Self Storage Size Guide

5′ x 5′ x 8′ Storage Unit –  Will accommodate approximately (40) file boxes. (200) cubic feet.

 

5′ x 10′ x 8′ Storage Unit –  Will accommodate the items from a one-bedroom apartment or one office.  (400) Cubic feet.

 

10′ x 10′ x 8′ Storage Unit –  Will accommodate the items from a two-bedroom apartment or two offices.  (800) Cubic feet.

 

10′ x 15′ x 8′ Storage Unit –  Will accommodate the items from a three-bedroom house or three offices.  (1200) Cubic feet.

 

10′ x 20′ x 8′ Storage Unit  –  Will accommodate the items from a four-bedroom house or four offices.  (1600) Cubic feet.

Drive Up vs Climate Controlled Storage Units

Drive Up Storage Units


What is a drive up storage unit? It's a storage unit that offers the convenience of accessing your storage unit by simply pulling up your vehicle just like a garage at your home! Drive up storage units are often offered in larger unit sizes and offer exceptional convenience for loading and unloading your belongings, and they can also be used for vehicle storage.  With a drive up storage unit you can get the most space for your money. 

Climate Controlled Units


What is a climate controlled unit? It's a storage unit that offers a solution for your valuables that may be sensitive to the extreme temperature and humidity swings that come with the changes of each season.  Climate controlled units are often located inside a building and protected from the elements which provide for a potentially more pleasant experience when visiting your storage space. Climate controlled units never go below 55 degrees in the winter or above 80 degrees in the summer.

Ready, Set, Store


Cover furniture with drop cloth.

Seal boxes with tape.

Mattresses should be covered in plastic.

Clothing should be stored in boxes, plastic bags, or clothing bags.

Keep all items off the floor, use skids or pallets.

Couches can be stored on end to save space.

Disassemble tables.

Label boxes on several sides.

Make an inventory of your stored items and keep it in a safe place.

Use uniform boxes for easy stacking.

Plan your storage space, place items you may need near the front.


Warning

Do not store combustibles or perishables in units.

Old paint, cleaning fluids, gasoline, etc. are not acceptable storage items.

Drain fuel out of gasoline power equipment.