Author Archive: TLC Storage

Offering self storage units to customers requiring extra storage space. We offer multiple sized self storage units for business or personal storage and moving needs.

Pay as you go!

Alternative Billing Method

Pay As You Go Plan for which credit is purchased in advance of service use. The purchased credit is used to pay for storage services at the time the service is accessed or consumed. If there is no available credit, access to the requested storage unit is denied. Users are able to top up their credit at any time using a variety of payment mechanisms.

  • Credit / Debit Card
  • Check / Money Order
  • CashAdvantages
  • Great Value – No monthly charges, Often much cheaper than a contract.
  • No Credit Check Required –  Great if your credit history needs improvement.
  • You know exactly how much you’re spending – you’ll never be charged more than you’ve topped up.
  • You’re not tied to a contract – you can change storage unit sizes whenever you want.(Only If Available)

Furniture Storage

Easily one of the most commonly stored category of items, storage almost seems to have been invented for the purpose of keeping furniture. With the right size unit, almost any piece of furniture can go into storage. There are, however, some important considerations that go along with furniture storage.

The first is humidity: Unless you live in the desert, you should seriously consider keeping your furniture in climate-controlled storage. That’s because almost every piece of furniture has sort of organic material on it, like wood or cloth. When there’s humidity within a contained area like a storage unit, mold and mildew can easily begin to flourish and spread. At the least damaging this will leave your furniture with an unfortunate smell, at the most it will eat through the organic materials are ruin your furniture.

In addition to climate control, it’s a good idea to keep your furniture up off the ground while in storage, which increase airflow and ventilation. Furniture can also be vulnerable to pests, which are best avoided inside interior storage facilities. Other good ideas for storing furniture include removing the legs from tables so that you can make more efficient use of space and covering furniture with a tarp to prevent scratching.