Types of Storage

Whether you need a place to store your boat, a room to keep your old furniture until your teenager moves out on his own and gives them new life, a private closet to store and organize old books and tax papers, or just extra space to hold unused odds and ends that clutter your home, consider renting a self storage unit.

Self storage facilities offer various options to meet individual needs. When looking for self storage locations, you may find that they are sometimes called mini storage or cell storage. Units come in varying sizes and are divided within a facility into individual rooms, plots, cells or pods. Most can be rented for short or long periods, even as short as a day. Renters usually provide their own locks, but self storage companies generally provide some level of security. Private gates that require the renter to enter a code or use a key card and security cameras are common. Some also provide security guards, door alarms and 24-hour on-site management.

  • 10 X 30s
  • 8 X 20
  • 8 X 12s
  • 5 X 8s