Personal
Business
Small
5 x 5
Contents of
LARGE CLOSET
Small
5 x 10
Contents of
1 BEDROOM
Medium
10 x 10
Contents of
2 BEDROOMS
Large
10 x 15
Contents of
3 BEDROOMS
Large
10 x 20
Contents of
4 BEDROOMS
Large
10 x 30
Contents of
6 BEDROOMS
Small
5 x 5
Contents of
LARGE CLOSET
Small
5 x 10
Contents of
1 OFFICE ROOM
Medium
10 x 10
Contents of
2 OFFICE ROOMS
Large
10 x 15
Contents of
3 OFFICE ROOMS
Large
10 x 20
Contents of
4 OFFICE ROOMS
Large
10 x 30
Contents of
6 OFFICE ROOMS
5 x 5
What Can You Fit?
  • Seasonal decorations
  • Sports equipment
  • Twin bed
  • Small furniture
  • Totes & smaller boxes
This small, simple 5x5 storage unit is ideal for items you don’t immediately need. Bicycles, inflatable water toys, skis, camping gear, and a collection of seasonal home decorations can all fit comfortably with room to spare. These 25 square foot containers make the best extra closet you can find. Now you can stop storing your holiday decorations in the boat!
Advertised units sizes are approximations. They are only intended to provide customers with a general reference point in order to compare different types of units. Rental rates are not based on square foot measurements, but rather on the type of unit at a particular facility. Customers requiring a specific amount of square footage should inspect units prior to rental and base their decision to rent on their own inspection. Customers should not rely on the advertised size of the unit to determine whether to rent a particular unit.
5 x 10
What Can You Fit?
  • Queen bed
  • Chest of drawers
  • Quad or motorcycle
  • Television
  • Totes & boxes
Need to remodel a room in your house? A 5x10 storage unit provides 50 square feet for holding a bed, television, and chest of drawers or a collection of small boxes. For a more permanent solution, this storage unit is superb for holding a small riding lawn mower, jet ski, or large home tools.
Advertised units sizes are approximations. They are only intended to provide customers with a general reference point in order to compare different types of units. Rental rates are not based on square foot measurements, but rather on the type of unit at a particular facility. Customers requiring a specific amount of square footage should inspect units prior to rental and base their decision to rent on their own inspection. Customers should not rely on the advertised size of the unit to determine whether to rent a particular unit.
10 x 10
What Can You Fit?
  • King bed
  • Couch
  • Dining Set
  • Large TV
  • Multiple boxes
For a large room remodeling, like a family room or den, or storage of two full bedrooms, a 100 square foot storage unit is must. These 10x10 storage containers are also great for college students returning from a dormitory. Last but not least, this unit is large enough to partition and use as separate storage units for two or more roommates.
Advertised units sizes are approximations. They are only intended to provide customers with a general reference point in order to compare different types of units. Rental rates are not based on square foot measurements, but rather on the type of unit at a particular facility. Customers requiring a specific amount of square footage should inspect units prior to rental and base their decision to rent on their own inspection. Customers should not rely on the advertised size of the unit to determine whether to rent a particular unit.
10 x 15
What Can You Fit?
  • Big screen TV
  • Couch & chairs
  • Dining set
  • Mattresses
  • Many large boxes
This large unit can hold several rooms of furniture. Or, if you need to temporarily clear up some space at home, it can hold a piano, couch, table and chairs, and big screen TVs. This is also the perfect space to store furniture that mysteriously appears as your student returns home for the summer. Either way, it’s a great way to keep your possessions safe and secure until you need them.
Advertised units sizes are approximations. They are only intended to provide customers with a general reference point in order to compare different types of units. Rental rates are not based on square foot measurements, but rather on the type of unit at a particular facility. Customers requiring a specific amount of square footage should inspect units prior to rental and base their decision to rent on their own inspection. Customers should not rely on the advertised size of the unit to determine whether to rent a particular unit.
10 x 20
What Can You Fit?
  • Washer & dryer
  • Refrigerator
  • Multiple bedroom sets
  • Living room set
  • Dining room set
  • Dozens of boxes & totes
Moving to a new house that is’t quite finished yet? Solution: a 10x20 storage unit. With 200 square feet of space, this unit can hold a washer and dryer or refrigerator, several knick-knack boxes, and up to four complete bedroom suites. A perfect place to store your stuff while you are in transition, or to hold the stuff you don’t need for a while.
Advertised units sizes are approximations. They are only intended to provide customers with a general reference point in order to compare different types of units. Rental rates are not based on square foot measurements, but rather on the type of unit at a particular facility. Customers requiring a specific amount of square footage should inspect units prior to rental and base their decision to rent on their own inspection. Customers should not rely on the advertised size of the unit to determine whether to rent a particular unit.
10 x 30
What Can You Fit?
  • Multiple bedroom sets
  • Washer & dryer
  • Living room sets
  • Dining room sets
  • Quad or motorcycles
  • Vehicles or a boat
  • Hundreds of boxes & totes
There comes a time when you need to store an entire house. A family member’s death, a fire or flood, or you are simply renting out a property and need to place for everything all in one secure spot. A 10x30 storage unit can not only comfortably hold a typical house worth of furniture and decor, but will give you extra room to hold a car, boat, or other vehicle and keep it safe from the elements and curious onlookers.
