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10′ x 10′ Storage Unit

10×10 (100 Sq. Ft)

The size of a small bedroom; holds the contents of 2 to 3 rooms of furniture, appliances, mattresses, or up to 50 boxes. Businesses can store desks, chairs, printers, or other medium-sized equipment.

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10′ x 15′ Storage Unit (With or Without Climate Control)

10×15 (150 Sq. Ft)

Holds a subcompact car or motorcycle (non-climate controlled). Will also hold 3 to 4 rooms of furniture, couch, table and chairs, beds, or up to 75 boxes. Businesses can store filing cabinets, desks, chairs, copiers, or numerous file boxes.

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10’ x 20′ Storage Unit (With or Without Climate Control)

10×20 (200 Sq. Ft)

Holds a mid-sized size car (non-climate controlled). This unit also holds 5 to 6 rooms of furniture including larger items such as refrigerators, stoves, washers and dryers, plus lots of boxes. Well suited for storage racks for business files and inventory.

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10′ x 25′ Storage Unit

10×25 (250 Sq. Ft)

Holds larger vehicles, commercial trailers, or smaller boats. Holds average household items from 6 to 8 rooms such as mattress sets, sofa sets, over-sized furniture, appliances, patio furniture, garage items and many boxes.

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14′ x 30′ Storage Unit (High Bay or Door)

14×30 (420 Sq. Ft)

Space equivalent to a standard two car garage. Will hold small RV or business truck. Furniture from an average sized house will fit into this unit. Businesses can easily store inventory, tools, equipment, or hundreds of boxes and totes.

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14′ x 40′ Storage Unit (Electric Openers & Outlets)

14×40 (560 Sq. Ft)

This unit will comfortably hold a typical house worth of furniture, major appliances, and décor. It will also give you extra room to store a car, boat or other vehicle. This is ideal if you want a place for everything in one secure spot. Business vehicles and inventory also fit comfortably into the 14’ x 40’ unit.

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10′ x 20′ Storage Unit With Electric Outlets

10×20 (200 Sq. Ft)

Equivalent to a one-car garage. Holds fold-down campers, jet skis, motorcycles, four-wheelers, and small boats. Equipped with an electrical outlet that comes in handy for trickle chargers, lights, vacuum cleaners, and appliances.

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10′ x 25′ Storage Unit With Electric Outlets

10×25 (250 Sq. Ft)

Holds a small boat, or camper. Also equipped with an electrical outlet that’s always live. Wide driveways provide easy access to back into these units.

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13′ X 30′ Storage Unit With Electric Outlets & High Bay Door

13×30 (390 Sq. Ft)

Small motorhomes and most boats will fit into this unit. This unit also provides space around the sides and in front of the vehicle to store additional items.

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13′ x 40′ Storage Unit With Electric Outlets & High Bay Door

13×40 (520 Sq. Ft)

Holds an average motorhome or large boat. Extra space comes in handy for storing incidentals.

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13′ x 48′ Storage Unit With Electric Outlets & High Bay Door

13×48 (624 Sq. Ft)

The larger RV’s fit into this unit. Or it will also hold two vehicles end to end with room to spare.

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Under 25′ Boat or RV Parking

Smaller Parking spaces to accommodate your car, truck, boat, or RV. Spaces for your trucks, vans, and company vehicles, with 24-hour access for extra convenience.

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Outdoor storage for dozens of boats and RVs

25′ – 35′ Boat or RV Parking

Medium parking spaces large enough to accommodate your car, truck, boat, or RV. Spaces for your trucks, vans, and company vehicles, with 24-hour access for extra convenience.

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Over 35′ – 45′ Boat or RV Parking

Spacious parking places to accommodate larger trucks, boats, or RV’s. Spaces for your trucks, vans, and company vehicles, with 24-hour access for extra convenience.

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Tips To Simplify Your Storage Experience

  1. Smallest Space

Rent the smallest amount of space you will need, and pack the unit full.

  1. Gather Materials

Start by gathering as many boxes as you think you will need, tape, markers, and packing materials (i.e. foam shipping noodles, bubble wrap, packing paper or towels).

  1. Uniform Sizes

If possible, try to use uniformly sized boxes for easy stacking.

