Seven Ways that Self Storage Can Be Your Superhero

Self storage is like your own personal superhero with impressive superpowers – it’s not just for moving or storing seasonal stuff. It’s for so much more. In fact, your Universal Storage Group unit is a lifesaver for all of your extra space demands.

Whether you need to store business inventory or want to set up an off-site hobby workshop, this unit can cater to your unique needs.

Don’t underestimate the power of self-storage – it’s more than just a clutter-free space!

Leverage Self Storage: Save the Day

Below are ten different ways that self storage can restore some calm to the chaos.

Refresh or Remodel Your Home with Added Space

Renovating your home can be a daunting task that can cause you a lot of stress, take up all your time, and test your patience. Don’t add more to your plate by trying to navigate through a maze of boxes, baskets, furniture, pets, and kids.

Sure, you could use your dishwasher as a makeshift plant stand or create a seating arrangement out of cardboard boxes. Nevertheless, it’s best to store all the extra stuff (and maybe a couple of your children) to make your life a little easier during the remodeling process. Just kidding about the children!

Stage Your Home for Resale with Added Space

Real estate agents frequently suggest that you stage your home for resale. In other words, make it look like no one lives there.

If you’re trying to sell your home, it’s important to make it as attractive as possible to potential buyers. This means hiding any furniture that looks like it belongs in a time when the economy was in a slump and artistic tastes were questionable.

Buyers don’t seem to have the ability to look past the decor to the “bones” of your home. Most of them are unable to grasp the concept that furniture isn’t included,  paint can be changed, and carpeting can be trashed. They watch too much HGTV.

If you want to sell your home quickly and avoid insulting comments, it’s best to pack away the outdated items and bring in professional stagers. These people will make your house look like the “after” scene from the latest home improvement show.

Have a Less Chaotic Move with Added Space

Moving can make you feel like you’re in a constant race against time, and you probably are. Don’t panic. If you snag a storage unit, you can gradually start moving things in before the big day.

Take a look around and ask yourself, “When was the last time I used this thing?” If the answer is “I can’t even remember,” it’s probably safe to say you won’t need it anytime soon.

You can pack up that giant punch bowl and those holiday decorations. Putting these items in a storage unit will save time on moving day. You’ll also have easy access to them once you’re settled in your new place.

Who knows? Maybe you’ll realize you never really needed them in the first place and can donate or toss them.

Manage Your Inventory with Added Space

If you’re looking to save some cash, store your inventory with us and take advantage of buying in bulk. Who knows, you might come across a deal like 500 gross of flip flops for the whole family. You don’t want to miss out on that.

Our storage solutions won’t break the bank, and our twenty-four-hour video surveillance will keep your flip-flops safe and secure.

Stay in Shape with Extra Space

Are you fed up with overcrowded fitness centers, expensive memberships, and the hassle of commuting to the gym? Wouldn’t it be amazing to have a mini-gym at home so you can just roll out of bed and start your workout?

Why not transform a room in your house into the ultimate personal exercise zone? If you don’t have an extra room, use the garage. Sure, it might require some effort and the need to rent a storage unit for all the junk, but hey, you’ll be pumping iron at your own place!

Upsize or Downsize with Extra Space

If you’re moving up to a larger home, you might need some extra storage for all the new furniture you’re buying. That way, you won’t have to pass up any unbelievable deals. You don’t want to miss owning a glass-topped dining table with elephant-shaped legs.

On the other hand, if your retirement plan includes moving to a smaller space, don’t expect all your accumulated belongings to fit. Instead of tossing out your treasures, rent a storage unit. Your kids will have plenty of time and space to fight over who gets what.

Indulge Your Hobby with Extra Space

Indulging in a hobby can be a great way to unwind and let your imagination run wild. The downside is the mess that turns your home into a minefield. Pointy floral stems, sticky hot glue, and sharp scissors are waiting to attack.

As a creative person, you may not be too keen on cleaning up this mess. However, imagine having a tidy, climate-controlled space where you can store all your supplies and tools. Sounds like a dream, right?

It’s not a dream, it’s a self storage unit. It will give you the freedom to create anything from jewelry made out of soup cans to modern art crafted from empty insect-repellent containers. You’ll never have to worry about rushing the dog to the vet because he wolfed down a hunk of modeling clay like it was a T-Bone steak.

When you’re done, just dump everything in your storage space. You’re not just a hobbyist, you’re a trendsetter.


This is just a tiny sample of how self storage can be your newest superhero.

Remember self storage is not just for de-cluttering. Life happens, and self storage is always on hand to save the day.