What Size Do You Need
The storage unit size that is right for you depends heavily on what you need to store and how much you need to store. Those looking to store a few items to clean out their closets and those looking to store an entire household of goods need two completely different size units.
Use the guide below and the illustrated guide to the right as rough estimates to help you find the size you need. If you are in doubt as to the size you need, we offer tours of our facility to give you a better grasp on the scale of our units. If you have any questions on what may or may not fit, feel free to give our main office in Cortland a call at (330) 638-1504.
(450-500 cu. ft.) Walk-in Closet Small amounts of furniture, sofas, chairs, chest of drawers, box spring and mattress, business supplies and records. Plus other small items and boxes.
(675-750 cu. ft.) Large Closet Small amounts of furniture, sofas, chairs, chest of drawers, box spring and mattress, business supplies and records. Plus other small items and boxes.
(900-1000 cu. ft.) Half of a one-car garage: One-bedroom apartment with major appliances, other furniture and supplies.
(1350-1500 cu. ft.) Standard one car garage: a two-bedroom apartment or house, including appliances, boxes and miscellaneous items and commercial storage inventory. -or- This unit will fit a compact car as well.
(1800-2000 cu. ft.) Standard one-car garage plus extra storage room: A three-bedroom house with major appliances, plus lots of boxes -or- Business storage files and inventory ideal for storage racks. -or- A full size car.
(2700-3000 cu. ft.) A four-to five-bedroom house with major appliances and room for boxes. -or- Excellent for business storage of files, equipment and permanent records. -or- Most Boats.
(2900-3400 c.u. ft.) A five-six bedroom home with major appliances and boxes. -or- Excellent for all your toys boats, cars, four wheelers and more.
(up to 6000 c.u. ft.) All the space you need for ALL your stuff.