Stoway Mini Storage, a Palo Alto Area Storage Facilities Company, Announces No Rent Increase for 2012 and Specials for Move-ins

Mountain View, California (EastBayDaily) — Storage facilities company, Stoway Mini Storage in Mountain View is announcing that they will not increase their rate for 2012. They are also offering $25 off the second month for move-ins, plus free lock and use of moving equipment like hand trucks and dollies.

“Our competitors are raising their prices due to a shortage in storage space in Mountain View. We feel this is short-sided and ultimately not fair to our customers,” says Gary Baker of Stoway Mini Storage. “We have a different philosophy: customer loyalty vs. short-term profit!” Stoway is a storage solution offering secure and affordable storage for homes and businesses. They are a leader in ground level, “drive up to your door”, self storage; no long, cumbersome hallways or multiple level warehouses.

For more information on the storage units at Stoway Mini Storage, call (650) 316-8236 or visit them online at Stoway Mini Storage is located at 2172 Wyandotte Street Mountain View, CA 94043.

About Stoway Mini Storage

Since 1980 Stoway Mini Storage has been the go-to storage facility for businesses and residents in Mountain View, Palo Alto, Stanford and Los Altos. They provide ground level storage units that customers can drive right up to make it easy to load and unload items. Flexible gate hours and extended access are also available to suit their customer’s busy schedule.

As a privately owned, local small business, Stoway offer a refreshing alternative to the large corporate-owned self storage centers; often times, customers deal directly with the owner. They focus on their customer’s budget, the security of their units and the cleanliness of the facility. They do not require extra administrative, insurance and security deposit fees. Instead, they offer convenient payment options with automatic monthly credit/debit cards or online pay. A resident manager also lives on site to for added security and to attend to their customer’s needs.


Gary Baker