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Small Business Storage When You Are Downsizing After COVID

It is the unfortunate impact of shutdowns caused by the Coronavirus outbreak.  You might have had to trim staff and look for a smaller office. To make a smaller office space work, you might need to store office supplies, documents, archives, furnishings, and more.

Small business storage is a convenient option for startups and medium-sized companies alike. You’ll not only save money with less office space but also keep your office organized and storage boxes at your personal residence.

Are Small Business Storage Units Really Worth It?

According to Market Watch, the annual office rent prices vary between $4,194 and $14,800 per employee, depending on the location. If you live in a big city like Washington, D.C, you can expect to pay well over $10,000 to get enough office space for just one employee.

As a small business owner, your budget is limited. Would you prefer to spend money on office space you won’t use, or use those funds to keep needed associates?

Small business storage units cost next to nothing compared to office rent. Depending on how much space you need, you’ll pay a few dozen to a few hundred dollars per month. A small self-storage unit, for example, may cost as little as $50 per month. A full-service unit is slightly more expensive, but it’s still more affordable than renting a bigger office. The first step to renting a storage unit is to determine your space requirements. Check out our guide to find out more, and see the rental spaces available at Woodland Hills and Chatsworth storage facilities!

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