Typically holds one or two large pieces of furniture, 10 - 15 boxes, yard equipment, bicycle or motorcycle.
10 x 10 Unit
Typically holds furnishings of a one bedroom apartment, including some major appliances.
10 x 15 Unit
Typically holds furnishings of a two bedroom apartment, including some major appliances. Holds some compact vehicles.
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 30 Unit
Typically holds furnishings of a 3-4 bedroom residence, most vehicles, boats, and commercial trailers.
* 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.