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Self-Storage Facility Refurbishing

As self-storage facilities begin to age, they may require capital improvements to remain competitive in their markets. Facility refurbishing can range from simple upgrades like fresh paint and new pavement to more complex projects such as roof upgrades, new siding and replacement roll-up doors. This special digital issue offers self-storage operators tips for accomplishing facility renovation, including case studies to demonstrate specific improvement strategies.

August 22, 2012

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Self-Storage Facility Refurbishing

In this issue:

  • Getting Started: Where to begin and important items to consider before renovating your self-storage site.

  • 3 Steps to Rehabilitating an Older Site: Here are three simple steps to follow when renovating an aging self-storage facility.

  • Raising the Bar Through Renovation: A facility in Chattanooga, Tenn., gets a complete overhaul to better compete in the market.

  • Does Your Facility Meet Current ADA Requirements?: Storage operators should consider accessibility issues during facility construction or renovation.

  • Upgrading to Green: Operators incorporate eco-friendly elements into facility renovations to provide a better product and save energy and money

 

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