Choosing Storage Unit Size

Put the items you plan to store together and visualize the storage size you may need to store them. You can use a measuring tape to arrive at the dimensions of the storage units you may need. Choose and experiment from the available size of storage units to see which of them stores your items in an efficient manner.

The duration for which you plan to store the items is of prime importance. For short durations, you can take the chance of packing items closely in a compact way. For longer or indefinite durations, factors such as ventilation and accessibility play an important role in storage containers.

Extra space needs to be taken into consideration to provide ample ventilation. For accessibility, you need to place the items inside the storage units such that there is enough space to locate and access the items which you will be using on a regular basis.

10’X10’ Unit: A one bed room apartment appliances, furniture, boxes and supplies can be placed in this storage unit.

10’X15’ Unit: A two bed room apartment appliances, furniture, boxes and supplies can be easily placed in this storage unit.

10’X20’ Unit: A three bed room apartment appliances, furniture, boxes and supplies can be placed in these storage units. They are also ideal as commercial inventory or storage racks.

10’X30’ Unit: A four or five bed room apartment appliances, boxed supplies and furniture can be placed in these storage units. They are also well suited for equipment storage or as a commercial inventory.