Why use William C Huff Storage Units Naples FL?
Not all storage units are created equal. In fact, there are very few that measure up to the standards set by the William C huff Companies. Always looking to be at the forefront to ensure the most responsible and safest protection for their storage clients, the William C Huff Companies has spared no expense to exceed their clients’ expectations. It began over 3 years ago over coffee with the renowned author of solar energy, Neville Williams. When asked if it made financial sense to go solar, Neville said, “Yes”. Within a year the largest solar array in Collier County was installed over the William C Huff storage facilities. This 137,000 watt, 528 panel system actually produces more energy than the 44,000 sq. ft. high volume ceiling warehouse, consumes; making the facility a “negative carbon footprint” building. This $320,000 investment will pay for itself it just 4 more years and, we will get another 20 years of emission free electricity, saving apx. 5,200,000 pounds of CO2!! Most of our storage clients feel good knowing that in just 2 ½ years we have produced over 428,000,000 watts of clean, fossil free electricity. And, they love the fact that we have kept over 514,000 pounds of CO2 from being released into our fragile atmosphere. To put it into perspective, an average 2500 sq. ft. home stored at the William C Huff storage facility for 4 months saves over 1000 pounds of CO2 over non-solar storage facilities!! The William C Huff Company just recently invested $1.3 million in putting a Cat 5 storage addition on. This massive structure of super reinforced steel is engineered to withstand average wind speeds of 170 mph, and to withstand gusts over 200 mph (the US has never been struck with hurricane gusts over 200 mph!). Our clients now can rest assured that Mother Nature will not damage their stored possessions! When choosing a storage unit for your household goods, remember that the William C Huff storage facility is second to none and…well.. your possessions are worth it…right?
Posted by Jim Henderson