For Immediate Release July 1, 2021
Ocean Storage will open a newly constructed self storage facility this week in Portsmouth, Virginia, to serve Portsmouth and Chesapeake businesses and residents.
It will be the sixth Ocean Storage location in the Hampton Roads area. Completely temperature-controlled, the storage facility on Towne Point Road offers units ranging from 25 to 450 square feet, so tenants can find the right amount of storage for their belongings without paying for more than they need.
The indoor storage units are designed to ward off damage commonly caused by changes in temperature and humidity levels. Keeping out moisture is an excellent way to ensure items stay in top shape throughout their time in storage.
Storage experts can help customers in person or over the phone by walking them through the storage process, making suggestions based on the items to be stored, and answering any questions. The Ocean Storage office is open daily for consultations and rentals, and it also sells packing supplies convenient for tenants on-site.
The storage rental process can be completed in person, over the phone, or online. Customers can take advantage of a fully contact-free storage rental process with assistance nearby when they need it.
Ocean Storage in Portsmouth is situated between Route 17 and Western Freeway off Churchland Boulevard. It is about 15 minutes from Norfolk and north from most of Chesapeake. I-664 connects the facility to communities across the bay in downtown Newport News.
Visit www.oceanstorage.com or call (757) 800-1674 for more information on how to reserve a storage unit from Ocean Storage on Towne Point Road in Portsmouth, Virginia.
Storage Asset Management (SAM), a full-service self storage property management and consulting company, is hired to oversee daily operations.
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