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Choosing The Best Storage Unit Size

Renting a storage unit can be an excellent solution when it comes to figuring out what to do with your extra belongings. Perhaps you are between homes and need a temporary space to store your household items. Maybe you have to move abroad for work and need a storage unit to house your belongings while you’re away. Regardless of why you need a storage unit, the process of choosing one that is the right size shouldn’t be difficult.

Best Storage Unit

The question remains, how do you know what the best size of storage unit is right for you? You want to be sure that everything can fit easily in the storage unit size. You wouldn’t want to have to cram all of your belongings in a space that is too small or not have enough room for all that needs to be stored. On the other hand, you don’t want to overpay for a unit that has too much excess space. The following are some helpful tips for choosing the best storage unit size:

  1. Know what will be going into storage

    Take inventory of the items that are going into storage. Make a list of their measurements. This way, you can cross reference the different sized units with the size of your belongings.

  2. Visit your potential storage unit

    Actually going to the site of your potential Migson storage unit can give you a better idea of what can and can’t fit. It can give you a realistic idea of the type of space that you will need.

  3. Think about time

    How long will you need to keep your things in storage? If it is for a longer period of time, perhaps you will need a larger unit as you may accumulate more items to store in the future. If you plan on storing your items only temporarily, plan for acquiring a space that only fits the items you currently have to store.

  4. Consider vertical space

    The position that you store your items in can help to save room or fit more in a smaller area. Some items can be turned on their side to utilize vertical space. Keep in mind that bringing shelving to your unit can be helpful in using vertical space.

  5. Consult the property management/employees

    The staff at a storage unit facility can be a valuable resource. They can help guide you to the right sized unit as they have plenty of experience and expertise.

Remember that choosing a storage unit that is the best size for you shouldn’t be a difficult process. If you follow the above tips and seek advice from the knowledgeable staff, you are sure to find the appropriate space to suit your needs.

Posted on December 2, 2016 | Uncategorized

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