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Residential Storage

Everyone could use some extra storage and renting a self-storage unit is a great way to free up your home from clutter.

Often people will throw things into a garage or spare bedroom and eventually these rooms become overrun with stuff. Renting out a self-storage unit can help you reclaim these spaces in your house.

Self-storage is also a valuable tool for when you are looking to sell your home. Any real estate agent will tell you that home staging will get your home sold faster and for a higher price. When staging your home, you need a place to store your excess furniture and personal items, which is where a secure self-storage facility like Storwell comes into play.

Self-storage is also useful when you are moving to a new home. It can be daunting moving all your items into your new place all at once, often leaving you with limited time and space to consider organization and where everything will go. By storing some items in a storage unit beforehand, it will remove some pressure on the move in day and allow you to move stuff into your new home a little bit at a time.

Many people decide to keep their storage unit even after the move because they like the extra storage space, with Storwell’s flexible lease agreement, you can keep your unit for as long as you want.

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Residential Storage Options:

3x8 - Size of a closet

This our smallest available unit. This size is best for people who are looking to declutter their homes. If you have old Christmas decorations or boxes with old files taking up space in your garage, this is the unit you should go for. This size can also comfortably fit a lawn mower and some gardening equipment if you are looking to clear out your shed.

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5x10 - Size of a bus stop shelter

While the 3×8 is best for minor clutter storage, with the 5×10 you can store more substantial pieces, like furniture. You can fit a bed frame, a couch, and a washing machine in this unit with room to spare. With a 5-foot opening, you have better access to your stuff. You can store bicycles or motorcycles in this unit with no problem.

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5x15 - Size of a Large Walk-in Closet

This unit can fit the contents of a small apartment or loft including bookshelves, bedside tables, coffee tables, and several large appliances. This would also be a good option for businesses looking for file storage. One thing to consider with this unit is that it is much longer than it is wide. This might make it difficult to access items towards the back of the unit, so keep this in mind when moving in and organizing your belongings.

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10x10 - Size of an Average Bedroom

In this unit size, you can start storing larger cabinets and several electronic appliances like washers, dryers, refrigerators, and large screen TVs. This is the size that might be best for people staging their homes who need a place to keep their old furniture. Because the unit is square, you have a little bit more room to play with when it comes to organization. For most people, this storage unit size will be the right option, as it has the most versatility for the price.

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10x15 - Size of a Large Bedroom or Living Room

This unit is more spacious than the 10×10 and is a good choice if you are looking for long-term storage options. You can easily fit a dining table, a small couch, cabinets, and appliances in this unit. If you are looking to store your items long-term but will need to access them regularly, consider organizing your unit using shelving and leaving space for aisles, so you can move around and find items more easily.

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10x20 - Single Car Garage

This unit can fit a small sedan or hatchback. If you are looking for a dedicated car storage unit, this might be the right choice for you. If you want to store tools and furniture along with your vehicle, you will need to go with a larger size. Keep in mind that if there isn’t enough space to open the doors to your vehicle, you’ll need to tow it into the unit.

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10x25 - Large One Car Garage

This unit can store any car or truck comfortably with room left over to store extra tools, equipment, or even a second set of tires. If you are moving from a larger house and want to alleviate some of the pressure on moving day, this is a perfect option. This unit can fit several large pieces of furniture, a large TV, appliances, and multiple bedframes.

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10x25 - illustration

3x8 - Size of a closet

This our smallest available unit. This size is best for people who are looking to declutter their homes. If you have old Christmas decorations or boxes with old files taking up space in your garage, this is the unit you should go for. This size can also comfortably fit a lawn mower and some gardening equipment if you are looking to clear out your shed.

Illustration
Video
Photos
3x8 - illustration

5x10 - Size of a bus stop shelter

While the 3×8 is best for minor clutter storage, with the 5×10 you can store more substantial pieces, like furniture. You can fit a bed frame, a couch, and a washing machine in this unit with room to spare. With a 5-foot opening, you have better access to your stuff. You can store bicycles or motorcycles in this unit with no problem.

Illustration
Video
Photos
5x10 - illustration

5x15 - Size of a Large Walk-in Closet

This unit can fit the contents of a small apartment or loft including bookshelves, bedside tables, coffee tables, and several large appliances. This would also be a good option for businesses looking for file storage. One thing to consider with this unit is that it is much longer than it is wide. This might make it difficult to access items towards the back of the unit, so keep this in mind when moving in and organizing your belongings.

