“Roll-up doors provide more access than traditional swing doors, which makes them ideal for storage rental units. Our units with roll-up doors can be used to store anything from a car or boat to furniture or art,” said Blenda Stapleton, facility manager at Proguard Storage.
As its name implies, a roll-up door opens by rolling upwards, as compared to a traditional swing door which opens on a hinge. Swing doors are not commonly used by storage facilities, as they would have to swing into the hallway or the unit, neither of which are ideal. In addition, the hinges of the door take up precious space, narrowing the doorway of the unit. Instead, Proguard Storage uses roll-up doors for its storage rental units. These doors roll upwards, providing a wider entry, and they don’t swing inwards or outwards, which makes it easier and safer to store items in all corners of a unit with roll-up doors.
Units with roll-up doors are available at all six of Proguard Storage’s Texas storage locations. For more information or to reserve a unit, visit http://www.ProguardStorage.com or call 713-771-0188. The company blogs about storage at http://www.ProguardStorage.com/blog and can be found on Facebook and Twitter at https://www.facebook.com/ProguardSelfStorage and http://twitter.com/StorageHouston.