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Proguard Storage Explains the Difference Between Indoor and Outdoor Storage Rentals

Proguard Storage, a Texas storage company with five locations in the Houston area, is currently spotlighting the advantages of reserving an indoor storage rental as compared to the benefits offered by an outdoor unit.

“As part of our commitment to customer service, we are dedicated to helping all our clients decide which unit best suits their needs. We’re comparing and contrasting indoor and outdoor units to make it easier for our customers to choose the unit that’s best for them,” said Blenda Stapleton, a facility manager at the Texas storage company.

Proguard Storage offers both indoor and outdoor units at its storage locations, with each kind of rental providing specific benefits. Outdoor units are ideal for bulky or heavy items, as they feature roll-up doors, drive-up access, and private loading areas. The company recommends these units for individuals or businesses that are looking to keep large items that are not easily transferrable as well as for those who plan to store large amounts of any sized items.

Indoor units are often smaller sized than their outdoor counterparts and may not be as easily accessible by car or truck. However, indoor storage rentals from Proguard Storage boast climate control, which keeps the units at a steady temperature regardless of the weather. As such, indoor units are particularly well-suited for items that may become damaged due to moisture or extreme temperature conditions. Proguard Storage recommends these units for people looking to store important files and documents, art, musical instruments, household furniture, or anything made of paper, wood, or other delicate materials.


For more information or to reserve a unit, contact Proguard Storage. The company can be reached on its website at http://www.ProguardStorage.com, by phone at 713-771-0188, or through its profiles on Facebook or Twitter at https://www.facebook.com/ProguardSelfStorage and http://twitter.com/StorageHouston. The company’s blog, available at http://www.ProguardStorage.com/blog, contains tips and tricks for storing items in Houston, Texas.