- Drive-Up Access
- Onsite Manager
- RV Parking
- Security Camera
Why pick a self storage unit at AAA Self Storage - 5075 Highway 221 in Roebuck?
Maybe you want to declutter your home and need a place to safely store your less-frequently-used belongings, or maybe you want to keep your furniture out of harm's way during home renovations. Renting a self storage unit at AAA Self Storage - 5075 Highway 221 in Roebuck will solve your storage problems while keeping your items in the best condition possible!
Whether you're moving to the area, remodeling, or simply don't have enough space at home for all of your things, AAA Self Storage - 5075 Highway 221 provides you with the extra storage space you need. Get in touch with the AAA Self Storage - 5075 Highway 221 storage facility for more details.
Nearby Storage Units
Want to see how Roebuck, SC, compares to other places? There are plenty of great options nearby. Spartanburg, SC, 6 miles away, has 7 self storage facilities with rents starting from $27/month. Or you could drive to Arcadia, SC, just 7 miles distant to find other options, where the cheapest units in 1 facility there can be rented for $38/month. In Duncan, SC, just 11 miles away, there are 2 facilities available. Further out, Boiling Springs, SC (12 miles away) and Inman, SC (14 miles away) have 6 and 1 facilities.
Still looking for the ideal storage unit? For more great self storage options you wouldn't have to cross the state border: units can be leased in Columbia, SC and Summerville, SC, starting from $13 and $8, respectively. Even more storage is available and with low starting rents, in Charleston, SC ($19), Rock Hill, SC ($42) and Lexington, SC ($30).
Frequently Asked Questions
What amenities does AAA Self Storage offer?
There is a wide array of amenities available for the storage units that AAA Self Storage has to offer. These amenities include Drive-Up Access, Gate, Onsite Manager, Parking, RV Parking and Security Camera. Most of these amenities can prove to be very useful depending on what you need to store. For example, climate-controlled units can come in handy for keeping sensitive items, drive-up access can make your loading and unloading process easier, and extra security measures will ensure your items are kept safe at all times.
What kind of unit should I get?
The unit size that you should choose obviously depends on how much stuff you need to store. On the one hand, you should think of smaller units (5'x5' or 5'x10') as closets – they can be used to store chairs, lamps, moving boxes and sports equipment, along with smaller pieces of furniture, books and documents.
On the other hand, the 10'x10' and 10'x15' spaces are good for storing larger items of furniture, bicycles and a larger number of possessions. If you need even more space, then 10'x20' and 10'x30' units can easily accommodate the contents of an entire 3- or 4-bedroom house.
Is drive-up access important?
We know that when it comes to self storage, there is nothing more important than quickness and accessibility. Drive-up access is an extremely convenient amenity, as you can park your vehicle right next to your unit, making it significantly easier to load and unload the items you will use storage for. However, drive-up storage units tend to be outdoors, so you might consider indoor storage spaces with climate control if you're looking to keep temperature-sensitive items in peak condition.
What is climate control? Do I need it?
Yes, you might, depending on what you need to put in storage. Climate-controlled spaces keep temperatures and humidity levels consistent all the time, which means they are perfect for storing sensitive items. Seeing that a whole host of things can be damaged by varying temperatures and excessive moisture, many people choose to rent climate-controlled units for personal items such as documents, photographs, paintings, collectibles, electronics, wooden furniture, antiques and even vehicles. If you're looking to store such items that are valuable to you, consider renting a climate-controlled unit!