I like that it's close to my home. But the gate opening did not allow for the rental truck to go in to the facility!
Luckily the unit was not far from the gate or they would have had a very hard time carrying all the things to another unit farther away from where they had to park the truck!I think they should let people know how large the opening through the gate is before they book a unit. I would have been charged quite a bit extra by the moving company had they had to carry all my furniture and things into one of their farther units! And there are many that are far away. I lucked out and the unit was right inside the gate. There was no one at the facility when we arrived and I had a hard time getting someone on the phone to let us know what we were supposed to do without anyone there! Made several calls and kept calling back. Finally the manager called me back and said she had car trouble and wouldn't be coming in. So she gave us the key code to open the gate. She was very helpful. It was raining when we moved our stuff in and it looked like there was water inside the unit along the front wall. It hasn't rained since, so I haven't had the chance to go back and check to see if my things are getting wet. I certainly hope not! If there is wet cement, I'll have to find t something to put down to absorb any further water! They didn't advertise as having all the "bells and whistles" (climate controlled, double gated security, etc.) so I wasn't expecting any. If I had to do it again, I would go to the unit before I agreed to rent it, but this was sort of a last minute need - selling my house and realtor said I needed to de-clutter until it's sold.