Vernon Storage is Expanding!

Vernon Storage has served the Summit County area for 40 years and our business growth has exceeded our expectations.  To accommodate for the increased demands of our customers, we are currently expanding our facilities.  Our expansion has two planned phases with each adding new buildings with multiple storage units.  For your convenience, we’re providing you with a brief update on our progress.

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Phase 1

Phase 1 adds three new buildings with 89 total units.   The unit sizes are as follows:

  • 14’x40’ units with 12’ wide x 14’ high doors
  • 14’x30’ units with 12’ wide x 12’ high doors
  • 12’x25’ units with 10’ wide x 10’ high doors
  • 12’x20’ units with 10’ wide x 10’ high doors
  • 15’x12’ units with 10’ wide x 10’ high doors
  • 13.5’x12’ units with 10’ wide x 10’ high doors
  • 7’x12’ units with 5’ wide x 10’ high doors

 

Phase 2

Phase 2 adds two new buildings with 60 total units.  The unit sizes are as follows:

  • 12’x25’ units with 10’ wide x 10’ high doors
  • 13.5’x12’ units with 10’ wide x 10’ high doors
  • 9’x12’ units with 7’ wide x 10’ high doors

Expansion Progress

Progress for our expansion has gone very smoothly and we’re actually running ahead of schedule.  Phase 1 was completed in December of 2017 and is now open for renting. We expect Phase 2 to be fully completed by mid-July of this year (2018).  But there’s no need to wait for it; some of the storage units are already completed.  As of June 1st, we began renting some of the new phase 2 units.  Feel free to contact us for more information, or to check on the availability and pricing of our new units.  We will be happy to answer any questions or concerns you might have.

 

Thank You!

We want to take this opportunity to thank all of our customers for your continued use of our facilities.  Without you, we wouldn’t be able to grow our business as we have. We appreciate your patronage and will continue to do our best to meet your storage needs in the future.

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