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Storage Guide

Although moving into a storage unit may seem like an intimidating task, a little bit of advance planning can make the job easy. Here are some simple tips that will help you to select the proper storage unit, maximizing your economic investment and space efficiency:

  • Disassemble as many things as possible.
  • When possible, use the same size boxes; they stack better and create efficient use of space.
  • Protect your belongings. Wrap furniture with pads, use bubble wrap on breakables, be sure to coat metal objects with a rust preventative.
  • Pack boxes orderly and FULL. Partially empty boxes are a waste of space and can collapse from any weight put on top of them.
  • Label each box with its contents.
  • Identify which room the contents of each box belongs in, making unpacking easier
  • Place electronics in the back of your unit, away from the door.
  • Store television sets on top of something, not the concrete floor.
  • Store mattresses by covering them with plastic or paper. Use cardboard or a wooden pallet on the floor.
  • Use wardrobe boxes to store shoes, clothing and draperies. This prevents wrinkling and the collection of dust.
  • Place important papers and documents in one box and store it near the door for easy access.
  • Avoid storing food products in your unit. The food can spoil or attract rodents and insects.

The Rental Process Checklist

It is our pleasure to rent a storage unit to you. In order to streamline the rental process, we offer the following tips:

  • Please bring current and valid driver's license with you when you come to rent.
  • You will need to bring with you the first month’s rent and any coupons you wish to apply to your rental space.
  • It takes about 15 to 20 minutes to rent a storage space. Please make sure you have enough time to complete the process.
  • Before you rent it's a good idea to look at the rental space to verify that it will meet your needs. We want to make sure that your furniture and other goods will fit inside. It’s okay if you need more space than you anticipated; we can always transfer you to a larger or smaller unit.
  • This will also show you where your storage unit is located and help us demonstrate how the door to your unit works.
  • You’ll want to consider your insurance needs; your homeowner’s or renter’s insurance may cover you; be sure to contact your agent.
  • You will need to read and sign the Rental Agreement.
  • We’ll explain your rent payment options.
  • We have the forms in our office to assist you in vacating and changing your mailing address. It is important to maintain current contact information.
  • We’ll demonstrate how to use the keypads that operate the gate and the entry doors.
  • Our professional staff will be able to answer all of your questions.