A Better Alternative to Self-Storage

by Josh Seever
(Arlington VA, US)

Neatly Stacked in the Warehouse

Neatly Stacked in the Warehouse

Neatly Stacked in the Warehouse
Delivering Containers
Finalizing the Order with a Customer
Moving a Sofa

The use of self-storage is a great tool to reduce clutter in your home or apartment. But there are two problems.

First, it is inconvenient because you have to transport your own belongings to their warehouse. This often requires you to rent a truck and ask friends to help you with the physical labor.

Second, it can be expensive since you have to pay for an entire unit even if you don't use all of the space.

CityStash Storage solves both of these problem. They will drop off custom plastic containers for you to pack. They will pick up the containers, boxes, furniture, and anything else and store it all in their climate-controlled facility. Every item is tracked individually in your online account. Then CityStash Storage can deliver back any or all items on demand. CityStash is perfect for storing your seasonal wardrobe, holiday decorations, and sports equipment to free up space.

Monthly rent is charged on a per item basis (for example, a sofa can be stored for $29/month). Therefore, you only pay for the space you actually use.

CityStash Storage is a great alternative to a storage unit for helping you reduce clutter in your home or apartment. Take the first step towards organizing and simplifying your life! Visit them online at CityStash.com to place an order or send an email to info@citystash.com.

CityStash Storage has three locations:
1220 N Fillmore St,
Arlington VA 22201
(202) 417-2120

1050 Connecticut NW
10th Floor, Suite 1000-A
Washington DC 20036
(202) 803-6822

524 Union St
Suite #315
San Francisco, CA 94133
(415) 992-6188

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Nov 20, 2012
Sounds Like a Great Idea
by: Brian

I like the idea of not having to move all of your things yourself, and instead just packing boxes that will be whisked away by professional movers. My question, though, is what about things that won't fit in those boxes, like large furniture or other awkwardly-shaped or heavy items. Can the movers still take those away, sans box?

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