Posts Tagged ‘Self Storage Dublin’

Self Storage Expo – 2011

Thursday, June 9th, 2011

This years European Self Storage expo is being held in Vilamoura, Portugal on 15th and 16th June 2011. For more info go to the SSAUK website. Be sure and look out for the representatives from Remedy Self Storage at this years event and say Hello.

Document Storage

Thursday, October 7th, 2010

Self Storage units are increasingly beng used for document storage. Many offices are finding the low rates of storage extremely cost effective in comarision to taking up valuable office space.

If you need extra office space but want to keep costs in check check out our website for further details Remedy Self Storage – Storage in Dublin, Kildare, Louth and Offaly

Self Storage – Starting a business

Thursday, October 7th, 2010

There is no time like the present to go into business for yourself but many people, having found themselves laid off find themselves in the position where they have a small bit of capital and they have time on their hands.

More and more of these people are deciding to go into business for themselves. Maybe they’ve had an idea brewing in their heads for a while or maybe they’ve been forced to try to come up with an idea – regardless, why not give it a go.

The key to trying out in business, in my opinion, is to start small and try and develop the business as you go. There will be many mistakes, which will be learned from, which cannot be let to break the company. If costs are kept to a minimum for this period the better ideas are given the opportunity to florish into successful businesses.

One opportunity is to rent an office unit and self storage unit from our Naas site. This allows a place to work from and a place to store stock, equipment – whatever you need to make your business work at an unbelievably low price.

Check out our website for further details Remedy Self Storage – Storage in Dublin, Kildare, Louth and Offaly

Storage in Dublin City Centre

Thursday, September 23rd, 2010

For the majority of customers location is one of the deciding factors in choosing a self storage option. With the largest population density in Ireland is located in Dublin City Centre it is surprising that only one self storage company is located in the very centre of the City. For more information please visit our website – Dublin Storage

Dublin City Centre Storage

Friday, August 27th, 2010

For the majority of customers location is one of the deciding factors in choosing a self storage option. With the largest population density in Ireland is located in Dublin City Centre it is surprising that only one self storage company is located in the very centre of the City. For more information please visit our website – Dublin Storage

Storage Insurance

Wednesday, August 18th, 2010

Insurance costs for in Irish self storage firms are on the whole expensive. Some of the self storage operators, such as ourselves – www.remedy.ie – absorb the cost. This however proves very costly and in the end results in higher prices.

In New York this week Governor David Paterson signed into law Senate Bill 7118, which allows self-storage operators to obtain a specialty license so they can offer point-of-rent tenant insurance to customers.

This marks a massive victory for the self-storage industry in the state, and will ultimately result in lower prices for the consumer.

The license gives storage operators the legal authority to offer contents insurance to tenants, collect premiums, and be paid a commission by the insurance company. Unlicensed operators can display mail-order insurance brochures from authorized insurance companies at their facilities; however, they cannot collect sales commissions unless they hold a valid license.

Backed by the U.S. National Self Storage Association and supported by the New York Self Storage Association, the bill has been in progress for three years.

Eleven other states have a law or policies that provide for similar specialty-insurance licensing in the United States. At a time when increasing competitivity is so important in Ireland it would make sense for our legislature to review the Bill and see if anything can be gained from implementing a similar approach in Ireland.