Passionate about his community Jacob Force Puts his storage facility where it belongs
A message from Jacob Force himself
These days, self-storage facilities seem to be developing a negative reputation. We often hear about facilities not providing good customer service, phones not getting answered — and questions being ducked when someone does answer — or having to deal with a less-than-helpful onsite employee who’s just there to collect a paycheck.
With Force Storage, a new self-storage facility located at 211 Veterans Road in Pekin, IL, I plan to change the self-storage experience for Pekin and the surrounding cities because I’m passionate about my hometown. I was born and raised in Pekin, and I’m as frustrated as many of you are with large, non-local storage facilities being built in places that don’t make sense—like in residential areas or by public parks.
My family’s name is built on honesty, craftsmanship, and dependability. If you are from the area, you have probably heard of us — Force Masonry Construction and Force Basement Solutions. Between the two, I have developed a team of almost 30 employees who are as passionate about providing the community with top-of-the-line service as I am. At our construction companies, we provide the best possible service for our customers, and I aim to provide my tenants with the same exceptional service.
At Force Storage, we have units of multiple sizes with 24-hour access and surveillance — but we don’t stop there. We’ve installed the newest, most secure lock system the storage industry offers — NOKE smart locks [LINK TO: https://www.janusintl.com/nokeone]. These locks make it easy to get into the unit but harder for thieves to access. You don’t have to worry about locks getting cut or power outages interrupting gate access. Our locks are powered by batteries guaranteed to last two years; when the battery gets low, my team will know and take care of it immediately.
So, if you’re ready to trust and support a truly local storage facility, give us a call. We’re always happy to
President, Force Storage