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If you rent Downsview storage units there will be some additional costs that are associated with the initial move in. Some shoppers in Ontario may think that the property is just trying to take their money by adding unnecessary charges, but this is usually not the case. In fact, most sites offer Downsview storage units with great move in specials with no commitment, so they just need to make sure to cover the basic costs of getting you set up. Some companies may charge you aggressively on the move in, but most are pretty fair.
The first thing that you will need to do when renting Downsview storage units is put a lock on the door. If you have stored in Ontario before, you may already have a lock that you can just put on the unit. You can bring your lock with you when you come in to sign for the space. Make sure to put the lock on the unit right away even if you do not plan on moving your things in right away. If you do not put your lock on your storage unit when you rent it, you may return a few days later to move in only to discover another lock on the space. The facility will put locks on all of the units to make sure that nobody tries to break in to the space.
Even if you do have your own lock, you may want to look at some of the locks that are available at the facility. The padlocks with be nice for those who just want to meet the requirement for a lock, but there are better locks. The cylinder locks are great, but will not work on all Downsview storage units so you want to make sure that it will work before you buy it. A cylinder lock actually fits into the door and offer great protection from any intruders. They are usually about ten to twenty dollars at most facilities. The disc locks are the king of the padlock style locks. They are round and almost impossible to cut. They are also about twenty dollars or so depending on the lock.
The admin fee is applied when someone rents Downsview storage units at most every location in the area. Only about five percent of facilities do not have an admin fee and they usually will add it somewhere else so you are still paying it in some fashion. The admin fee is there to cover the paperwork costs of getting you set up with your storage facility. It will cost only about twenty dollars and it is a one time fee.
You will also want to consider an insurance or coverage plan to protect your belongings while you have storage. The site will almost always offer insurance for you to sign up for. The plans are pretty reasonable and will give you peace of mind that your things are covered just in case. The deposit has almost faded completely from the storage industry. There are still a few sites that may require a deposit. It may be your last months rent. Cleaning deposits are only about twenty dollars and are refundable at move out. They are there to just make sure that tenants clean out their space when they are done with storage.
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