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Sterling Heights may have a lot going for it, but at the moment it’s lacking an important component for many local businesses. Without a Sterling Heights colocation provider in town, companies like yours need to look elsewhere. While this doesn’t have to be a bad thing, it will turn into one if you’re new to this industry. Fortunately, QuoteColo can be of service. For 15 years now, we’ve helped all kinds of businesses find the right colocation provider for their unique needs. Before you go picking a provider, consider the following benefits we bring to the table:

Custom Lists—tell us what you need from a colocation provider and we’ll make sure we only recommend companies that are appropriate. QuoteColo takes this process very seriously and would never waste your time by recommending providers that simply won’t work for you.

Detailed Breakdowns—aside from a custom list of options, QuoteColo will also make sure you have all the details you need to make a final decision. This includes price quotes.

No Charge—QuoteColo will give you all this and yet charge you nothing. There’s also no obligation, so feel free to do whatever you like with all this information.

A few of the Sterling Heights colocation providers QuoteColo can recommend are:

  • 24660 Lahser Road, Southfield 48034
  • 4815 Delemere Ave., Royal Oak 48073
  • 165 Kirts Blvd., #400, Troy, 48084

Sterling Heights is one of the core suburbs of Detroit and home to just shy of 130,000. This makes it the second largest Detroit suburb. The city wasn’t incorporated until 1968. Prior to that, it was largely agricultural land devoted to, amongst other things, mostly rhubarb. It didn’t have its first mall until 1976, when Lakeside Mall opened. Despite its size, population-wise, the city still made the top 20 of Money magazine’s “Best Small Cities” to live in. Much of this probably has to do with the fact that the Detroit suburb is the sixth safest city of its size in the entire country.

The city is home to two public school districts, which employ a number of local residents. Most residents have jobs in Detroit, with employers like Chrysler. Sterling Heights’ largest local employer is Key Safety Systems. Still, there are a number of large retailers and businesses that still treat Sterling Heights colocation services as a priority.

Let QuoteColo help your company find the right provider. Call us at 888-400-3762 or submit a Quick Form and we’ll get back to you with Sterling Heights colocation service providers that can assist you.