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There was a time in my life when I just could not play enough music. I am a drummer, myself. I would wake up wanting to play, and I would go to sleep disappointed if I did not. Of course, one of the major problems that I was having was that I could never seem to find a good place to practice. If my band and I practiced at home, then the cops were sure to come. If we used our school practice rooms, we would always have to quit when the students came by. At a point, I was really beginning to lose hope. Then, I came across the perfect solution to my problem.
Do you know what I did, reader? Go ahead, guess.
Well, I rented a self storage unit for my band. And really, I have to say that I have never been happier. With our self storage unit, all of our problems become a thing of the past. I mean, really. No longer did we have to worry about getting kicked out of our space, because it was ours. We paid the rent on that puppy, and that meant that we got to use it whenever we liked. It was also super safe, which was great, too. We did not even have to worry about leaving our instruments in the thing overnight. We would return the next day and nothing had been touched, not even moved by an inch. That, and it was nice and dry. Really, you could not ask for more.
Of course, there were a few things that I had to take care of before I moved my band into the self storage unit. For starters, I had to call ahead of time and make sure that we were allowed to practice in our unit. As it turns out, you have to rent from a self storage facility that is not in a residential district, or the zoning laws and noise ordinances are going to prevent you from moving your band in. Luckily, it did not take much time for me to call around and figure out which facilities were going to work for our needs.
I also had to be sure that the facilities were willing to make a few accommodations for our band. I mean, the last thing that I wanted, here, was to rent a unit that, say, did not come with any power outlets or something like that. This basically meant that I had to head out to the sites before I agreed to rent anything, as I would have hated to let my band members down by renting a sub par unit.
Basically, what I am trying to say is that you are going to enjoy a self storage unit if you are looking for a great place to practice your music. Unless you own a home of your own, then you are not going to be able to find a better option when it comes to practicing. Even then, you still might have the cops called on you if you are not careful. At any rate, pick up that phone and give your local self storage facilities a call if you are serious about finding a place to practice. I did, and I would gladly do it again.
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