May 17, 2021

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This case study from Forge Building Co. explores how renovations at a self-storage facility in Tyler, Texas, revived the aging property and increased its value for the new owner. Read what the project included and how you might leverage these positive changes at your own location.

Key takeaways for your business:

  • How aging self-storage facilities can benefit from upgrades

  • How to determine your property's renovation needs

  • Cost-effective solutions to enhance curb appeal

About the company:

Forge Building Co., based in Boise, Idaho, has been providing self-storage developers and owners with custom buildings of every shape and size since 2007. The company’s team of certified professionals guides clients through every step of the design and building process, from initial concept to completed construction. Forge also offers pre-engineered metal buildings for commercial and industrial applications, focusing on steel because of its unsurpassed durability. With a strong portfolio of partners and clients, Forge has completed more than 500 jobs, building more than 50 million square feet. The company is privately owned and has 200-plus employees.

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