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A 5x10 (50 Sq. Ft.)  storage unit is the size of a small walk-in closet.

  • This size unit yields a total of 50 square feet of space; It fits furnishings of a mid-sized bedroom, including a queen-sized bed, a dresser, a TV and several small to medium-sized boxes.

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5x10 Storage Unit Diagram

Other Size Factors to Consider

Always be sure to consider the limitations of your entire storage space, and make sure you take advantage of all three dimensions when thinking about your items (i.e., length, width, and height). Here are some other things to think about:

·         Be aware that many household items come in different sizes. In other words, just because a storage unit can fit a small mattress doesn’t necessarily mean it can fit your king size mattress.

·         Items like sofas or dressers may have to be turned on their side in order to maximize your storage space. Use the eight-foot vertical space to your advantage.

·         Including shelves can help you take advantage of the height of your storage unit and store more items.

 

Extra Tips for Preparing for Storage

Use sturdy moving boxes or heavy-duty plastic containers of uniform size.

Group your boxes by fragility or weight. Store heavier boxes on the bottom of stacks, and place fragile items on top. When you move in, stack boxes no more than four high. You can also place boxes on top of sturdy furniture!

 


 

 

A 5x15 (75 sq. ft.) storage unit is the size of a large walk-in closet.

  • 5x15 Unit (75 sq. ft.): Great for storing the contents of a 1-bedroom apartment.  Ideal for furniture including a couch, chair and small dinning set, sporting equipment, bicycles, business merchandise, seasonal items, sporting equipment and even a motorcycle.

 Image result for size image for 5x15 storage unit 5x15 UNIT RENTS FOR: 
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Other Size Factors to Consider

Always be sure to consider the limitations of your entire storage space, and make sure you take advantage of all three dimensions when thinking about your items (i.e., length, width, and height). Here are some other things to think about:

·         Be aware that many household items come in different sizes. In other words, just because a storage unit can fit a small mattress doesn’t necessarily mean it can fit your king size mattress.

·         Items like sofas or dressers may have to be turned on their side in order to maximize your storage space. Use the eight-foot vertical space to your advantage.

·         Including shelves can help you take advantage of the height of your storage unit and store more items.

 

Extra Tips for Preparing for Storage

Use sturdy moving boxes or heavy-duty plastic containers of uniform size.

Group your boxes by fragility or weight. Store heavier boxes on the bottom of stacks, and place fragile items on top. When you move in, stack boxes no more than four high. You can also place boxes on top of sturdy furniture!

 

 


 

 

A 10x10 (100 Sq. ft.) storage unit is the size of half of a standard one-car garage.

  • 10x10 Unit (100 sq. ft.): Ideal for storing the contents of a 2-bedroom space.  Perfect for holding an entertainment center, king-size mattresses, larger appliances, dining room, furniture, and other various items you'd find in a 2-bedroom space.

 

10x10 UNIT RENTS FOR: 
Call for pricing and availability
ONE TIME LOCK AND KEY CHARGE 
TERMS: cash, personal check, money order, postal order Western Union or Automatic bill pay
We do not accept credit or Debit cards
10x10 Storage Unit Diagram

 

Other Size Factors to Consider

Always be sure to consider the limitations of your entire storage space, and make sure you take advantage of all three dimensions when thinking about your items (i.e., length, width, and height). Here are some other things to think about:

·         Be aware that many household items come in different sizes. In other words, just because a storage unit can fit a small mattress doesn’t necessarily mean it can fit your king size mattress.

·         Items like sofas or dressers may have to be turned on their side in order to maximize your storage space. Use the eight-foot vertical space to your advantage.

·         Including shelves can help you take advantage of the height of your storage unit and store more items.

 

Extra Tips for Preparing for Storage

Use sturdy moving boxes or heavy-duty plastic containers of uniform size.

Group your boxes by fragility or weight. Store heavier boxes on the bottom of stacks, and place fragile items on top. When you move in, stack boxes no more than four high. You can also place boxes on top of sturdy furniture!

