10326 Foster Road Bellflower, CA 90706
Storage Outlet, located in Bellflower, California, offers personal storage and business storage to customers throughout Los Angeles area and Orange County. *For information on our upcoming storage auctions please visit: http://www.storagetreasures.com/
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Photo Tour - Storage Outlet RV and Self Storage Bellflower (90706)
Our state-of-the-art facility features extended hour access, RV/Boat Storage, and 24 hour video recording. Our professional on site resident manager will be glad to assist you -- we are here to help! Whether you are moving into a new home, going away to college, or even just cleaning out the garage, Storage Outlet is here to help you along the way. Serving the Bellflower area including Norwalk, Downey, Paramount, Lakewood and nearby communities.
Bellflower The original legal title to the land on which Bellflower now stands dates back to 1784 with one of the first Spanish land grants in California. Several Spanish soldiers petitioned Pedro Fages, the Governor of California and a former commander in the Spanish military, for land on which to graze their herds of livestock. The largest of these grants went to soldier Manuel Nieto, who received all the land between the Los Angeles and San Gabriel Rivers. In 1832, after the Spanish were ousted in the Mexican Revolution, the new Mexican Governor, Jose Figueroa, divided the land into five smaller ranchos to be distributed among Nietos heirs. Bellflower developed on a piece of land bordered by three of the ranchos: Santa Gertrudes, Los Coyotes, and Los Cerritos. During this time, vast amounts of cattle sustained the economy and beef was cheaper than salt. During the years following, agriculture became a significant industry in the area which is now known as Bellflower. One of the interesting aspects of Bellflowers long agricultural phase was its cultural impact. When city and country met at Bellflower, it was the country rather than the city side that introduced a cosmopolitan dimension. Over the years, opportunities in agriculture drew Hispanic, Japanese, Portuguese, Dutch and other immigrant families into the region, which enhanced the community's cultural vitality. Many of these groups established special institutions to keep their traditions and sometimes their language alive, places to meet for social exchange and support in an unfamiliar environment. Today: With economic development as a foremost objective, the City continues to attract quality businesses to meet the growing needs of the community. Two national retailers, Walgreens and 7-11, recently opened new stores in town, Norm Reeves Honda Superstore and Starbucks will soon be opening one, maybe two, shops in the City. Longtime Bellflower businesses such as Holland-American Market, Glen-L Marine and Koopmans Furniture all recently celebrated more than a half-century of success in town. By offering business assistance programs, a dedicated business website and ongoing training opportunities, the City has taken the lead in helping to serve local merchants. Additionally, the City spotlights businesses every month in The Bellflower Citizen newsletter, on the cable news show All About Bellflower and as part of regular special-event cable broadcasts. City of Bellflowers ongoing core objectives center on public safety, economic development and community beautification. In addition, by raising development standards, adding new housing stock, and attracting quality businesses to Bellflower, the City has taken aggressive, proactive steps to meet the challenges of today, in order to create a better tomorrow.
Packing and Storage Tips:
Lets Start With The Ten Commandments of Self Storage
1-Use boxes that are the same in size - they will stack up much easier and utilize the space you have much better.
2-As you stack, place heavy boxes on the bottom and lighter on the top. Seems logical but we have seen many a crumbled box.
3-Make sure that you leave walkways between boxes so you can have ready access.
4-Half full boxes tend to collapse easier during stacking.
5-Leave a little space between your unit walls and boxes - helps air circulate
6-Storing a refrigerator or washer/dryer? Leave doors slightly ajar this can help prevent mold from growing.
7-NO flammables or combustibles allowed in any of the storage units.
8-Photo or Video document your stored items thoroughly.
9-Label your boxes for quick identification.
10-Bubble wrap and newspaper fragile items.