AS Thailand becomes increasingly urbanised and residential, unit sizes continue to shrink and the need for additional storage space is ever growing.
Many expats and Thais want to store personal items such as unused furniture, sports equipment and other belongings outside their already tight home.
Aside from the trouble of traffic congestion, the major problem for people who live in the city have to face is the immensely high fees for living spaces. How much do you have to spend nowadays to purchase a small area that often is not enough? Attempting to help with this problem is i-Store, Thailand’s premium self-storage service with branches in Silom and Sukhumvit 24.
Not your typical storage warehouse i-Store offers standardised services and ﬂexibility when it comes to the size of storage. Choose from Luggage (0.5 sq.m), Locker (1 sq.m), XS (2.25 sq.m), S (3 sq.m), M (4.5 sq.m), L (6 sq.m), XL (9 sq.m), or Premium (18 sq.m).
Moreover, users can choose to store their goods for short and long time periods, and convenient elevators and transport facilities such as trolleys are available to assist you when moving items around. With an incorporated security system running 24 hours a day that includes CCTV cameras and key card access on every ﬂoor, your mind will be at ease when storing your most valuable items.
A key factor for all Bangkokians is ease of access and i-Store boasts two convenient locations in the heart of the city, both close to the BTS Skytrain. They are also planning to open another self-storage facility on Wireless Road prime area in January 2019. i-Store is a member of the Self Storage Asia Association (SSAA), and their services help individuals and corporate clients come up with a solution that doesn’t involve letting go of your items or storing them somewhere where they can’t be easily accessed.