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How Self-Storage Can Help Your Antiques Business Flourish

There are all sorts of tips for storing antiques out there, and it's important to spend time thinking about how best to house valuable antiques when storing them for long-term periods. This is one of the main reasons that antique owners invest in storage and packing supplies. It's not the only time storage units are valuable to people who deal with antiques though. 

If you run an antique business, self-storage units can be incredibly valuable to your business if used properly. Below are some simple ways that storage units can add value to an antique business in a big way. 

Secure and Organize More Inventory 

One of the keys to running a successful antique business is to buy and sell lots of merchandise for a profit. Generally speaking, the more inventory you can move the more money you will make. 

Many professionals that run these businesses eventually struggle to find the space they need for their antiques. A storage unit offers the extra space needed to house more inventory, which could increase the volume of sales for some antique business owners.

Buy and Sell in Distant Locations

Another real consideration for using storage units in an antique business is using units in far-ranging locations to store items and resell them locally to where they are purchased. Moving large antiques long distances can be expensive, time-consuming and if you need to transport everything you purchase back home you may have to limit your purchases more. 

Getting a storage unit near a location where you buy and sell items frequently can help reduce your transport costs while increasing the number of items you can sell. 

Secure and Protect Your Investment

Finally, a quality storage location, such as one of the guarded Fortress Secure Mini Storage spaces, gives you a safe location to house your investments. This can be more reliable than storing items at home, or even at a business location. 

Add on some insurance for your storage unit and you have a pretty reliable tool for housing your antiques.