Sumner Indoor RV and Boat Storage was founded by Seattle native Todd Deligan and David Wexler to meet a storage space shortage in the Puget Sound area. Deligan and Wexler said they surveyed the area and found most storage yards were full, and there was an absence of indoor facilities.
“We’ve created the first indoor storage solution of its kind in Washington,” said Deligan. “By creating an indoor heated storage facility, we’re allowing people to have more time to enjoy their boats and RVs. We take the pain out of ownership so that people can spend more time doing what they love.”
The new business provides valet parking (“flip us your keys and go”), a security system with state-of-the-art video and motion detection, and a fast-response fire suppression system. It also offers concierge services, such as washing, detailing, emptying of tanks, and even grocery delivery.
By storing RVs and boats indoors, owners can protect against problems such as tire degradation, rust or corrosion of chrome wheels, paint and gel oxidation, and damage from birds and rainwater. In addition, maintenance costs are reduced.
The warehouse covers 253,000 square feet and is on 12 acres of land. The warehouse owners are planning to open a second storage facility this summer in Everett, Washington. For information, visit www.SumnerIndoorRVBoat.com or call (253) 826-2000.
So since there is absolutely no indication of the date this article came out, and the link in the article is dead, I’m kind of curious if they have not been open yet for business, or if they have already going out of business?
Steve Fennell says
Thanks for bringing this to our attention. There appears to no website for this facility, nor does the phone number work.
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