As a member of the easy group, easyStorage offers customers a no frills storage solution. Customers pay easyStorage a sensible price for storage, with extras only charged for on an “as needed” basis.
easyStorage takes easy pods to customers. There they are filled, and then we move them to a secure storage unit.
Storage can be expensive due to the size of floor space required to accommodate self storage. As we do not offer self storage, we are able to “store high” and as a consequence, we don’t need as much floor space, which helps to cut down storage costs and makes easyStorage a more attractive proposition. You in turn are opening the storage market to a wider range of customers, who were perhaps put off storage previously as it was not affordable to them.
easyStorage franchise opportunities are available across the UK.
No experience is necessary to become an easyStorage franchisee. You will be given comprehensive training in business management and smart technology. You will be able to shadow a franchisee to see what the role entails.
Prospective franchisees must have a minimum of £45,000 in unencumbered funds. We can find you appropriate storage and as your sales grow you can scale up to have your own unit.
|Minimum Personal Investment:||£45,000|
|Minimum Total Investment:||£ 45,000|
|BFA Relationship:||Exhibition Accredited|
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