Renting a storage unit is a great solution to clear up much-needed space at home or to hold business items. We pride ourselves on making things easy and efficient for our customers – our facilities offer clean, secure storage units at affordable prices.

Our rates vary between unit sizes and type of storage. For more information about our pricing, see our rates page. Please contact us if you have any additional questions

Unlimited length for rental.

Liquids, explosives, flammable liquids, toxic materials, and perishables. Please contact us if you have any questions regarding a specific item.

If there is a storage space available, you can move in anytime after payment is received and contract is signed.

All contracts are month-to-month. However, we would appreciate a 10 day notice before you move out. Please leave your lock off of the unit to signal that you have moved out. If lock is left behind requiring to be cut off then a fee will be charged. Locked units will continue to pay rent.

We require a government-issued photo ID (example: driver’s license, state ID, or passport).

With your access code you’ll be able to access your storage unit 24/7, year-round, even on holidays.

We accept cash, money order, checks, and all major credit cards. Our website makes it easy for you to manage all your payments online at any time. 

You can make a payment by mail (cash, check or money order), through our website, or pay in person (contact us for details). You may also sign up to have payments automatically deducted from your credit card account monthly.

Our facility is fully fenced with a 6ft chain link fence and passcode-protected gate. Insurance for your belongings is also available. 

If you’re unsure of what size unit you need, call us for assistance. 

Tips on storing items in unit:  


Place a pallet, corrugated cardboard mat, or plastic sheet on the floor before placing furniture. If possible, stand sofas and mattresses on end. Disassemble beds and tables and wrap table legs in paper.

If a table will not disassemble, place padding on the floor and place the table on its top with the legs pointing up. Protect chair legs by wrapping them in packing paper. Leave slipcovers on upholstered chairs and cover them with plastic chair covers.

Most lightweight chairs can be stacked “seat to seat” or placed upside down on tables, which cannot be disassembled.

Use dresser tops for stacking cartons and dresser drawers for linens or small, delicate items.

Finally, place a light cotton dust cover (bed sheet) over your furniture.


A refrigerator or freezer should be thoroughly dry and stored with its door slightly ajar. Some goods can be stored inside large appliances. Be sure to make a note if you place anything inside. Boxes can be stacked on top of stoves, refrigerators, and freezers. Make sure that stoves and cooking equipment are clean and dry before you pack them.

Dishes and Glassware

Place a layer of packing inside the bottom and the top of boxes containing glassware. All glass items should be individually wrapped. Wrapped glasses should be placed near the top of cartons. Again, fill all open pockets with packing paper. Label all boxes containing glassware and do not place heavy items on top.

Bedding, Clothing, Curtains, Drapes and Linens:

Fabric items like clothing, curtains and drapes are best if stored on hangers. If hanging cartons are not available, such items should be carefully folded and stored in dresser drawers or cedar chests along with bedding and linens.

Mirrors, Windows, Glass Sheeting and Screens

These items should be stored on edges, not flat. Breakable items should be wrapped with padding for protection.


Metal tools should be cleaned and wiped with a rag containing a few drops of machine oil to prevent rust. Long handled tools such as rakes, shovels and hoes should be clean, lightly oiled and tied in bundles.

Bicycles and Other Metal Items

To avoid rust, wipe all metal surfaces with a rag containing a few drops of machine oil.

Helpful tips for moving day:

Mark Your Calendar & Don’t Rush

Make a timeline leading up to moving day for cleaning out, labeling, and organizing your life before. Take a little time each week or day to check off the list, one room at a time. Taking time to carefully load your storage space will ensure the best results for your belongings.

Clear a Path

Leave a walkway to the rear of your space for convenient access to all items.

Leave Some Room

Leave air space around the perimeter to aid ventilation. Boxes of the same size make for easy stacking.

Make a List and Plan Ahead

Create a list of labeled boxes for easy reference. Color coordinating or numbering each box is a great trick to stay organized. Also, gather up plenty of sturdy, corrugated cartons, packing paper, bubble wrap, sealing tape and marker pens, along with any furniture covers or shelving you intend to use in your storage unit.

Pack Efficiently

Pack as much as you can in the same size boxes. Fill boxes tightly, but be mindful to neither overpack nor underpack. Use wadded up newsprint, bubblewrap, rags, towels, or blankets to fill in empty spaces.

Using plastic storage containers is a great option without the hassle of packing tape OR use high-quality packing boxes designed especially for the job and seal them completely with packing tape.

Label All Boxes

Clearly label boxes so you know their contents, and keep a list (as well as pictures and descriptions) at your home or office for reference. Mark clearly all boxes containing fragile items.

Manage Weight

Pack heavy items such as books and tools in small boxes. For easier handling limit the weight of all cartons, regardless of size, to 30 lbs. or less.

Clean Stored Items

Clean and dry appliances before storing. Secure all movable parts with paper, or wedge and wrap a paper pad around each item for protection. During transport tape all doors shut, but remember to wedge them open for storage.


Store items you’ll need most often at the front of the unit. When you pack your storage unit, create a center aisle for access to all items.

Use Paper for Breakables

Use lots of paper to pack dishes and glassware. Place a layer of packing paper inside the bottom and top of cartons. Wrap each dish and glass separately and cushion them with crumpled paper. Plates are best stacked on edge. Pad mirrors and paintings with paper. Place them in special mirror packs or large boxes; mark boxes.

Don’t Put Boxes on the Floor

Do not place boxes directly on concrete floors! Use pallets or skids to prevent moisture absorption.

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