Below is a space guide to some of our standard storage unit sizes. Choosing the best size unit to fit your needs will save you money. Sometimes the best way to determine the size that you will need is visual, feel free to stop by our office we’d be more than happy to show you some different units and help you make your decision.
5′ x 5′
The size of a large closet, perfect for storing extra items, clothing, books, seasonal items, bicycles, skis, record/file storage, business merchandise, boxes.
5′ x 10′
Can store a small apartment. 5 x 10′ units are suitable for storing a motor cycle. Will hold several pieces of furniture or appliances. Perfect for mattress and box springs, seasonal items, clothing, books, bicycles, sporting equipment, record/file storage, business merchandise, boxes.
10′ x 10′
Can store a 2 bedroom home. Perfect for king-size mattress, major appliances, furniture, clothing, boxes, sporting goods, or business merchandise.
10′ x 15′
Can store a 2-3 bedroom home. Perfect for king-size mattress, major appliances, furniture, clothing, boxes, sporting goods, or business merchandise.
10′ x 20′ (Single Car Garage)
Can store a 3-4 bedroom home. Perfect for king-size mattress, major appliances, furniture, clothing, boxes, sporting goods, or business merchandise.
15′ x 20′
Can store a 4 bedroom home or larger. Suitable for a car or boat with room to store additional items. Perfect for king-size mattress, major appliances, furniture, clothing, boxes, sporting goods, and business merchandise.
20′ x 20′ (Two Car Garage)
Can store a 4 bedroom home or larger. Can store 2 cars with room to store additional items. Perfect for king-size mattress, major appliances, furniture, clothing, boxes, sporting goods, and business merchandise.
Tips and Hints
Plan your storage space. Place those items you may need to get to more often in the front.
Rent a heated unit that won’t be affected by humidity or temperature extremes.
Never store food products, seed or anything that may attract rodents.
Leave a center aisle for easy access.
Use free standing shelving to organize and utilize the height of your unit.
Fragile items, dishes and glasses should be wrapped individually in newspaper, dishcloths or bubble wrap and packed in sturdy boxes with cushioned tops and bottoms.
Furniture with drawers can be utilized as storage places for knick-knacks, china, silverware, and other small items. Wrap them in your tablecloths or towels.
Use uniformly sized boxes for easy stacking. Be sure the boxes are strong enough to hold the weight of the items being packed. Itemize the contents of boxes on all sides and seal them with packaging tape.
Take the legs off of tables and store them on the side to save space.
Sofas and loveseats can be stored on end to save floor space. Always place a protective cover under the end that rests on the floor. Cushions should be wrapped in plastic and placed on top.
Cover soft furnishings with furniture covers, plastic or old bedding to protect against dust.
Mattresses should be propped up so they stand straight to prevent them from bending out of shape, and should be covered to protect them against dust.
Use the space inside appliances for storage, too. Remember to keep the refrigerator door open slightly and place an open box of baking soda inside to keep it fresh smelling.
Pictures and mirrors should be wrapped in cardboard or padding, marked “FRAGILE” and stacked on end.
Drain gas and other flammable liquids from power equipment.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What size unit do I need? A: Look at our chart on this page.
Q: How does your billing cycle work? A: When you move in your first month’s rent is prorated so that subsequent payments will be due on the 1st of the month. A statement will be mailed or emailed to you around the 15th of the month, as a reminder for the upcoming month.
Q: What forms of payment do you accept? A: We accept cash, check and money orders, Paypal, MasterCard and Visa.
Q: How can I pay my bill? A: Along with mailing a check or dropping by the office there are several other ways to make your payments. You can set up an automatic credit card payment plan at the office. You can pay by phone, or online using your credit card. Your bank probably offers online bill pay, and for after hour payments there is a drop box for checks located at the office door.
Q: Will I receive a refund? A: We require a 14 day written move out notification. So long as the terms of your lease have been met, any FULL prepaid months rent will be refunded by check.
Q: Will my rate increase? A: We try our hardest to limit the frequency of increases. You are guaranteed a fixed rate for the first six months of your lease.
Q: Are my belongings insured? A: As stated in the lease agreement we do not carry insurance on your stored belongings. Information brochures for storage insurance are available in the office. Check with your insurance provider, you may be covered if you have home owners insurance or renter insurance.
Q: What do I need to do to vacate the unit? A: A written notification 14 days before the end of the month is required. Remove your lock from the unit and empty it completely.
Q: What do I do if I’ve lost my keys? A: Contact the office. Your lock will need to be cut off by our staff. There is a $20 fee for this service. DO NOT try to cut the lock yourself, if someone sees you cutting a lock they will call the police.
Q: Where can I rent a moving truck? A: U-haul is just 5 minutes away, located at 2804 Kitsap Way, Bremerton WA 98312. (360) 479-5710.