Fayetteville AR Self Storage Units Holiday Season 2018 Services Launched

Fayetteville, Arkansas self-storage facility All Around Storage announced an updated range of services for the 2018 Holiday season, providing commercial and residential clients with modern climate-controlled self-storage units in a secured, 24/7 monitored facility.

Fayetteville, United States - December 6, 2018 /PressCable/ —

All Around Storage, a self-storage facility based in Fayetteville, Arkansas, launched an updated range of services for residential and commercial clients looking for self-storage in a clean, climate-controlled, 24/7 monitored facility. Clients benefit from a variety of modern services including exclusive computerized access, constant professional supervision, daily facility cleaning, pest control, and dedicated customer service, with special rates available through the month of December for its 10′ x 5′ outside units.

More information can be found at http://www.allaroundselfstorage.com.

The recently updated services from All Around Storage aim to provide the residential and commercial community in Fayetteville with modern units designed to increase convenience, ease of access and security.

Clients can opt for climate controlled units which maintain a steady temperature for climate-sensitive items. The management works with professional cleaners and pest control experts to ensure that all units are cleaned regularly and kept free of bugs, rodents and other pests.

The entire facility is monitored 24/7 to eliminate any type of security risks. All clients benefit from exclusive access based on a personal pass code.

All Around Storage provides extensive consultations to help clients choose the most suitable type of unit for their needs and preferences. The 10′ x 5′ outside units, for instance, are ideal for tenants who prefer immediate access to their items, and they also allow boxes to be stacked to the ceiling to maximize usable space. Direct drive-up access also increases convenience when adding or removing large items.

Clients currently benefit from a limited offer on the 10′ x 5′ outside units rented in December, which are now available for a discounted fee of $25 per month. The promotional monthly fee will continue until March 31st for contracts starting in December.

With the recent update, the Fayetteville self-storage facility continues to adapt its services to the latest industry innovations. The new owners, who took over in September, have invested constantly in the development of new solutions and the optimization of the staffing and client relations practices, All Around Storage having developed a strong reputation for service quality and professionalism.

A satisfied client said: “I would like to thank All Around Storage for their amazing service! They were helpful, kind, secure, and I couldn’t ask for any better service with all of my storage needs. This is a great company to do business with, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a solid self storage facility!”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website or calling our office directly at 479-443-9300.

Contact Info:
Name: Debra Hellman
Email: Send Email
Organization: All Around Storage
Address: 2650 S City Lake Rd, Fayetteville, AR 72701, United States
Phone: +1-479-443-9300
Website: http://www.allaroundselfstorage.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 455891

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