Startup Closetbox recently raised a $7.3 million Series A round, bringing its total amount of funding to $19.8 million. Closetbox, of course, has competitors like fellow startups Makespace and Omni, as well as larger companies like Pods and Public Storage.
Closetbox offers “full-service storage,” which means it has professional movers come to your house to do any heavy lifting and the actual storage fo the belongings in a facility. Once your stuff is put away, you can browse your belongings via Closetbox’s digital inventory system and then request it back, if need be.
“Our focus on providing no-hassle, safe and secure storage is stronger than ever,” Closetbox CEO Marcus J. Mollmann said in a statement. “We have proven how Closetbox can truly disrupt self storage by profitably offering full-service storage at the cost of self storage.”
Similar to Omni, Closetbox offers pickup and delivery of your items. But, unlike Omni, it’s not on-demand. Instead you can get your items delivered back to you with a few days. Founded in Denver in 2014, the company is live in 88 markets across the country.