The frequency at which people return to use a self-storage unit can vary widely depending on a number of factors, such as the purpose of the storage, the length of time needed, and the individual’s specific circumstances.
Some people may only need to use a self-storage unit for a short period of time, such as during a move or while renovating a home, and may not return to the unit once they have retrieved their stored items. Others may use a self-storage unit as a more long-term solution, for example, to store seasonal items or to keep belongings that do not fit in their current living space.
In general, self-storage facilities tend to have high rates of customer retention, with many customers returning to use their units on a regular basis. However, the specific frequency at which people return to use a self-storage unit can vary widely and is largely dependent on the individual’s needs and circumstances.