 

 


 

 

.A 10x15 (150 Sq. Ft.) storage unit is a little smaller than a standard one-car garage.

  • 10x15 Unit (150 sq. ft.): Perfect for holding the contents of a 3-bedroom space.  Great for storing large furniture, appliances, big screen TV's, bikes and other sporting equipment, full dining room set, or even music equipment like a C-3 piano, drum set, or all the equipment needed for a several-month long tour. 

 

 10x15 Storage Unit Diagram 10x 15 UNIT RENTS FOR: 
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ONE TIME LOCK AND KEY CHARGE 
TERMS: cash, personal check, money order, postal order Western Union or Automatic bill pay
We do not accept credit or Debit cards
 


 

 

Other Size Factors to Consider

Always be sure to consider the limitations of your entire storage space, and make sure you take advantage of all three dimensions when thinking about your items (i.e., length, width, and height). Here are some other things to think about:

·         Be aware that many household items come in different sizes. In other words, just because a storage unit can fit a small mattress doesn’t necessarily mean it can fit your king size mattress.

·         Items like sofas or dressers may have to be turned on their side in order to maximize your storage space. Use the eight-foot vertical space to your advantage.

·         Including shelves can help you take advantage of the height of your storage unit and store more items.

 

Extra Tips for Preparing for Storage

Use sturdy moving boxes or heavy-duty plastic containers of uniform size.

Group your boxes by fragility or weight. Store heavier boxes on the bottom of stacks, and place fragile items on top. When you move in, stack boxes no more than four high. You can also place boxes on top of sturdy furniture!

 


 

 

A 10x20 (200 Sq. ft.)  storage unit is the size of a standard one-car garage.

  • 10x20 Unit (200 sq. ft.): Size is ideal for a car, boat, or other vehicle.  A 10x20 unit is ideal for a small car with some extra room to spare or a 3 to 4-bedroom set. Fill remaining space with sports equipment, small furniture set, boxes, or other small to medium personal items.  It fits the contents of a multi-bedroom house, including several oversized items like a couch, refrigerator, a washer/dryer and a dining room set as well as several large boxes.

 10x20 Storage Unit Diagram 10x20 UNIT RENTS FOR: 
Call for pricing and availability
ONE TIME LOCK AND KEY CHARGE 
TERMS: cash, personal check, money order, postal order Western Union or Automatic bill pay
We do not accept credit or Debit cards
 


 

Other Size Factors to Consider

Always be sure to consider the limitations of your entire storage space, and make sure you take advantage of all three dimensions when thinking about your items (i.e., length, width, and height). Here are some other things to think about:

·         Be aware that many household items come in different sizes. In other words, just because a storage unit can fit a small mattress doesn’t necessarily mean it can fit your king size mattress.

·         Items like sofas or dressers may have to be turned on their side in order to maximize your storage space. Use the eight-foot vertical space to your advantage.

·         Including shelves can help you take advantage of the height of your storage unit and store more items.

 

Extra Tips for Preparing for Storage

Use sturdy moving boxes or heavy-duty plastic containers of uniform size.

Group your boxes by fragility or weight. Store heavier boxes on the bottom of stacks, and place fragile items on top. When you move in, stack boxes no more than four high. You can also place boxes on top of sturdy furniture!

 

 


 

 

A 10x25 (250 sq. ft.) storage unit is a little larger than a one-car garage.

  • 10x25 Unit (250 sq. ft.): Great for storing a small boat with trailer with some room to spare.  Fill the rest of your space with a couch, small chairs, small bedroom furniture set, and other miscellaneous items. It fits the contents of a fully furnished 3-bedroom house, including oversized items such as a couch, mattress sets, a dresser, a refrigerator, a washer/dryer, a dining room set, an entertainment center and several large boxes.

10x25 UNIT RENTS FOR: 
Call for pricing and availability
ONE TIME LOCK AND KEY CHARGE 
TERMS: cash, personal check, money order, postal order Western Union or Automatic bill pay
We do not accept credit or Debit cards
Image result for size image for 10x25 storage unit

 

Other Size Factors to Consider

Always be sure to consider the limitations of your entire storage space, and make sure you take advantage of all three dimensions when thinking about your items (i.e., length, width, and height). Here are some other things to think about:

·         Be aware that many household items come in different sizes. In other words, just because a storage unit can fit a small mattress doesn’t necessarily mean it can fit your king size mattress.

