Choose the Right Unit

Choose Right Size Unit

Realizing that renting a storage unit can be a daunting task, we offer you the following descriptions of what our multiple-sized units can hold. Hopefully, these storage unit tips will help you visualize the best unit for your immediate needs.


This unit is perfect for the student. It can hold the contents of a couch and a chair, dresser, mattress set, plus small items and boxes. Bicycles and motorcycles also fit well in this unit, as well as business records.


This unit can hold furniture from a one-bedroom apartment without appliances. So for those of you who are in transition or need to stock work samples or seasonal items, renting a storage unit this size will be your best option.


This unit tip for empty nesters: If your child has left for college or relocated temporarily for a job, this unit will work for you. This unit will hold furniture and appliances from a one bedroom apartment and large boxes. It’s also great for recreational equipment and office supplies.


This unit is the most versatile. It can comfortably hold the contents from a two-bedroom home with appliances and miscellaneous items—or an automobile. From a size perspective, it’s similar to a one-car garage.


Usability is key when renting a storage unit. This size offers great use. For instance, you can store the contents of a three-bedroom home, plus appliances and other garage items. It can also house a classic car or large furniture items, with room left-over. It’s also perfect for recreational items like a kayak, canoe and snow-mobiles still on their trailer.


Have room to spare and locate everything easily. This unit gives a small business owner all the convenience they need to store equipment, inventory, records—plus a work van or truck.