Dalton Storage Solutions Holds Grand Opening

Wednesday, June 1, 2022

Dalton Storage Solutions at 2207 Abutment Dr. in Dalton announces the grand opening of its self-storage facility. The building has easy access to I-75 and is located minutes from the heart of Dalton.

"This 80,000 square foot self-storage property is the solution to one common problem - a messy,
cluttered house," officials said. "By getting rid of the clutter that’s been building up for years, this local storage facility is giving the people of Dalton, Ga. more room in their lives for new experiences.

"Dalton Storage Solutions has over 570 units total, with many available for immediate move-in. They offer several size options from a 5x5 to a spacious 10x20. They do not miss out on safety measures as the facility is fully fenced and prepped with a trustworthy 24-hour surveillance system to assure personal belongings stay safe.

"They provide easy to access ground-level units with the option of climate-controlled or non-climate controlled to suit specific needs.

"The mission of Dalton Storage Solutions is to provide top-notch, clean self-storage solutions with the best customer service to Dalton & surrounding area residents. They want to help homeowners and business owners store their valuables or extra items conveniently and close to home with no hassle."

One resident wrote in a google review, “It's new! Looks like the best, clean and safe option in the Dalton area. The staff are super friendly and helpful”.

Dalton Storage Solutions is owned and operated by area natives, James Stinnett and Shannon West. This duo has one goal, “To provide the friendliest, cleanest, most secure self-storage in Northwest Georgia,” says Mr. Stinnett.

Mr. Stinnett and Ms. West enjoy living an active lifestyle, traveling and hanging out with their furry kiddos in their free time.


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