand the valet-storage service to other cities in the future. It has launched a separate website dedicated to the initiative.

Apple Self Storage was founded more than 35 years ago by three brothers. The family-owned business offers standard and premium storage units, mailbox rental, package acceptance, hold-key service, and packing and moving supplies.

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