Mini Storage

Storage Unit Sizes & Features

8×10 Storage Unit

Our 8×10 Storage Unit, approximately 80 square feet. The 8×10 space allows for all kinds of storage options. Pack away a lot of your household items and personal belongings, large furniture, moving boxes, etc.

8 x 12 Storage Unit

Our 8x12 storage unit sizes are great for storing the contents of a 1 bedroom apartment. Ideal for furniture including a couch, chair and small dinning set, sporting equipment, bicycles, business merchandise, seasonal items, and sporting equipment.

8x16 Storage Unit

Versatile size, perfect for medium-sized equipment and storage. Perfect for a 1,200 sq. ft. space* or smaller. Great for moves requiring temporary storage. A popular choice for moving a home with 3 to 4 rooms. Comparable to a 10'x15' storage unit or a 20' rental truck

10 x 24 Storage Unit

Our 10x24 storage unit sizes are ideal for a small car with some extra room to spare or a 3 to 4 bedroom set. Fill remaining space with sports equipment, small furniture set, boxes, or other small to medium personal items.

10x32 Storage Unit

10x32 unit typically holds the contents of a three-bedroom home (6-8 rooms) and appliances. Or, up to 588 file size boxes. 320 sq/ft. Indoor boat storage.

12 x 12 Storage Unit

Our 12x12 storage unit sizes are perfect for holding the contents of a 3 bedroom space. Great for storing large screen t.v.'s, bikes and other sporting equipment, large furniture, full dinning room set, or even music equipment like a C-3 piano, drum set, or all the equipment needed for a several-month long tour.

12x22 Storage Unit

A 12x22 storage space holds furnishings for an average of 264 sq. ft. residence. Provides additional space to accommodate shelves behind a large vehicle or boat while maintaining space to maneuvering around your items.

12x24 Storage Unit

12x24 storage units are 12 feet wide and 24 feet long, equaling a total of 288 square feet of storage space. A 12x24 storage unit is great for storing contents of a multi-bedroom home, about up to five rooms of space. Larger items like living room furniture, patio furniture, full-sized appliances and more fit inside these units. 12x24 storage units also work well for storing large quantities of boxes or outdoor equipment.

12x36 RV Bays

12 x 36 Storage Unit is approximately 432 SQ FT of storage space for storing a variety of things. For example: a car, boat, trailer, RV, household items, business inventory or a combination of these.

12 x 40 RV Bays

These units can be used to store almost all automobiles. Approximately 4,320 cubic feet of space.

16 x 22 Storage Unit

We have 16x22 units

Storage Tips!

  • Gather Materials
    Start by gathering as many boxes as you think you will need as well as tape, markers, and packing material (e.g., foam shipping noodles, bubble wrap, packing paper or towels).

  • Uniform Sizes
    If possible, try to use uniformly sized boxes for easy stacking.

  • Inventory
    Make up an inventory list of your items and keep it in a safe place (at home or in a safe deposit box) away from the unit.

  • Prepare
    Prepare your space by placing a protective cover on the floor under your goods.

  • Keep Dry
    Place your storage items on 2×4 boards or on pallets to guard against dampness. Any concrete floor may become cold and damp.

  • Access
    Plan your storage space. Place items that you may need to access often in the front of the unit.

    Do not store anything COMBUSTIBLE (e.g., paint thinner, gasoline, solvents, or paint).

  • Easier Access
    Try to leave an aisle down the center of the storage unit for easier access. Leave a small space between the walls and boxes to allow for air circulation.

  • Stack
    Stack heavier boxes on the bottom and lighter boxes on top.

  • Strong Boxes
    Be sure your boxes are strong enough to hold 25-30 pounds (although we suggest not putting too much in each box).

  • List Contents
    List contents of boxes on all four sides; number the boxes and seal with tape.

  • Wrap It Up
    Dishes and glasses should be wrapped in paper and packed in sturdy boxes. Stack them on top.

  • Fragile
    Fragile pictures and mirrors should be wrapped in cardboard, marked “FRAGILE” and stacked on end.

  • Extra Space
    Furniture with drawers can be utilized as storage places for pictures, knick-knacks, china, silverware, small items, etc. Wrap them in tablecloths, towels, or blankets to prevent breakage.

  • Appliances
    Larger appliances make excellent “packaging cases” for blankets, towels, tablecloths and clothes.

  • Electronics
    Put TVs and other electronics in the rear of your unit.

  • Stored Together
    Shovels, hoes, rakes, and hoses can be stored together in empty trash cans. Stack extra cans inside each other.

  • Removable Legs
    Tables that have removable legs should be broken down to save space.

  • Sofas and Loveseats
    Sofas and loveseats can be stored on end to save floor space.

  • Sharp or Heavy Objects
    Avoid placing sharp or heavy objects on top of upholstered furniture.

  • Stuffed Furniture
    Cover stuffed furniture with cardboard or blankets to protect against dust. If fabric furniture, please see mattress suggestions below for helping with dampness.


  • If you stand mattresses on their sides, prop them up so they stand straight. Otherwise, they tend to bend out of shape and become lumpy.

How to Store a Mattress

  • DO: Thoroughly clean both sides of the mattress Before storing your mattress, it is important to thoroughly clean it off. First, sprinkle baking soda on your mattress to absorb odors and let it sit for a day. After the day is up, vacuum up any leftover baking soda. If you have stains on your mattress, use an upholstery cleaner to clean them. After using a liquid on your mattress, it is important to give your mattress ample time to dry before continuing to the next step.

  • DON’T: Wrap the mattress in plastic A mattress needs to be covered while in storage. This will not only prevent dust from settling on it while in the storage unit, it will also help to protect your mattress during the move. But it is important to never use plastic when storing your mattress. Instead, utilize a mattress storage cover. A mattress storage cover will allow the mattress to breath and prevent moisture from getting trapped inside.

  • DO: Move your mattress in a covered vehicle During your move, moisture is the enemy. When moving your mattress from one location to the next, be sure to use a covered vehicle. This will help to keep your mattress clean and dry.

  • DON’T: Store your mattress on its side When storing a mattress, it is important to store it flat. While storing the mattress on its side may help to take up less space, overtime the springs inside of the mattress can sink and permanently damage your mattress.

  • DON’T: Stack items on top of the mattress It is important to never stack items on top of your mattress. Over time, the weight of items stacked on top of your mattress can permanently damage the springs and coils inside of the mattress.

  • DO: Follow the same tips for storing a box spring Are you storing a box spring too? No worries! When storing a box spring, follow all of the same tips for storing a mattress. Following these simple tips will help to keep your box springs and mattress in the best shape possible.