September 5, 2023
Posted by:
Jim Henderson
private storage

As more than 100 million North Americans age over the next 20 years, they’ll need to sell their homes and move into smaller quarters. In doing this they will need to redistribute generations worth of collected household furnishings. It is estimated that there could be as much as $100 trillion worth of possessions and many homeowners won’t be able to part with all these items right away. This means they’ll need to find storage for a large portion of their homes furnishings until they can figure out what to do with them. The demand for storage will boom as more and more baby boomers retire and downsize their homes. Currently, self-storage facilities are popping up everywhere. The problem with self-storage, however, is that many homeowners are older and do not have the physical ability to move their own things into storage. This is why private storage will boom in the 2020’s. Private storage is storage that professional moving and storage companies maintain to service their homeowner clients. Private storage has significant advantages over self-storage. Here are a few key reasons why private storage will boom in the 2020’s.

William C Huff Companies has secure, climate controlled private storage for antiques, heirlooms, art works and wine. With state-of-the-art perimeter security and sensitive motion detection, video surveillance and data security with multi-layered encryption, all homeowners can have peace of mind knowing that their valuable items are safe and secure. And since William C Huff Companies has experienced and professionally trained “white glove staff,” all of their packing, crating and logistics needs can be taken care of with just one call.

William C. Huff Companies is committed to simplifying the complicated maze of moving and storing your priceless possessions. With over 40 full-time, tenured, and highly trained staff, you can be assured that your move will be handled smoothly and professionally, from the first phone call until the last box is unpacked.