  1. Strong Boxes

Be sure your boxes are strong enough to hold 25-30 pounds. (We suggest not putting too much in each box). Boxes should be sturdy enough that the bottom box can withstand the weight of other boxes being stacked on it.

  1. Packing Tape

Seal all your boxes with packing tape before you put them in storage—this will help keep dust and dirt out of the contents.

  1. Inventory

Make up an inventory list of your items and keep it in a safe place (at home or in a safe deposit box) away from the unit. Not only will this help you remember what’s in the storage unit, but an itemized list is extremely handy should anything get damaged and you need to file an insurance claim.

  1. Maximize Space

If you are storing small or awkward-sized items, use a shelving unit to maximize space.

  1. Keep Dry

Unless you have a climate-controlled unit, avoid cardboard boxes for long-term storage as this material is more susceptible to humidity. If you do use cardboard, place your storage items on 2×4 boards or on pallets to guard against dampness. Any concrete floor may become cold and damp. The best storage containers are plastic boxes with air-tight lids.

  1. Avoid mildew

Don’t pack items into sealed plastic bags, as humidity can cause mildew. Don’t store wet items in a self-storage unit as they can cause water damage, mold, and mildew.

  1. Access

Plan your storage space. Place items that you may need to access often in the front of the unit. Try to leave an aisle down the center of the storage unit for easier access. Leave a small space between the walls and boxes to allow for air circulation.

  1. CAUTION!

Do not store anything COMBUSTIBLE (i.e. paint thinner, gasoline, solvents, paint, etc.).

  1. List Contents

List contents of boxes on all four sides; number the boxes and seal with tape.

  1. Wrap it up

Dishes and glasses should be wrapped in paper and packed in sturdy boxes. Stack them on top.

  1. Fragile

Pictures and mirrors should be wrapped in cardboard and marked “FRAGILE” and stacked on end.

  1. Extra Space

Furniture with drawers can be utilized as storage places for pictures, knick-knacks, china, silverware, small items, etc. Wrap them in tablecloths, towels, or blankets to prevent breakage.

  1. Electronics

Don’t store electronics in a room that gets below freezing. The subzero temperatures can wipe out your hard drive and ruin your TV.

  1. Vacuum Cleaners

If you’re storing your vacuum, make sure the vacuum bag is completely empty, because there’s nothing that attracts pests faster than particles of old food.

  1. Large Appliances

Large appliances need care before placing in a self-storage unit—make sure you defrost fridges and freezers thoroughly before storing them otherwise you’ll be leaving yourself open to water damage. You should leave doors slightly ajar once in storage to stop condensation forming and help ward off bad odors. Drain washing machines before storing them. Appliances should be clean and dry and it’ll be worthwhile wiping the insides with bicarbonate of soda before you store them.

  1. Clothes

If you’re going to be storing clothes, think about buying a wardrobe or clothes boxes—you’ll be able to simply hang your clothes in them and they’ll keep their shape. It’s not wise to to simply put your clothes in bins as moisture can get trapped inside when they’re sealed and your clothes could be ruined.

  1. Upholstered Furniture/Mattresses

If you’re storing upholstered products such as mattresses and sofas in a self-storage unit, it might be a good idea to invest in covers, bags, or sheeting to give them some additional protection. Stand sofas and mattresses on end wherever possible to save space and don’t stack too much on top of soft furnishings. Mattresses are best stored standing straight on the long end and should ideally be raised above floor level or laid on the protective sheeting.

  1. Stored Together

Shovels, hoes, rakes, and hoses can be stored together in empty trash cans. Stack extra cans inside each other.

  1. Removable Legs

Tables that have removable legs should be broken down to save space.

  1. Sharp or Heavy Objects

Avoid placing sharp or heavy objects on top of upholstered furniture.

  1. Metal Items

Wipe any items made of metal—bikes, metal tables, tools, etc. with machine oil to prevent rusting.

  1. Wooden Furniture

Before storing your wooden furniture, give it a good coating of furniture polish to repel dust and dirt.

  1. Furniture Sliders

Place furniture sliders under the heavy items as you unload them. That way, if you need to push things around, it’s super easy.