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ezStorage Rolls Out Contact-Free Self-Storage Rentals in Response to COVID-19

ezStorage Corp., which operates 48 self-storage facilities in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., has introduced a contact-free rental process at its facilities in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Customers now have the ability to rent a storage unit without any person-to-person contact.

“Right now, we understand that our local communities, country and the world are going through a scary and unprecedented time. At ezStorage, we strive to do our part to help flatten the curve and keep our communities, renters and employees safe,” according to a press release. “With the contactless rental option, customers can rent a storage unit from the comfort of their own home. This not only limits person-to-person contact, it also helps to align with the stay-at-home procedure. If a customer prefers to rent a storage in person, that option is still available.”

Some ezStorage locations have limited office hours. Facility hours are regularly updated on the individual facility websites.

ezStorage is one of several operators to introduce contact-free rentals in recent weeks. The transition allow tenants to select and pay for a unit, complete their rental paperwork, and manage their accounts online.

Founded in 1988 and headquartered in Columbia, Md., ezStorage facilities contain more than 44,000 units.

Source: Herald Mail Media, ezStorage Rolls Out Contactless Renting

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