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Free Storage Offer Floodwaters Approaching Houston Homes

Metro Self Storage Offers Free Storage Rental to Hurricane Harvey Victims


October 8, 2017, we are pleased to report that all of our Houston-area storage facilities are approaching full capacity. Thank you to our loyal customers—we are all #HoustonStrong together.

If you or your loved one is affected by Hurricane Harvey, and in need of a temporary storage solution for your belongings, Metro Self Storage is offering relief. We are giving 2 months of free storage rental to Hurricane Harvey victims in addition to waiving administrative fees while inventory lasts. It is important to note that insurance is required on belongings placed in a storage unit.

We have 6 Houston-area stores ready to welcome you and your treasured belongings at our clean, dry, and friendly storage facilities.

Metro Storage-Houston 43rd | 6300 West 43rd Street | Houston, TX |713-688-8700 
Metro Storage-Houston Bissonnet | 9840 Bissonnet Street | Houston, TX | 713-981-7222 
Metro Storage-Houston Champions | 13800 Veterans Memorial Dr. | Houston, TX | 281-880-7444 
Metro Storage-Houston Gessner | 1918 Gessner Drive | Houston, TX | 832-358-3888 
Metro Storage-Kingwood | 560 Kingwood Dr | Kingwood, TX | 281-348-9800
Metro Storage-La Marque | 2919 FM 1765 | La Marque, TX | 409-933-9930 


In the rush of evacuating from a life-threatening natural disaster, rarely do people have the time to gather up photographs and keepsakes much less loading up furniture and clothing. When families return to their homes, it can be devastating to see the damage. It’s why family heirlooms, photo albums, artwork, and quilts become all the more cherished.

Read more: Houston Strong! Stories of Courage, Compassion, and Strength

While many things may be lost in a flood, some are salvageable if given the right attention and care. For example, the Smithsonian Institute recommends freezing photographs and books as soon as possible and then taking them out in small batches to air dry.

FEMA’s recommendations are to find and rescue those things with the highest value such as heirlooms, artwork, photographs, and jewelry. Because you face so many priorities after a hurricane, it is important to know there are resources and people who can help you in your efforts to restore valuable water-damaged items in Houston. Many professionals specializing in conservation and restoration are willing to travel.

During the aftermath and cleanup of Hurricane Harvey, Houston residents and businesses can confidently store salvaged and undamaged items in a storage unit. Here at Metro Self Storage, we are familiar with working with people during life transitions and in the wake of natural disasters.

You can also find some additional tips and resources on restoring your belongings in Spanish and English in our “How to Salvage Your Belongings After Hurricane Harvey” blog.


Photo Credit: Brant Kelly Creative Commons 2.0


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