When you need a little extra storage, self storage seems like a good idea. Until, it’s not. We’ve heard the story from our own customers. They start out with an introductory rate for the first few months. But then comes a small increase the next few months and before you know it you’re paying hundreds of dollars a month for what you thought was a good deal.
One of our customers sent us actual screenshots from text messages received regarding his 10X20 storage unit. The first payment was only $24, although they were quite clear that the first regular monthly price was $214. But after three payments, the price went up to $237. After eight more payments, the price increased to $274! It went up again after nine months. In less than two years, the price went up 43% to $307. The rent is $3687 per year! The clincher is that a new renter is still charged $237 – for the same unit type and size. And yes, we called to check.
By contrast, at Hometown Sheds a one-time investment of $3687 will purchase a 8X12 wooden or metal shed, or for a similar monthly payment you could rent to own up to a 12X24 barn!
Before you fall for that “introductory offer” consider your options. Make sure you have something to show for your money and invest in a new shed or building from Hometown Sheds. It’s not only a selling point for your property, the sheds at Hometown are made to last and stand the test of time. Our trained staff will help you create a financing plan with a monthly payment to fit your budget. Stop throwing away rent and call us today to get started creating your own shed.