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VIP Storage - Now in 2 locations to serve you.  VIP I in Boothsville and VIP II in Whitehall.

VIP Storage – Now in 2 locations to serve you. VIP I in Boothsville and VIP II in Whitehall.

CALL US TODAY – (304) 694-9806

Do you need somewhere to store your stuff?  Then you came to the right place!

Both locations can be accessed easily off of I-79, Exit 132.

VIP I -Located on Rt. 73, just 2.3 miles south of the Middletown Mall, near Fairmont, West Virginia
VIP II – Located on U.S. Rt. 250 South at the intersection of Colfax Rd, just 2.3 miles south of Walmart, near Fairmont, WV

VIP STORAGE is convenient and affordable!

Why VIP Self Storage?  PIECE OF MIND!

  • Our units are CLEAN, NEW, DRY, INSULATED, and LIT!
  • 24 hour video surveillance
  • Commercial contract rates available to business owners!
  • Pre-pay 3 months; get 1 month free!
  • PLUS, We offer SafeSTOR tenant insurance for as little as .24 cents a day
  • Credit cards / debit cards / telephone payments accepted

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See what our customers are saying:

  • “Very clean units. Owners are very nice and professional.” ★★★★★ – CRISTY K.
  • “Great clean facility. Owners were on time and very nice.” ★★★★★ – ROBERT M.

When it’s your stuff, the choice is obvious… VIP STORAGE: where YOU are the VIP!!

CALL US TODAY – YOU’LL BE GLAD YOU DID!

VIP STORAGE
(304) 694-9806

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Article by Andrea Needham | eldersday.org

Keys to Moving a Business to Fairmont, WV

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Making the decision to move to a new area to build your business is exciting, but it can also be overwhelming. Once things settle down, you’ll realize that there’s a lot to do before you can make the move. Here are some tips to make the process as smooth and simple as possible.

Take Care of Yourself

Moving can be stressful, so you must ensure that you take care of yourself as you’re getting ready for the move. Self-care basics like eating a healthy diet and exercising are important. You can also take steps to delegate tasks for the move.


One way to do this is to hire movers. You may need them for your company, as well as your home. Ensure you choose movers who specialize in your company’s industry and who can make the move to your new location.

Many companies will come to pack up your home and unpack it at the new home. This shifts the heavy lifting and other physically demanding tasks to someone else. The company you choose should be properly registered in your area. They also need to be bonded and insured. Take the time to go through the reviews for the company so you have an idea of what customers think of the service.

Set Your Business Up for Success

Growing your company is the reason you’re moving. You must ensure that you’re setting it up for success in Fairmont. This can mean registering it as a limited liability company (LLC) in West Virginia. You don’t have to pay expensive lawyer fees to do this. Instead, take care of it yourself or use one of the services available to help with this.


Contacting the Small Business Administration or the local government office can help you to learn what licenses and permits your business will need. Ensuring you have these from the start is important so you don’t face any legal issues related to this. Fines and legal fees can eat away at your company’s profits. Also check out what business incentives are available.

Find Your Ideal Home in Fairmont, West Virginia

You need a comfortable place to live in Fairmont, but finding one might be rather challenging for you. You have to create a list of the must-haves for the property. This can include the number of bathrooms and bedrooms, as well as amenities like an outdoor pool. Consider dividing your wish list into categories, such as “must have” and “would like” to make it easier to narrow down the options.


Before you start looking at properties, you have to know where you want to live. Are you looking for something downtown or outside of town? Find out about the neighborhoods you’re considering. Factors, such as the commute to get to your business or the school system might play a role in which neighborhoods you’re willing to move into.

Work With a Real Estate Professional

Moving to Fairmont, West Virginia when you aren’t from the area can be a challenge, so you have to find someone who can assist you in finding the best home for your needs. Get in touch with a local realtor, and contact VIP Storage if you need to store some of your things when you make the move.

Article by Andrea Needham | eldersday.org

Photograph of a country farmhouse surrounded by colorful trees and shrubs.
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Retirement is an opportunity to reimagine your life. It’s a whole new stage, defined by the freedom to spend your days the way you want. Downsizing is an excellent way to bookmark this new phase. Not only does it allow you to choose a living space designed to age gracefully alongside you, but it also means you can suit your home to your ideal retirement.

Picking Your Home
When you picture your perfect retirement, where are you?

● Looking at your budget to learn what you can spend on a new home.
● Investigate local retirement communities and assisted living facilities — you may be surprised by what you find.
● Prioritize accessibility in a home; senior-friendly features will serve you well for years.
● As a trusted loved one to help you look through your options.

Here’s a look at how to pick the perfect place to live your golden years, as well as what to do with the excess stuff you don’t want to bring along.

Downsizing Your Stuff
Time to let go of at least one of those blenders.

●Go through your stuff and get rid of any duplicate, broken, or obsolete items.
Donate any clothes you haven’t worn in years.
● Learn how to let go of sentimental items, and keep only your favorites.
● If you need more time deciding what to keep, contact VIP Storage for secure and affordable storage items.

Settling In
Here’s how to make your new house home:

Hire movers to do the heavy lifting—an injury is no way to christen a home.
● Mark boxes with essential items so you know what to unpack first.
● Make decor your second priority. You can make a long, luxurious task out of organizing—once the paintings are up, you’re home.

Moving for retirement gives you the power to decide exactly what this stage of life will look and feel like. There are few better opportunities for reinvention and growth. Make the most of it, and create an environment where you can thrive.