Unit Size Guide & Tips
5 x 10 Unit
Typically holds one or two large pieces of furniture, 10 - 15 boxes, yard equipment, bicycle or motorcycle.
10 x 30 Unit
Typically holds furnishings of a 3-4 bedroom residence, most vehicles, boats, and commercial trailers.
10 x 20 Unit
Typically holds furnishings and appliances of a 2-3 bedroom residence. Can hold compact and some full-size vehicles.
10 x 15 Unit
Typically holds furnishings of a two bedroom apartment, including some major appliances. Holds some compact vehicles.
10 x 10 Unit
Typically holds furnishings of a one bedroom apartment, including some major appliances.
* Please Note - The sizes shown above are the most common sizes available. Unit size inventory varies by location.
Tips for a Good Storage Experience:
- USE A GOOD LOCK. We can't stress this enough. Thieves prey on easy targets, so don't become one by using a cheap lock!
- Insure your contents. AAA Safe Storage does not insure our customer's stored contents. Check with your home owner's or renter's insurance agent, or pick up a brochure in one of our offices for more information on content insurance.
- Thoroughly clean and disinfect everything, especially things which come into contact with foods or other organic materials, such as appliances, kitchen utensils, toiletry items, furniture, ect.
- Sealable, plastic containers are recommended. When using cardboard boxes, always use ones in good condition and seal all openings with packing tape.
- When possible, stack smaller, lighter items on shelves, tables, or other large furniture. The idea is to limit what is setting directly on the floor.
- Do not store food. The storing of canned goods is generally safe, but thoroughly clean the cans/jars and place within plastic, sealable containers. Also, consider donating food items to a charity.
- Do not store animal feed, grass seed, or other organic materials.
- Store mattresses in plastic mattress storage bags for protection.
- Utilize Climate Controlled Storage for sensitive items, such as electronics, fine wood furniture, or important document files.
- If possible, get a little more storage space than you actually need. It is always best to leave enough space to move around and inspect stored items.
- Check on stored items frequently. Catching problems early is always best.
- Place kill traps, over-the-counter poisons, or insect repellents around the perimeter of your items within the storage unit, and replace regularly.
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