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Self-Storage Talk Featured Thread: Building Climate-Controlled Structures

March 5, 2019

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Whether your self-storage facility is in an area that experiences brutally cold winters or intensely hot summers, offering climate-controlled units can help you stand out in your market. Plus, you can usually charge a higher rental rate for these premium spaces. If you’re building a new structure or have an older site you’d like to retrofit, there are many factors to consider.

In a recent thread on Self-Storage Talk, the industry’s largest online community, members are discussing what they’ve learned about building climate-controlled storage. From insulation requirements to mold to building codes, there’s much to learn! What’s your experience with this type of storage, either constructing it or offering it to customers? Jump into this “hot” conversation and learn how to keep your “cool” when it comes to climate control!

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