Storage Units

 

Storage Units Sizes & Prices

a small packing box sealed with tape

5ft x 9ftcc Loft
starting at

$45/ mo

Our climate-controlled 5ft by 9ft units are perfect for small apartment overflow storage.

a small packing box taped closed

5ft x 10ftcc
starting at

$69/ mo

Our most popular climate-controlled unit size

Recommended solution, for long and short term storage for home and business.

a small packing box taped closed

10ft x 10ft Std.
starting at

$89/ mo

Our most popular standard unit size

Recommended solution, for long and short term storage for home and business.

three packing boxes sealed with tape placed next to each other

10ft x 10ftcc
starting at

$99/ mo

Need a little extra storage space that is protected from the elements? These climate-controlled units fit the bill. Call today for special promotions

three packing boxes sealed with tape placed next to each other

10ft x 15ft Std. starting at

$115/ mo

Need a bit more storage than our 10ft by 10ft units? These units fit the bill. Call today for special promotions

three packing boxes sealed with tape placed next to each other

10ft x 15ftcc starting at

$129/ mo

Need a bit more climate-controlled space than our 10ft by 10ft units offer? These units have got your covered. Call today for special promotions

a packing box sealed with tape inside of a larger box

10ft x 20ft Std.

$Call/ mo

Perfect for businesses that need overflow storage facilities when your office is overrun.

a packing box sealed with tape inside of a larger box

12ft x 30ft Std.

$Call/ mo

This is the Cadillac of storage units. Huge space for a full large home of belongings and furniture. Also perfect for product storage for businesses.

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Quick Tips

Fill Boxes to Capacity

Partially full or bulging boxes may collapse or tip over while stored.

Label your Boxes

Label your cartons and goods. This will make accessing items much easier.

Books & Documents

Pack books flat to protect spines; use small boxes to avoid cartons that are too heavy to move easily. Put heavy items on bottom.

Dishes & Glassware

Glass items should be individually wrapped; use blank wrapping paper for best results; "nest" cups and bowls, stand plates and platters; fill air pockets with wrapping paper or foam peanuts; don’t put breakables under other boxes.

Mirrors, Windows, Screens

Wrap all glass well; store on edge, not flat.

Lamps

Pack lamp shades separately; use blank paper to wrap lamp shades and other property that may be damaged by ink stains from regular newsprint.

Furniture

Stand sofas and mattresses on end; disassemble beds and tables; wrap legs in wrapping paper; keep upholstery off floor; place loose, light plastic dust covers or sheets over furniture.

Appliances & Electronics

Clean appliances thoroughly. Refrigerators and freezers must be defrosted and dry and washing machines completely drained. Remove doors of appliances and store separately; desiccants (drying agents) should be used and containers checked and emptied regularly. Take apart lawn mowers and snow blowers, making sure all the fuel is completely drained.

Bicycles

Wipe a few drops of oil on bicycles and tools to prevent rusting, then store these items away from furniture to avoid oil staining.

Clothes

Wardrobe boxes allow you to store your clothing on hangers. Shoes can be stored in the bottom of the wardrobe boxes, while folded clothing can be stored in boxes or dresser drawers.

Circulation is a Must!

Put pallets or a grid of 2’ x 3’s on the unit floor to give better air circulation under goods; leave a walkway/aisle to the rear of the unit. Don’t over pack the unit!