Sunday, September 25, 2022
Many Chicagoans live in old buildings and bungalows and often don't have room to store all of their "stuff." Luckily, The Lock Up offers several Chicago-area self storage centers.
Until December 15th 2010, each Lock Up Self Storage facility in the country is offering their fans on Facebook a chance to win an iPod Touch.
Eden Prairie, Minnesota was just ranked as the #1 Best Place to Live in the U.S. by Money Magazine. This neighboring town of Minneapolis boasts a healthy economy, healthy inhabitants, great schools, low crime and plenty of natural beauty. With a low unemployment rate of 5.1% and 50,000 jobs available in town, you just might want to consider moving to Eden Prairie.
Many people have heard of offsite wine storage facilities, but are confused about their benefits. Learn more about the benefits of wine cellars to decide whether or not they are the right choice for you.
The Lock Up Self Storage in Minneapolis, is a climate controlled environmentally friendly storage facility located on the corner of 35W and Industrial Blvd. with ENERGY STAR rated equipment, large loading bays for easy access and is currently offering great savings for 12 months.
The Lock Up's conversion to more eco-friendly, energy saving practices has helped them to keep expenses in check so that they can continue to provide their customers with the competitive pricing and top notch self storage solutions.
On May 31, 2010, The Lock Up's drawing to win $1000 in free rent at one of its self storage locations was won by 3 lucky individuals from Naples, FL, Lincolnwood, IL and Schaumburg, IL.
“Offering Hawaii military personnel both a cost-savings and the peace of mind of knowing their belongings will be safe and secure while they are gone is our way of showing appreciation for their dedicated service to our country.”
The Lock Up's Honolulu Self Storage Facility on the corner of Kapi'olani Boulevard & McCully Street was recently recognized for its innovation and distinction in design.
The largest publicly held building companies are now giving more nonunion merit shops the opportunity to bid on construction projects in order to save as much as 20 percent in costs.