American Self Storage in Phoenix, Arizona has expanded their business by offering customers the option of a climate controlled storage unit. Since those at American Self Storage pride themselves on being the number one storage resource in Phoenix, AZ they found it necessary to listen to what their customers had to say. Offering climate controlled storage units allows customers to feel at ease when placing their valuables in an enclosed space.
Below is a list of questions customers should ask themselves before deciding on climate controlled units.
Let us thank you for serving our country with a military discount.
As a Vietnam Veteran who served as a Combat Commander Officer with the U.S. Marine Corps, American Self Storage owner, Dennis Peterson has always run his businesses with the American heroes in mind. At American Self Storage, it is our mission to honor every man or woman who has dedicated any part of their lives to serving their country. The business itself is called 'American' self storage to represent the loyalty and dedication the company has to our country as well as those serving it. In addition, every American Self Storage location has either a flag or an image of a flag proudly displayed for all to see - go check for yourself!
To show our gratitude to all of those who have served or are currently serving, we offer exclusive military discounts. As of 2010, roughly 1.5 million Americans have actively served in either the Coast Guard, Navy, Marine Corps, Army, or Air Force with another 800,000 in the reserves. With so many men and women facing difficult conditions to defend and aide our country, how could we not give a simple 'thank you' with a military discount? If you have served in any sector of the military or are currently serving, please take our military discounts as a thank you for what you do.
Please inquire about our military discount offerings at your nearest American Self Storage location.
Everyone knows that very specific mix of feelings that accompany the angst of moving. A mix of dread, excitement, sadness, and happiness all wrapped in one full moving truck. You know the feeling. It paints the faces of many as you drive by the once vacant houses and see the family of four transforming an empty house into their home.
If you are similar to me, you regularly drive by various people moving into or out of houses and think to yourself what is their story? Where are they moving? Why are they moving? To ease your curiostiy let me fill you in on a few moving statistics that will help you put a story to the faces...
Approximately 37.5 million Americans move per year, that is 3,125,000 Americans a month, which is over 100,000 a day! No wonder there are so many moving trucks in the world. 14.7% are moving from the west coast, 8.3% from the east coast, 11.8% from up north and 13.6% from the south. Of these families 70% are moving within the US, 20% are moving to a different county within the same state and 10% are moving to a differnt state. 43.7% move because of housing reasons, 30.3% because of family, 16.4% for a job, and 9.5% for unspecified reasons.
I hope all of this statistical information helped curb your curiousity and gave you a story to put to the many moving faces! All of this information was found by the U.S. census and changing every year.
Phoenix is the 6th largest city in the United States. The greater Phoenix area which includes the cities of Chandler, Glendale, Scottsdale, and Tempe has a population of nearly 4.37 million people and covers 2,000 square miles. Phoenix basks in sunshine more than 200 days a year, which is more than any other major metropolitan area in the United States. Phoenix enjoys sunlight nearly 85% of its daylight hours and has an annual rainfall of 7.7 inches, and an average temperature of 72.6 degrees.
Phoenix is one of only 13 cities in the United States that is home to franchises of all four major professional sports: Phoenix Suns, Arizona Diamondbacks, Arizona Cardinals, and Phoenix Coyotes. Phoenix has hosted the Super Bowl in 1996 and 2008 and will host again in 2015.