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When you set up a rental for Buttonville storage units in the Ontario area, there will be a few things that will add to your initial move in cost. Do not be alarmed if the manager tells you about the costs over the phone because they are just being upfront with you. All Buttonville storage units pretty much have additional costs that are added to the first month. Some callers may like everything about the facility, but will continue shopping just to avoid an admin fee of twenty dollars.
Admin fees for Buttonville storage units are very common. If you were to call twenty locations, you would probably not find a location that does not have an admin fee. There may be some facilities in Ontario that do not have them, but you are probably still paying for it somehow. Whether it is through a higher monthly rent or through extra costs on the locks, it is added in somewhere. All Buttonville storage units are pretty much rented on a month to month basis. Because of this, the site will need to recover the money that it costs to get you set up with your storage. Costs to get you set up with a storage unit include, but are not limited to, paperwork, getting you set up with your gate code, and employee wages. The admin fee is only about twenty dollars at most facilities. Make sure to ask what it is when you call in because some may only be ten dollars while some may be as high as thirty dollars. This will help you figure out what your total cost of storage will be as opposed to just the monthly rate and that is really what you are after if you are calling for prices.
Sites will require that their Buttonville storage units have locks on the doors when customers rent a storage unit. This is a common sense policy that will make your storage unit more secure so you should not be upset about this. Some sites will throw in the lock for free, but most will sell the locks at the facility. Once you purchase the lock, it is yours so you can take it with you when you no longer need the storage unit. You will have the lock forever so if you need storage again in the future, you will already have the lock. The free locks that sites will give away for free are probably just the standard padlocks that work with a key. They are ok but are very easy to cut or break into. Disc or cylinder locks are much better at protecting your things. Some sites may give away disc or cylinder locks with storage rentals, but that is pretty rare.
Sites will typically offer insurance to storage renters. Just like with apartment rentals, the renters are responsible for their good while they store and not the storage property owner. Insurance is a great way to have peace of mind while you rent and will prepare in the unlikely even that your good will experience damage while in storage. You should ask the manager what the insurance plans cover so there is no confusion later on if something where to happen to your things. There are probably multiple plans to choose from.
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