So while some members of the HD family were “hitting the road in their Winnebago” this summer, others were raising the roof — the HD Indoor Storage Roof! One word to describe the new facility is: SMART
September is Back-to-School. And if our Project Manager had to write a Back-to-School essay “What I Did On My Summer Vacation…”, it would start like this:
I spent my summer building the best indoor storage facility.
Extra Credit: Construction Pics
Why share construction pictures? Because we are proud of HD Indoor Storage. And there are things you can see in these pictures that you won’t be able to see when we are done. Some places may want to keep what goes on behind the walls a secret. See why our facility makes the Honor Roll…
Let’s Get Schooled on Radiant Heat
Unlike many other indoor storage facilities, HD Indoor Storage has radiant heat. We use a radiant floor heating system, warm water flows through flexible, durable crosslinked polyethylene (PEX) tubing that is embedded in the concrete floor. The warmth radiates up. Radiant heating ensures that cold spots are avoided and room temperatures are more consistent. Because radiant heating does not circulate air, airborne particles are reduced. And you don’t have hot air blowing on the finish and decals of your vehicles which can cause them to peel and yellow. Protecting your investment is our priority and there is a lesson on Economics.
Look at this tubing — a work of art.
We Did Our Homework: Wiring
I had a teacher that said, “Proper Preparation Prevents Poor Performance”. She would give us a gold star if she saw our wiring. We made sure each unit is wired for a 15 amp service outlet, lighting and 24 hour monitored smoke and heat protectors. That is that is the benefit of new construction. You don’t have to compromise and retrofit solutions — you can “Properly Prepare”. All of this is encased in steel and stone — Pretty-Smart!
Stay tuned for more A+ reports. We can’t wait to have you join us at the Best-In-Class facility, HD Indoor Storage.