5x5
5'x5'
5x10
5'x10'
5x15
5'x15'
10x10
10'x10'
10x15
10'x15'
10x20
10'x20'
10x25
10'x25'
10x30
10'x30'

Unit Options

Find the self storage unit size that matches your storage needs. Click on the diagrams below for details about the unit and estimates of how much it will hold.

Note: The sizes on these diagrams are approximate and for comparison purposes only. The space may be smaller or larger than designated. The rent charged is not based on the actual square foot measurement of the unit. We highly recommend you speak to one of our Storage Professionals if you have any questions.

5x5
5'x5'
5x10
5'x10'
5x15
5'x15'
10x10
10'x10'
10x15
10'x15'
10x20
10'x20'
10x25
10'x25'
10x30
10'x30'

5'x5'

Compares to

Hall closet

How Much Fits

Small furniture, chest, boxes, small items, holiday decorations, business records/files.

Compares to
  • Hall closet
How Much Fits
  • Small furniture
  • chest
  • boxes
  • small items
  • holiday decorations
  • business records/files
Tips

Pack items in strong, same-size boxes so you can stack them for maximum use of floor space. Our ceilings are typically 9 to 10 feet tall — plenty of room to stack!

5'x10'

Compares to

Walk-in closet

How Much Fits

Couch and chair, chest, boxes, mattress set, business records, overflow inventory.

Compares to
  • Walk-in closet
How Much Fits
  • Steel roll-up door
  • Low threshold concrete floor
  • 6AM - 9AM access
Tips

If you’re storing upholstered furniture, we recommend covering the items with sheets or special purpose covers. Purchase mattress bags on site.

5'x15'

Compares to

Large walk-in closet

How Much Fits

One bedroom size apartment furnishings (without appliances), motorcycle.

Compares to
  • Large walk-in closet
How Much Fits
  • Steel roll-up door
  • Low threshold concrete floor
  • 6AM - 9AM access
Tips

Drain all the gas from vehicles or lawn equipment before storing. It’s required for safety, plus it’s better for the engine.

10'x10'

Compares to

Average size bedroom, 1/2 of a garage

How Much Fits

2-3 rooms of furniture, appliances, boxes, motorcycle, lawn tools, office furniture/files, excess business inventory.

Compares to
  • Average size bedroom, 1/2 of a garage
How Much Fits
  • Steel roll-up door
  • Low threshold concrete floor
  • 6AM - 9AM access
Tips

Plan before you store! Decide what goes in boxes and label the boxes with the contents. Don’t be tempted to use plastic bags for storing items — they deteriorate and provide no protection for contents.

10'x15'

Compares to

Large bedroom

How Much Fits

3-4 rooms of furniture with appliances, business inventory.

Compares to
  • Large bedroom
How Much Fits
  • Steel roll-up door
  • Low threshold concrete floor
  • 6AM - 9AM access
Tips

Store the largest, heaviest items toward the back of the unit and remember to leave some room to get to them should you need to.

10'x20'

Compares to

Standard one-car garage

How Much Fits

Furnishings from a small house or 2 bedroom apartment with appliances or a car or truck.

Compares to
  • Standard one-car garage
How Much Fits
  • Steel roll-up door
  • Low threshold concrete floor
  • 6AM - 9AM access
Tips

When storing a car or truck, don’t engage the parking brake. If brake pads make contact for too long, there is a chance that they might fuse. Use a tire stopper (chock) to prevent rolling.

10'x25'

Compares to

Small one-car garage

How Much Fits

Furnishings and appliances from a home or large office suite, or a car, truck or boat.

Compares to
  • Small one-car garage
How Much Fits
  • Steel roll-up door
  • Low threshold concrete floor
  • 6AM - 9AM access
Tips

Pack electrical equipment (TVs, stereos, computers, etc.) in their original boxes if possible. If you don’t have the originals, pack the item in a box that fits it closely, then fill the extra space with packing material.

10'x30'

Compares to

Oversized one-car garage

How Much Fits

Furnishings from a 3 bedroom home with appliances, or contents of a large moving van, or a car and 1-2 rooms of furniture.

Compares to
  • Oversized one-car garage
How Much Fits
  • Steel roll-up door
  • Low threshold concrete floor
  • 6AM - 9AM access
Tips

Before storing a refrigerator or freezer defrost completely to avoid water damage and mildew. Leave the door open slightly while stored.

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