self-storage insider

A Blog by the U-Haul Self-Storage Affiliate Network

  • The Lawnmower Scene from the 1992 Zombie Flick "Dead Alive"

    Seeking a Self-Storage Facility for the Zombie Apocalypse

    Although there are many places you can run and hide during a Zombie Apocalypse only one place ranks #1 on my list. I have decided that if this catastrophic time of destruction takes place I will be taking shelter in a self-storage facility. Here are the top 5 rules I think everyone should follow when selecting the perfect storage facility to protect them during a zombie apocalypse.

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  • Get the Most Out of Your Next Trade Show

    Get the Most Out of Your Next Trade Show

    With trade show season gearing up, we know a lot of you out there are getting ready to attend a show in your area. We want you to get the most out of your next trade show.  This […]

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  • Scott Zucker

    Legal News – When Is a Tenant’s Entry Into A Facility Considered A Trespass?

    One of the most difficult issues under landlord and tenant law is to determine the point when a tenant, who is otherwise invited to be inside a self storage facility, can be considered a trespasser. Self-storage legal expert Scott Zucker discusses when a tenant’s entry into a facility is considered a trespass in this post of the Self-Storage Insider.

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  • Welcome to Self-Storage Insider

    Welcome to Self-Storage Insider, a blog by the U-Haul Self-Storage Affiliate Network. We want to hear from you! Interested in becoming a guest blogger?

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  • Edmonton, Alberta

    Did you know? Self-Storage Facts

    Everyone loves a good list! Here is a list of interesting facts about the self-storage industry including reservation statstics, small business facts, and more. Do you know which city in the U.S. receives the most reservations?

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  • Minnesota State Seal

    Impending Minnesota Self-Storage Sales Tax Repealed

    In 2013 Minnesota passed a new self-storage sales tax to be implemented on April 1, 2014. The self-storage tax would have effected all customers classified as business customers storing items at self-storage locations or warehouses. Collecting the tax would have been required by each self-storage provider and would have created an inherent requirement that each self-storage customer be classified as business or non-business.

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  • A Look Back at 2013

    A Look Back at 2013

    2013 was quite the year with a government shut down, life altering natural disasters, Obamacare, a royal birth, and the continued expansion of the self-storage industry. Before you have time to blink, 2014 will be half way over. While most of us have already forgotten our New Year’s resolutions, it’s important to remember what has happened this previous year.

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