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Featured MoolaPerk: Maple Leaf Storage

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We’re always excited to partner with so many helpful brands, products and services, and Maple Leaf Storage is no exception! This is the perfect time of year to get in touch with Maple Leaf Storage and reserve some space (and some peace of mind) before the summer, if you’re planning on moving. Rather than cluttering up space and worrying about the well-being of your belongings, have a look at what Maple Leaf Storage has to offer its clients. And right now, RentMoola users can get their second month free on any sized locker! For more information on this perk, login to your account of sign up free to see more of what we’re offering for our users.

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Maple Leaf Self Storage is a privately held, Canadian owned and operated self storage company based in West Vancouver, BC. For more than 30 years, Maple Leaf Storage has been providing businesses and families in BC and AB with affordable and effective solutions for their self storage needs. Their comprehensive storage services offer convenience, flexibility and excellent value.

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With 12 locations, Maple Leaf Storage is one of the largest and fastest growing self storage companies in Western Canada. They work hard to provide hassle-free and convenient self storage services, so you can focus on the important things in your life. From the time you ask for a quote to the moment you move in, they make sure that you are looked after.

Each member of our Maple Leaf Self Storage team is dedicated to making your storage experience as smooth and straight-forward as possible. From helping you pick the right size locker to giving you advice on how to make the best of your space, Maple Leaf Storage will be there to help.

For more information, visit their website or follow them on Facebook.

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Rich Elliott

The author Rich Elliott

Rich is the Marketing Director at RentMoola, he enjoys rugby, food, and his pet Corgi Prince.

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