Storage Made EZ Celebrates Positive Feedback for NY Self-Storage Facility

Making the right choice in self storage facilities is very important, especially in places that see extreme changes in temperature yearly, like Watertown, NY.

Evans Mills, United States - March 15, 2019 /PressCable/ —

There’s no doubt that anyone who is renting a self storage facility in upstate New York, like the Watertown and the Fort Drum areas, that it being climate controlled is a must. Otherwise, the 90 degree summers or winters that drop fall below zero could have serious negative effects on whatever is stored. The good news is picking a self storage facility in Watertown doesn’t need to be difficult thanks to Storage Made EZ. With facilities in Watertown and Fort Drum Storage Made EZ has received consistent, remarkably positive reviews from real people who appreciate the quality of the company’s self storage services. Storage Made EZ recently created a video sharing the impressive

" target="_blank">5-Star Review by Adam Kearney on YouTube.

“We are always happy to see how our customers feel about our storage facilities and the service we provide,” commented Guy, Manager of Storage Made EZ. “Putting some of the best of the reviews on YouTube is a good way to make people who need a great climate controlled self storage space in the Watertown or Fort Drum areas aware of the quality of service we provide.”

Climate controlled self storage spaces are available in a wide range of different sizes with a choice likely to meet nearly any need. Units can be quickly and easily rented right from a smartphone, laptop, or computer, or through stopping by their offices during office hours. 24-hour access is available to the storage space with the customer using their own lock or one purchased from Storage Made EZ.

The feedback for Storage Made EZ continues to be positive across the board.

Adam Kearney said in his five-star review that made it to YouTube, “Very convenient, good price, good customer service, and an easy-to-use website. My things were stored through a deployment and a winter, and were in the same shape that I left them in.”

For more information be sure to visit https://www.storagemadeez.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Gaetano Javarone
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Organization: Storage Made EZ
Address: 26026 U.S. 11, Evans Mills, NY 13637, United States
Phone: +1-315-629-5015
Website: http://storagemadeez.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 492825

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