A Collector’s Best Friend: Got stuff? Americans have a ton of stuff and like to keep it.
So it comes as no surprise this urge to cherish “treasures” creates a surge in business for self-storage units across the country. The self-storage industry has become one of the hottest growing industries in commerce for almost four decades. The same is true in the region, as Community Park Storage becomes the third storage facility in Cranberry Township.
Community Park Storage had the right idea to locate in Butler County, however, as over half the storage units in the country are in suburban areas. Butler County residents add to the mix with almost 10 percent renting storage units.
Community Park Storage opened their doors last year and have seen renters who are moving, buying, or selling their homes, those looking for extra space in their current homes, those who want to protect an investment like an antique car, or those who rent to store business equipment.
Whatever the reason, space is wanted, and in demand with units running from approximately $29.50 to $319 a month.
This high-quality space is open for rent and offers superb indoor temperature-controlled storage units. Renters even have the option to drive right up to the units and unload undercover. The convenient all-weather access can be booked conveniently on-line or in-person at the facility on Route 19. Their website is set to immediately rent units or pay the monthly rental fee with ease.
Pack up and visit Community Park Storage where storage becomes a collector’s best friend. Visit their website, Community Park Storage/Rt. 19