For People who Prefer Renting Portable Storage Units That Can be brought to Their Site, Blue Box Storage Offers this Option as Well
SALEM, OR / ACCESSWIRE / January 9, 2019 / The founders of Blue Box Storage, a self-storage facility located in Salem, Oregon, are pleased to announce the launch of their new business.
To learn more about Blue Box Storage and their clean and roomy portable storage units, please check out https://storebluebox.com/portable-storage-containers.
As a company spokesperson noted, the founders of Blue Box Storage know that many homeowners have more stuff than space. From holiday decorations that have taken over a garage to basements and attics that are filled with boxes of old photos, books, and other sentimental items, many people need more storage options.
This knowledge inspired the founders to launch Blue Box Storage, and offer people throughout the Salem, Oregon metropolitan area flexible, convenient and affordable storage options—either in their clean warehouse or on site.
“Imagine a storage container that conveniently appears in your driveway or right at your curb—one that is only there when you need it,” the spokesperson noted, adding that people can put their stuff in it and enjoy the peace of mind, convenience and flexibility customers get with Blue Box Storage.
“After you have placed your items in the portable storage unit, we pick it up and put it in our safe storage facility. Ready for whenever you want it. You’ll find our services are more affordable than other storage solutions. If you wish to use traditional self-storage, we offer that too.”
Also, because the founders know that people have full schedules, they do not impose a pickup deadline for their storage boxes. Customers can fill up their storage unit on their own time, and when they are ready, the friendly team from Blue Box Storage will come to get it.
The Blue Boxes are sealed and vented and are also water, dust, and pest-proof, the spokesperson noted.
To take an online tour of the Blue Box Storage facility and see the clean and generously-sized storage boxes, please watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cIlr5pI3pMs/.
About Blue Box Storage:
Whether people need traditional, on-site self-storage or mobile storage, Blue Box Storage is here to help. The new business serves the greater Salem, Oregon area – from Albany to Woodburn, Dallas to Lyons – and everywhere in between. For more information, please visit https://storebluebox.com.
Blue Box Storage
4725 Turner Rd SE
Salem, OR 97317
SOURCE: Blue Box Storage
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