Illustration
Video
5x15 - illustration

10x10 - Size of an Average Bedroom

In this unit size, you can start storing larger cabinets and several electronic appliances like washers, dryers, refrigerators, and large screen TVs. This is the size that might be best for people staging their homes who need a place to keep their old furniture. Because the unit is square, you have a little bit more room to play with when it comes to organization. For most people, this storage unit size will be the right option, as it has the most versatility for the price.

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10x10 - illustration

10x15 - Size of a Large Bedroom or Living Room

This unit is more spacious than the 10×10 and is a good choice if you are looking for long-term storage options. You can easily fit a dining table, a small couch, cabinets, and appliances in this unit. If you are looking to store your items long-term but will need to access them regularly, consider organizing your unit using shelving and leaving space for aisles, so you can move around and find items more easily.

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10x15 - illustration

10x20 - Single Car Garage

This unit can fit a small sedan or hatchback. If you are looking for a dedicated car storage unit, this might be the right choice for you. If you want to store tools and furniture along with your vehicle, you will need to go with a larger size. Keep in mind that if there isn’t enough space to open the doors to your vehicle, you’ll need to tow it into the unit.

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10x20 - illustration

10x25 - Large One Car Garage

This unit can store any car or truck comfortably with room left over to store extra tools, equipment, or even a second set of tires. If you are moving from a larger house and want to alleviate some of the pressure on moving day, this is a perfect option. This unit can fit several large pieces of furniture, a large TV, appliances, and multiple bedframes.

Illustration
Video
10x25 - illustration

3x8 - Size of a closet

This our smallest available unit. This size is best for people who are looking to declutter their homes. If you have old Christmas decorations or boxes with old files taking up space in your garage, this is the unit you should go for. This size can also comfortably fit a lawn mower and some gardening equipment if you are looking to clear out your shed.

Illustration
Video
Photos
3x8 - illustration

5x10 - Size of a bus stop shelter

While the 3×8 is best for minor clutter storage, with the 5×10 you can store more substantial pieces, like furniture. You can fit a bed frame, a couch, and a washing machine in this unit with room to spare. With a 5-foot opening, you have better access to your stuff. You can store bicycles or motorcycles in this unit with no problem.

Illustration
Video
Photos
5x10 - illustration

5x15 - Size of a Large Walk-in Closet

This unit can fit the contents of a small apartment or loft including bookshelves, bedside tables, coffee tables, and several large appliances. This would also be a good option for businesses looking for file storage. One thing to consider with this unit is that it is much longer than it is wide. This might make it difficult to access items towards the back of the unit, so keep this in mind when moving in and organizing your belongings.

Illustration
Video
5x15 - illustration

10x10 - Size of an Average Bedroom

In this unit size, you can start storing larger cabinets and several electronic appliances like washers, dryers, refrigerators, and large screen TVs. This is the size that might be best for people staging their homes who need a place to keep their old furniture. Because the unit is square, you have a little bit more room to play with when it comes to organization. For most people, this storage unit size will be the right option, as it has the most versatility for the price.

Illustration
Video
10x10 - illustration

10x15 - Size of a Large Bedroom or Living Room

This unit is more spacious than the 10×10 and is a good choice if you are looking for long-term storage options. You can easily fit a dining table, a small couch, cabinets, and appliances in this unit. If you are looking to store your items long-term but will need to access them regularly, consider organizing your unit using shelving and leaving space for aisles, so you can move around and find items more easily.

Illustration
Video
10x15 - illustration

10x20 - Single Car Garage

This unit can fit a small sedan or hatchback. If you are looking for a dedicated car storage unit, this might be the right choice for you. If you want to store tools and furniture along with your vehicle, you will need to go with a larger size. Keep in mind that if there isn’t enough space to open the doors to your vehicle, you’ll need to tow it into the unit.

Illustration
Video
10x20 - illustration

10x25 - Large One Car Garage

This unit can store any car or truck comfortably with room left over to store extra tools, equipment, or even a second set of tires. If you are moving from a larger house and want to alleviate some of the pressure on moving day, this is a perfect option. This unit can fit several large pieces of furniture, a large TV, appliances, and multiple bedframes.

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10x25 - illustration

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