Advertised units sizes are approximations. They are only intended to provide customers with a general reference point in order to compare different types of units. Rental rates are not based on square foot measurements, but rather on the type of unit at a particular facility. Customers requiring a specific amount of square footage should inspect units prior to rental and base their decision to rent on their own inspection. Customers should not rely on the advertised size of the unit to determine whether to rent a particular unit.
5 x 5
What Can You Fit?
  • File cabinet
  • Small furniture items
  • Business records
  • Office supplies
  • Small equipment
Need a place to store five thousand boxes of paper clips? How about five years of government required back records? Sometimes your business needs a place to put important equipment and files not needed every day. But why waste expensive office space on them? The answer is simple: a 5x5 foot storage unit where you can put file cabinets, record boxes, and small amounts of surplus office supplies.
Advertised units sizes are approximations. They are only intended to provide customers with a general reference point in order to compare different types of units. Rental rates are not based on square foot measurements, but rather on the type of unit at a particular facility. Customers requiring a specific amount of square footage should inspect units prior to rental and base their decision to rent on their own inspection. Customers should not rely on the advertised size of the unit to determine whether to rent a particular unit.
5 x 10
What Can You Fit?
  • Desks & chairs
  • Bookcases
  • Business supplies
  • Inventory
  • Multiple file boxes
Storage units aren’t just for holding spare desks, bookcases, and water coolers. Contractors, gardners, and other professionals can benefit from an extra 50 square feet of storage space too. A 5x10 unit will hold an array of tools, both conventional and powered, and smaller raw material items like cases of nails or bags of ready mix.
Advertised units sizes are approximations. They are only intended to provide customers with a general reference point in order to compare different types of units. Rental rates are not based on square foot measurements, but rather on the type of unit at a particular facility. Customers requiring a specific amount of square footage should inspect units prior to rental and base their decision to rent on their own inspection. Customers should not rely on the advertised size of the unit to determine whether to rent a particular unit.
10 x 10
What Can You Fit?
  • Business records
  • Office furniture & equipment
  • Supplies & inventory
  • Computer equipment
  • Signage
Business is good! Your branch is on the rise and the corporate office has rewarded you with a brand new prime location. Only problem is the building isn’t finished, but your current lease is up! Thankfully, a storage facility is nearby and has 10x10 units ready and waiting. 100 square feet is more than enough space to easily, temporarily house an entire office worth of furniture and supplies.
Advertised units sizes are approximations. They are only intended to provide customers with a general reference point in order to compare different types of units. Rental rates are not based on square foot measurements, but rather on the type of unit at a particular facility. Customers requiring a specific amount of square footage should inspect units prior to rental and base their decision to rent on their own inspection. Customers should not rely on the advertised size of the unit to determine whether to rent a particular unit.
10 x 15
What Can You Fit?
  • Multiple office workstations
  • Office furniture
  • Tools & equipment
  • Commercial inventory
  • Multiple file boxes
At 150 square feet, this space is ideal for storage of a medium to large sized office area. Keep several desks, and all the attendant chairs, file cabinets, boxes, shelves, wires and everything else you need. Moving to a new space? You can keep each desk, with its computer, files, bookshelf, chair, and power-strips together, making that office move a snap!
Advertised units sizes are approximations. They are only intended to provide customers with a general reference point in order to compare different types of units. Rental rates are not based on square foot measurements, but rather on the type of unit at a particular facility. Customers requiring a specific amount of square footage should inspect units prior to rental and base their decision to rent on their own inspection. Customers should not rely on the advertised size of the unit to determine whether to rent a particular unit.
10 x 20
What Can You Fit?
  • Construction equipment
  • Commercial supplies
  • Conference tables
  • Inventory
  • Vehicles
Most tradesmen move from job site to job site taking their tools with them, but everyone needs a place to hang their work belt somewhere. At 10x20 feet, a 200 square foot storage unit can not only hold all your large tools, mobile tool chests, and other specialized equipment, but can serve as a home base for all your storage needs. It will also hold extra long building supplies such as rolls of carpet or laminate flooring, pvc piping, and lumber.
Advertised units sizes are approximations. They are only intended to provide customers with a general reference point in order to compare different types of units. Rental rates are not based on square foot measurements, but rather on the type of unit at a particular facility. Customers requiring a specific amount of square footage should inspect units prior to rental and base their decision to rent on their own inspection. Customers should not rely on the advertised size of the unit to determine whether to rent a particular unit.
10 x 30
What Can You Fit?
  • Multiple workstations
  • Large office furniture
  • Tools & equipment
  • Commercial supplies
  • Inventory
  • Vehicles
The ultimate business solution, a 300 sq.ft. storage unit is a blank slate you can build out to your specific needs. Office oriented businesses can install stand alone shelves for long term file keeping or storage of surplus equipment like printers, computers, or furniture. On the flip side, contractors can use this 10 x 30 unit to store several worker’s tools, small tractors, and even work vehicles for an extended period of time.
Advertised units sizes are approximations. They are only intended to provide customers with a general reference point in order to compare different types of units. Rental rates are not based on square foot measurements, but rather on the type of unit at a particular facility. Customers requiring a specific amount of square footage should inspect units prior to rental and base their decision to rent on their own inspection. Customers should not rely on the advertised size of the unit to determine whether to rent a particular unit.