• Budget-Friendly Self-Storage — Flemington “Frugalists” Provide Important Questions To Ask To Score A Good Deal

    You do not need to be hard-up on money to want to score discounts for your investments.  With the price of commodities these days, it’s only wise to take your time and research a bit on how you can take prices lower or get better value for your money. 

    When it comes to getting a good deal for self-storage, Flemington frugality experts have come up with simple ways you can make sure that your investment is worth it, down to the last penny. Storage units are rarely cheap, and the cheap ones are actually rarely worth giving a shot, so if you want a good storage unit for your items (and a good price for it to boot), here are some questions you should definitely ask.
    1.      What does the price cover? There are facilities that provide a really cheap upfront fee and then when you go over to the facility to “officially” rent, an employee then enumerates “other services” you have to pay for. Therefore, if you’re provided a really low price, enquire right away whether it already covers other things like electricity, lock, insurance, etc.
    2.      What is covered by the insurance? It’s good to have the facility’s representative explain what you do not completely understand. Be sure to ask about the fine print as well and have the rep thoroughly discuss it with you so you can better determine if it’s the kind of insurance you want for what you’re going to store.
    3.      Are there discounts? Military personnel who travel a lot and senior citizens are often eligible for slashed fees. Likewise, enquire about special promos or deals when it comes to renting multiple units or storing items for a much longer period. Typically, businesses come up with these special deals to attract more customers and you can take complete advantage of these provisions so you get your money’s worth – or even just a free promo shirt.
    4.      Is there a charge every time you wish to access your storage facility? Believe it or not, there are facilities that charge their customers for wanting to take something out of the unit they are renting. It’s better to find a facility that would just demand identification or some proof of ownership instead of charging you every single time, even a minimal fee, for wanting to check up on your items.
    5.      What are the sizes of the units? Naturally you don’t want to have to pay for a unit with space that you won’t be using.
    6.      Is it possible to get a refund if items are taken out of storage before the end of the rental term? Very few facilities actually provide a refund, but if you can find one that does, then that’s a really good arrangement.

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