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Managing Residential Apartments?

Managing Residential Apartments?

Buggies, cycles, child's trikes and toys…storage in multi-dwelling residences is an age old problem.

Residents leave items in communal areas, obstructing thoroughfares. Or they manhandle them up to their apartment, scuffing stairways or lift interiors along the way. If you've empty properties waiting to sell, the last thing buyers want is to see balconies used for storage.

Providing adequate storage in apartment developments is a thorny problem. From a residential management perspective, it's all hassle - hassle you don't need.

Sto-It has the answer. One that can benefit you and your residents - and help you market unsold properties, too.

Sto-It secure parking bay storage.

Parking bay storage?
That's right. Sto-It is a stylish, secure steel cabinet that instantly creates almost 3 cubic metres of storage from any underground parking bay. 2.4m long x 1.2 m high x 1m deep, Sto-It accommodates buggies, bikes, personal effects, sports gear, files, tools and more. It'll safely support loads of up to 500KG.

Park as usual.
Sto-It doesn't affect parking. It sits on legs above the bonnet. There's no ceiling suspension or load issues. The legs are securely anchored to the concrete floor during installation.

Secure. Professionally installed. Fully guaranteed.
Sto-It's cantilevered steel door has a multipoint "Secured By Design" approved locking system. Each unit is professionally installed in less than 1 hour, at a convenient time, within 3 weeks of order. All units carry a full 5 year warranty.

3 cubic metres of instant lifestyle storage - storage today's planners and purchasers now expect. To see how Sto-It might help you differentiate apartments and sell them faster, contact me, Jim Daly, today on freephone 0800 9549 249, or email me using the form on the right of this page.

'Guidelines for Planning Authorities Sustainable Urban Housing: Design Standards for New Apartments.'

'Guidelines for Planning Authorities Sustainable Urban Housing: Design Standards for New Apartments.'

"(Apartment)… storage areas should be capable of accommodating bulky items, such as a child's buggy."

"Provision should also be made in all new apartment schemes for general storage, particularly for bulky items not in daily use (e.g. suitcases, sports gear, winter clothing etc.)"

"Some apartment schemes may provide storage for bulky items outside individual units (e.g. at basement level), and this may satisfy part of the general storage requirement."

'Guidelines for Planning Authorities Sustainable Urban Housing: Design Standards for New Apartments.'