Indian Trail NC - Advantage Self Storage

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For those of you Realtors working the Charlotte Metro Area, I just did a bunch of videos for a network of storage facilities. I was so impressed with these guys. Every location had employees that were attentive and eager to help their clients and every way possible. They are proud of what they do - and what they do is safeguard your (or your client's) valuables.


Their facilities are bright, neat and spit shine clean. Additionally, they are protected by state of the art security. When it involves buying and selling of homes, space always seems to be an issue. Don't let it be an issue any more!  Advantage Self Storage of Indian Trail, NC is here to help you with all your storage needs.


 Advantage Self Storage and Amazing Video Tours are proud to bring you this video on Advantage Climate Controlled Self Storage in Indian Trail, NC



I highly recommend you refer your clients to the 6 locations all over Charlotte. Check out this video and tell your clients about Advantage Self Storage. You can reach them at 704-282-9999. 

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Comments (3)

Lori Gardiner
RE/MAX River's Edge - Bristol, RI

HI Steve,

Great post and video! Thanks for sharing.

Happy holidays!

Dec 13, 2011 12:43 AM
Dianne Goode
Raleigh Cary Realty - Raleigh, NC

Storage facilities are often handy during the moving process.  I'm sure your clients appreciate a recommendation about where to go and what services are available.

Dec 13, 2011 12:49 AM
Lewis Remington

Thanks for the recommendation! My wife and I are looking for some heated self-storage units right now. We're moving to a slightly smaller space and are needing to put some instruments we have in storage for a few months, but since it's so cold we're worried about damaging the instruments if we just let them be in a normal storage unit. Any suggestions? <a href='' ></a>

Jan 23, 2015 07:49 AM