boat storage design. Sunday , December 03rd , 2017 - 02:03:38 AM
Boat owners who are not near the water or who are looking for long term storage solutions often store their boats on their own private property. In many areas this is usually the backyard. There are some areas in the southern United States where it is not uncommon to drive through an entire neighborhood and see dozens of boats sitting idle in backyards waiting to be used. Storing boats outdoors is usually done because of convenience and for financial reasons. Placing a boat outdoors on ones personal property is usually free and marinas and lakes usually do not charge much for boats to be docked permanently.
When storing a boat in a marina a boat owner is placing themselves at the mercy of the weather. Storms blowing up suddenly can severely damage or completely destroy boats resting on the water. Even when weather is not an immediate issue it can become one when declining temperatures lead to the water beginning to freeze and a general call to remove all boats from the water. This can be an extreme inconvenience to boat owners that do not have a place to store their boats outside of the water or who cannot afford to transport their boats anywhere even if they do have a place in mind for storage.
A boat does not come cheap. Online self storage companies understand your need very well. They offer reliable facilities with convenient, drive-up access units which leave you stress-free. Both short and long-term storage units are offered at these warehouses. The units are designed to fulfill the needs of boat owners. These self storage units are perfect for long-term winter boat storage as well as for weekend getaways on the lake. The boats are secure from outside elements at these units. A 24-hour CCTV camera monitors the activities inside the unit. The gates at a storage warehouse have electronic access and the surroundings are well-lit.
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