Customer Goods Insurance
Do you allow your customers to store their goods without insurance?
While the Standard Self Storage Agreement (SSSA) does provide protection from claims, it does not remove your liability entirely. Should there be an unfortunate incident at your facility, the burden of proof is on the customer to prove that it was the facility’s action or inaction that contributed to their loss.
Every customer storing at your facility needs to understand and accept the Standard Self Storage Agreement, and must be made aware of specific aspects of the agreement including the terms;
Earning additional revenue from Customer Goods Insurance
- Goods are stored at your sole risk. You should take out insurance cover.
- The facility owner is not liable for the loss of any goods stored on its premises, unless caused by negligence.
If you own a self storage facility, you could earn additional revenue through the sale of Customer Goods insurance to your customers. Specialised insurance companies offer self-storage packages to operators, which can then be offered directly to your customers. Get in touch with the team
to find out more.