Renting a self storage unit can be a great way to reduce clutter and free up needed space at the home or office. A storage unit is a smart place to keep a few boxes, furniture, memorabilia, heirlooms and business records.
Storage & Packing Tips
Taking the proper precautions when storing your home appliances can help avoid needless damage. If you don't know where to start when you plan on storing your refrigerator, oven, dishwasher, or washer and dryer, our storage tips section is a great place to start. We have suggestions covering just about any question you may have. In the event that your question isn't addressed, feel free to contact one of our professional storage specialists for more information!
Finding a storage unit can be an overwhelming task, especially if you aren't familiar with all of the options and features available. It's best to assess all of your storage needs before you even search for a local storage facility.
Consider how long you might need the storage unit; we are flexible regarding short term or long term agreements.
Estimate how much space you will require. Save money by only renting the space you need. Feel free to use the self storage calculator to help you.
How often will you need to access the unit? We are open seven days a week and access hours are only during business hours.
Are any of the items you plan to store sensitive to temperature or humidity? If so, you will most likely need a climate-controlled storage unit. Typically the following items need to be stored indoors with some type of climate-control: leathers, furs, clothing, paintings, film, photographs, furniture, antiques, musical instruments, wine, paper, software, DVDs, CDs and electronics.