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Dresser, small mattress set, and several boxes
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*An example of what can be fitted in a 25ft² unit
Queen-sized mattress set, dresser, TV, and several boxes (could fit a smaller chez lounge or other small furniture)
*An example of what can be fitted in a 5 x 10
Typically you can store two full bedrooms (mattress sets, night stands, dressers, wardrobes etc.) and the contents from a family room (settee, coffee table, chairs, bookshelves, etc.)
*An example of what can be fitted in a 10 x 10
Three full bedrooms, plus larger furniture (sofas, chairs, tables, appliances, etc.)
*An example of what can be fitted in a 10 x 15
Entire multiple-bedroom house, including large furniture (sofas, chairs, tables, appliances, etc.) and multiple storage boxes
*An example of what can be fitted in a 10 x 20
With careful packing you can pack the contents from an Entire multiple-bedroom house, including large furniture (sofas, chairs, tables, appliances, etc.) and all the home accessories that you have carefully boxed.
Before you look at the self storage unit size options available to you, make an inventory ( detailed list) of everything you want to put into storage. The best approach is to get out the tape measure for some of your larger items to determine the smallest space they can fit into and then read the self storage size guide.
Important – The bigger the storage unit the higher the storage cost. Once you have identified what you’re going to store, you can use the size guide to establish what self storage unit size will be best.
Please Note – The above diagrams are for illustrative purposes only. What you can fit in your storage units is dependent upon the shapes and sizes of the items to be stored,. How well you pack the unit and whether you need to leave space within the unit to find and extract items easily whilst they are in storage.
Choosing the correct sized self storage unit is important to ensure that you are not paying for more space than you need and to avoid any potential damage to your belongings from overcrowding. Here is a guide to help you choose the right size self storage unit:
It’s always better to choose a slightly larger unit than a smaller one to avoid any problems with overcrowding or damage to your belongings. By following these tips, you can ensure that you choose the right sized self storage unit for your needs.