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Small storage units

Small units have sizes such as 4'x5' or 5'x5' and look like closets, with room for sports gear and boxes of toys or seasonal decorations. The larger 5'x10' size resembles a walk-in closet and could hold items such as filing cabinets, small pieces of furniture or bicycles.

Small Storage Units

Medium storage units

Medium units, such as the 10'x10' and 10'x15' sizes, have the dimensions of utility rooms or average-sized bedrooms, with space for both the furniture and appliances from a small apartment or office. They could also hold motorbikes and a wide range of tools.

Medium Storage Units

Large storage units

Large 10'x20' or 10'x30' units are as spacious as good-sized living rooms and can accommodate the contents of most homes, while 10'x40' units are rented for the largest houses. Businesses also use them to store products, materials and equipment.

Large Storage Units

Vehicle and RV storage

The garage-sized 10'x20' units can hold a family car and much more besides, while a 15'x20' might accommodate a couple of vehicles. For RVs, a ceiling higher than the regular 8' is usually required, and specialist 15'x30' and 10'x40' units often have this.

Vehicle and RV Storage

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