A contractor working on a given project requires an extensive list of tools and equipment. Lumber, scaffolding, and power-tools are just a few examples. Our storage units can accommodate a wide range of the machinery and materials that you need to get the job done.
As construction has boomed in the Greater Toronto Area, many contractors have seen their businesses grow. For some entrepreneurs, that means considering storage rentals as their contracts become larger and more complex. Our affordable storage solutions can help take your business to the next level.
Our facility is located just 15 minutes by car from central Toronto, and your storage area can be accessed by driving directly to the unit. Big loading docks help ease the process of picking up and dropping off gear. And the central location means easy access to your construction sites around the GTA.
Equipment worth tens of thousands of dollars – power-tools and crucial machinery such as excavators – should always be stored securely. Security Self-Serve Storage controls access to its facilities by assigning each customer a computerized Access Code.
In combination with conventional lock-and-key security, this code helps keep the wrong people away from your assets. Each time someone enters the facility, their Access Code is logged, helping us keep track of who’s coming and going. Our facility also features 24-hour video monitoring, and optional insurance is available.
One advantage to renting dedicated storage space is that you can take advantage of wholesale discounts on lumber, drywall, and other bulky construction materials frequently used as part of your work. By warehousing your materials in a storage unit, you can also save time by minimizing the time spent at the lumberyard or hardware store. And you’ll have the materials at hand when you need them.
Since we have seven unit sizes, ranging from 25 to 300 square feet, our affordable storage services can be scaled based on your needs. As your business expands, you can choose to upgrade to a larger unit without breaking a lease – there is no contract to sign.BACK