L.A.-based startup delivers New Yorkers a new form of self-storage

By Editor October 7, 2015



With September 30th Launch “Clutter” Declutters New York in Time for the Holidays

Offers Digitized Photo Inventory and Donation Drop-Off as Part of Service

LOS ANGELES—Following the brand’s successful launches in San Francisco and Orange County this summer, Clutter (www.clutterstorage.com), an on-demand, self-storage startup, marks its national expansion with a New York launch on September 30th. Disrupting the $27 billion self-storage industry by providing transparency, world-class service and a superior product experience, Clutter is a true global game changer. Clutter takes the “self” out of self-storage, offering convenient and affordable one-click access to storage akin to a valet car service. Clutter is first-to-market in catering to both large and small storage needs, from stowing away skis and holiday ornaments to entire apartments, through a variety of customized plan options. Stored belongings including seasonal favorites can then be delivered back to the customer on a whim.

With its fall debut in time for the holidays, New Yorkers can now experience this simple storage solution. The service is especially convenient in a city where many don’t have cars as Clutter handles the heavy lifting, eliminating the need to rent a van, hire movers or even pack.

Three years ago, an entrepreneur named Brian Thomas lost a beloved book to a disorganized self-storage space and decided to take the whole self-storage system in hand. Today, the company he founded as a result stands poised to help thousands of New Yorkers never lose anything again.

“In densely populated cities like New York, dealing with storage can be a real challenge,” says Brian Thomas, the company’s CEO and Founder. “With our entry into the market, Clutter will be changing the paradigm, providing a modern and accessible alternative. We guarantee our customers an intuitive process, a full visual inventory and easy access to their belongings.”

After visiting the company’s website, users coordinate their items to be stored with free pick-up and one-hour onsite packing help included in the price. Clutter’s careful categorization system makes organization a breeze. Truly transformative and totally transparent, Clutter photographs and labels all of its customers’ belongings, which clients can then manage online, ensuring they never forget what they’ve stored ever again. For pickup and pricing, visit Clutter at www.clutterstorage.com.