Last summer we ordered 300 new Red Locks for overlocking units since all our old Red Locks were a very rusty light pink color after years of wear and tear. I want to keep our new Red Locks looking nice and RED! but in the course of daily use the paint does get chipped pretty easily. does anyone have a good system for storing Red Locks to protect the paint from chipping? I am thinking of filling a box or a bucket with packing peanuts and keeping them in there or in folds of popping paper ?? would love to hear if anyone else has a clever system! thank you !!
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Storing Red Locks Nicely to Prevent Paint Chipping ??
Reply to SST Member Q&ASST username: Gina6k
Location: Silicon Valley area of California
Length of time in the industry: Eek! Umm, 25+ years now.
How did you get into the self-storage business or become involved with the industry?
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Reply to On what grounds can we discriminate?I agree with Ron, tell him to check out your favorite colored door people down the street. If you have your rules for rental posted and he doesn't meet those then he can't rent a unit from you, simple. Interesting thought for you; as the owner/operator do you have more latitude than the average facility...Today, 01:46 AM
I would error on the side of being generous with rent refunds in such a situation. It's not worth the hassle and mad people talk. A lot. It seems to me the goal is for them to be gone and teh unit to be rented to someone else. Recouping some rent for time they weren't there is not the core issue.Yesterday, 11:07 PM