You might be right in thinking that the definition of a space is a unit, locker, cage or even a warehouse area, and you will find various definitions of what constitutes the meaning of a space in a standard Oxford English or Webster’s dictionary.
A unit is defined as an individual thing, or person forming an individual component of any larger or more complex compartment whereas a locker is a cupboard or compartment, a cage being a box or enclosure having openwork for confining or carrying any animal or prisoners, and a warehouse seen as a large building to store or distribute goods for sale.
However, if there was an anecdotal word for all these definitions, they could all be defined as purely a space – a storage space.
A space can be explained as a continuous area or expanse which is available or unoccupied. It’s intriguing that this ‘space’ definition can be related to a storage unit area or storage space as well – something that Kennards Self Storage has over 40 years’ experience in developing, with varying sizes, capacity & storage diversity for utilisation by all businesses and individual people alike.
With this in mind, every Kennards Storage Melbourne Centre has over 20 different sized spaces to rent. With no access limitations, being available 24/7 for use, no minimum contract or lease periods, a diversity of spaces for rent ranging from small lockers to larger ‘Enterprise’ warehouse spaces, and on-site undercover space parking.
When is it a space? When a potential customer enquires asking for a unit, locker, cage, or warehouse.