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If you are shopping for Byron storage units and you already kind of know the basics, there are some additional things that you may want to know. The storage industry in
Ontario is extremely competitive, so you can be a little selective when you are shopping around for the best value. People that are new to the process of shopping for Byron storage units may focus their search on just finding the lowest possible prices. This is not what you want to look for. If you are familiar with storage, you know that the location, security of the site, quality of the units, and customer service are all factors that will take precedence of the price of the space.
The price of Byron storage units will be pretty similar at most locations that offer quality units. If you call ten places and eight of them are the same, but one is way cheaper, then you should realize that the price is that much cheaper for a reason. They may just offer a poor storage experience in order to bring customer base in Ontario such low prices.
You should always ask about the access hours to Byron storage units as you call around. Most storage offices have pretty standard office hours. They are usually open from nine until five during the week and some hours on Saturday, but not usually Sunday. When the office is closed, there should still be access to the units if the site is equipped with a pin access controlled gate. This will allow current tenants to access their storage space as long as they have a working pin code. Nobody is there to watch over the units when the store is closed so security is very important.
The access hours for most Byron storage units are around six in the morning until midnight seven days a week. There may some variance from one facility to the next, but they will all usually be around this timeframe. Some facilities will not allow access after the store is closed just to make sure that the site is secure. Some facilities, but very few, will offer twenty four hour access to the spaces. This is actually not as good as it sounds. There will not be a lot of times when you will need to access your space at three in the morning, and the site will be less secure if they have access at all hours of the night.
When you look for storage, you should always pay attention to when the monthly bill will be due. Some sites are set up to where the bills are all due on the first of the month. This is great because it makes it really easy for customers to remember when their bills are due. Anniversary billing is available at some sites and just means that the bill will be due on the same day every month that you initially signed up for the space. This will allow you to get the full mileage and of first month specials instead of just prorating the remainder of the current month. Most sites will not send you any kind of notification when your bill is due so it is up to you to remember when it is due. You could just set up auto debit, as well.
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