·         Items like sofas or dressers may have to be turned on their side in order to maximize your storage space. Use the eight-foot vertical space to your advantage.

·         Including shelves can help you take advantage of the height of your storage unit and store more items.

 

Extra Tips for Preparing for Storage

Use sturdy moving boxes or heavy-duty plastic containers of uniform size.

Group your boxes by fragility or weight. Store heavier boxes on the bottom of stacks, and place fragile items on top. When you move in, stack boxes no more than four high. You can also place boxes on top of sturdy furniture!

 

 


 

 

A 10x30 (300 Sq. Ft.) storage unit is as large as a 1 ½ car garage

  • 10x30 Unit (300 sq. ft.): A 10x30 unit is great for storing a large vehicle, small boat, and other large items with room to spare.  It is as large as 1 ½ garage.  This size unit is ideal for storing the contents of a large home while you settle in. It fits the contents of a fully furnished 3-5-bedroom house, including oversized items such as couches, beds, dressers, a refrigerator, a washer/dryer, a dining room set, an entertainment center and several large boxes.

 10x30 Storage Unit Diagram 10x30 UNIT RENTS FOR:
Call for pricing and availability
ONE TIME LOCK AND KEY CHARGE 
TERMS: cash, personal check, money order, postal order Western Union or Automatic bill pay
We do not accept credit or Debit cards
 


 

Other Size Factors to Consider

Always be sure to consider the limitations of your entire storage space, and make sure you take advantage of all three dimensions when thinking about your items (i.e., length, width, and height). Here are some other things to think about:

·         Be aware that many household items come in different sizes. In other words, just because a storage unit can fit a small mattress doesn’t necessarily mean it can fit your king size mattress.

·         Items like sofas or dressers may have to be turned on their side in order to maximize your storage space. Use the eight-foot vertical space to your advantage.

·         Including shelves can help you take advantage of the height of your storage unit and store more items.

 

Extra Tips for Preparing for Storage

Use sturdy moving boxes or heavy-duty plastic containers of uniform size.

Group your boxes by fragility or weight. Store heavier boxes on the bottom of stacks, and place fragile items on top. When you move in, stack boxes no more than four high. You can also place boxes on top of sturdy furniture!

 

 


 

 

A 12x30 (360 Sq. Ft.) storage unit is as large as a 2-car garage.

  • 12x30 Unit (360 sq. ft.): A 12x30 unit is great for storing a large vehicle, small boat, and other large items with room to spare.  It is as large as 2 car garage.  This size unit is ideal for storing the contents of a large home while you settle inIt fits the contents of a fully furnished 5-bedroom house, including oversized items such as a car, boat or household items such as couches, beds, dressers, a refrigerator, a washer/dryer, a dining room set, an entertainment center and several large boxes.

12x30 UNIT RENTS FOR: 
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TERMS: cash, personal check, money order, postal order Western Union or Automatic bill pay
We do not accept credit or Debit cards
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Other Size Factors to Consider

Always be sure to consider the limitations of your entire storage space, and make sure you take advantage of all three dimensions when thinking about your items (i.e., length, width, and height). Here are some other things to think about:

·         Be aware that many household items come in different sizes. In other words, just because a storage unit can fit a small mattress doesn’t necessarily mean it can fit your king size mattress.

·         Items like sofas or dressers may have to be turned on their side in order to maximize your storage space. Use the eight-foot vertical space to your advantage.

·         Including shelves can help you take advantage of the height of your storage unit and store more items.

 

Extra Tips for Preparing for Storage

Use sturdy moving boxes or heavy-duty plastic containers of uniform size.

Group your boxes by fragility or weight. Store heavier boxes on the bottom of stacks, and place fragile items on top. When you move in, stack boxes no more than four high. You can also place boxes on top of sturdy furniture!