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Lenny Settles For The Golden Hills Of Villa Rica 

Big Lenny’s Storage is now open in Villa Rica for all of your storage needs. With over 20 years of customer experience, as well as 24-hour video surveillance and on-site security, customers can rest assured they can safely store whatever items they need. With nine facilities–four in the Savannah Area, four more in Paulding County, and now the facility in Villa Rica–there is almost always a Big Lenny’s Storage nearby for anybody that needs to store something. 

Located on Highway 78 in the former Westside Flea Market lot, Big Lenny’s offers a wide variety of storage options ranging from oversized units with high ceilings to large parking spaces for oversized items. “We have individual units ranging in size from 12’x12’  all the way up to 12’x36’,” said owner Leonard Olim. “We also offer different sized parking spaces if somebody needs to store a truck, car, RV, camper, boat or trailer. Whatever you’ve got, we’re open to it.”

The main office is open Monday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. With nearly 90 open spaces currently available, there is plenty of space for new customers to store their goods. “I have been in customer service for over 20 years and am excited to help customers with whatever issues or questions they have,” said manager Rachel Cook. “Parking starts at $50 per month depending on the size, and our storage units start at $120 per month.”

“We also offer tenant insurance, which is an additional layer of insurance in case something happens while their items are being stored here,” Cook elaborated. “Some of our plans start as low as $9 per month, and our customers really appreciate having that option to add another layer of security to their possessions.” Also coming soon to the property are U-HAUL rentals.

Big Lenny’s is located at 1801 US Highway 78 in Villa Rica. They can be reached at 770-542-8087 and found at https://www.biglennysstorage.com.

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