Zi Cun Cang Self Storage units originally had only few rules. They were built normally off the main road, with little or no safety beyond the lock. Initial principles were quite simple. There were a number of principles, including that the storage unit could not be used for sleeping or subletting, nor should it be resold or leased, and hazardous materials would not stored. The only thing left was to store hazardous materials – check this out!
Zi Cun Cang’s (self-storage) services have grown tremendously over the last few decades. Sizes and accommodation options are now a diverse range.
Self-storage units have undergone many changes, mainly due to safety concerns. Among the latest additions are features such as climate controlled storage and cold rooms. As people begin to store delicate goods such as electronic devices and wood finished, climate control has become more important. They are also well built and insulated to help prevent damage from mold/spores and water.
Security is also changing in a variety of ways. Technology is being used in the form of keypad entry, 24/7 onsite safety, multiple fencing systems, and video monitoring. Before the advent of these types of security, most self-storage facilities were openly overlooked and the padlock was the main way to secure the belongings inside. They didn’t even have video or on-site surveillance. See how Self-storage facilities have advanced since the 1970s. In terms of size, safety, and other features now included in most services, these are the areas that have seen the greatest advancements.