SEATTLE, Sept. 22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Livible.Space, a rapidly-growing provider of valet self-storage services in Seattle, is now bringing its popular 'do it for me' service to Portland, company officials announced today. The company, previously known as Storrage, says the expansion is the beginning of its national rollout.
"The ease and convenience of valet storage is quickly gaining favor among U.S. consumers – including 50 percent of women and millennials who already say they prefer it to traditional self storage," said Livible.Space founder and CEO Terry Drayton.
During the first nine months of 2015, the company has not only seen its customer base in Seattle more than double, but also established a solid and predictable source of recurring revenue that led to positive cash flow before marketing in Q3. That set the stage to begin their national rollout.
"Portland was our first choice to expand as it's a terrific match for our company and services," said Drayton. "From savvy urban dwellers who want to use more of their apartment for living space to clever homeowners who need to store seasonal items, we make it incredibly convenient and affordable to store their stuff off-site – we pick it up at their door, store it in a secure facility and then return it back to them whenever they need it." Starting today, Livible.Space services 29 zip codes in and around Portland and has its own website at www.LiviblePortland.com
New customers pay only $1 at sign-up for delivery of an empty box, picking it up after they've filled it and their first month of storage. They can do that for up to ten boxes or choose instead to store bulky items like luggage, bikes, skis or even stand-up paddleboards. After the first month, storage costs $4 per month for each box or bulky item. There are no contracts or commitments. Livible.Space can be used on the web or via the free Livible apps for iPhone, iPad and Android.
Based in Seattle, Livible.space was founded as Storrage in 2013 by serial entrepreneur Terry Drayton to meet the increasing need for convenient, affordable off-site storage for consumers, especially urban apartment residents. For fees that average about $25 a month, Livible.Space comes right to the customer's door to deliver empty storage boxes that are filled, picked up and then stored in a secure, climate-controlled facility. When customers want their possessions back, they can use the Livible.Space app or website to have it delivered back to their home. More information on the company can be viewed online at https://www.livable.space/
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