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Non-Climate Controlled:

Month-to-Month Rates As Low As**:

4'x3'

$15

5'x10'

$35-40

5'x15'

$40-$45

10'x10'

$40-$50

10'x15'

* $65 *

10'x20'

$75

10'x25'

$95

10'x30'

*$110*

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You can pull your vehicle right up to all of our non-climate units!! This makes accessing & loading/unloading your things into these units a snap. Also, we have wide, paved drives with easy turns and no dead ends (no backing up a long way after going to your unit!).

 

To help you determine the size unit you need, photos of each size unit are provided (just click on the links to the left). For some additional tips, see the bottom of this page.


  Climate Controlled:

 *Ground Floor Units* As Low As**:

5'x10'

$55

5'x15'

$60

10'x10'

$65

10'x15'

$90

10'x20'

$150

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To save money & have easier loading/unloading, ask us about a deal on a combination of climate & non-climate units together!!!!!!!

 

The Climate Controlled building was built in 2005. It was designed to be one of the easiest climate controlled facilities to load/unload your things into. It has all Single-Story constuction (all units are at Ground-Level with no stairs, no elevators, no 100'+ halls!!! to deal with when carrying your stuff to your unit). It features temperature control, a high-tech digital lock system controlling access to the inside of the building, and a state-of-the-art standing-seam roof.

 

The digital lock system is a unique feature and is not provided by other facilities in the area to our knowledge. Each renter has their own key code and the lock system monitors who enters and leaves the building. Renters are only allowed access to the hall that contains their unit. Once a renter moves out, their code is deactivated. Other facilities use a push-button lock system with every renter having the SAME code & whose code typically is never changed. This means that anyone who has ever rented there still has access and always will.

 

Note: To see photos of each unit size, click on the links in the Non-Climate Controlled section above (the sizes are the same).

 

 **Subject to Availabilty. Prices may change without notice

Table of examples of what might fit in various unit sizes***:

4'x3'

Personal items, documents, etc.

5'x10'

Furnishings from studio or small 1-bedroom apartment: dining room set, sofa, mattress set, and boxes

10'x10'

Furnishings from 1- or 2-bedroom apartment: furniture, washer/dryer, refrigerator, many boxes & miscellaneous items

10'x15'

Furnishings from 2- or 3-bedroom apartment or house: furniture, appliances, many boxes & extras

10'x20'

Furnishings from 3- or 4-bedroom apartment or house: furniture, appliances, many boxes & extras

10'x25'

Furnishings from 3- or 4-bedroom apartment or house: furniture, appliances, garage extras, & miscellaneous items

*** what will fit will vary based on the size & amount of your items

Another useful Rule-of-Thumb: When storing a whole house/apartment is  to divide the house's square footage by 10. Example, a 1500 sq ft home would require a 150 sq ft storage unit which is a 10'x15' unit (10' x 15' = 150 sq ft). This is just a simple rule of thumb that is not perfect by any means.

Tips for determining what size unit you want and storing items more securely:

1.) Most people rent more space than is really necessary. Unless you need to access things inside the unit frequently, the following things can be done to maximize storage space. Stand couches on their end to save space, put furniture & appliances on the floor and stack boxes on top of them to the ceiling.

2.) If you need to access items in the unit frequently, you will be much happier if you rent a little bigger unit than you need and leave a path to the back of the unit. This is because somehow what you need always happens to be at the back of the unit. To get to it, you have to pull everything out that is in front of it. And, the more you have to move your belongings, the more likely they are to be damaged.

3.) Using the following tips is a good idea to improve the security of your possessions. Place valuable items such as electronics, tools, guns, etc. near the back of the unit, out of sight, and difficult to reach quickly. When your door is open, be alert as to any strangers around you that may be trying to get a good look inside your unit. What they don't see, they won't be tempted by. If you notice someone lurking about your unit, please report them to the facility's manager or the local police department.

See Also The Helpful Hints Section

 

****Caution: Competing Storage Facilities, do NOT call us trying to anonymously check our rates, specials, etc. Be Advised our calls are monitored by the proper authorities.

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