5' x 5' (25 sq. ft.)
Storage for a small mattress set, small appliances, and stackable boxes
5' x 10' (50 sq. ft.)
Storage for a studio or a small one bedroom apartment. Perfect for storing bicycles, seasonal items, and large furniture items
10' x 10' (100 sq. ft.)
Storage for a one bedroom apartment. Perfect for storing large appliances, furniture items, and patio furniture
10' x 15' (150 sq. ft.)
Storage for a two bedrooom apartment or house. Perfect for storing marine equipment
10' x 20' (200 sq. ft.)
Storage for a three bedroom apartment or house
10’ x 25’ (250 sq. ft.)
Storage for a three bedroom apartment or house with extras
10' x 30' (300 sq. ft.)
Storage for a large multi-bedroom house. Storage unit will hold the contents of a 40 foot moving truck
* Please note that the above are guidelines for estimation purposes only. Your storage needs may vary according to the actual items to be stored. This list is only a representation of the storage unit sizes offered by Edgewood Self-Storage. We recommend you visit our facility to determine which of our units will best serve your storage needs.
- Store items you'll need most often at the front of the unit.
- When you pack your storage unit, create a center aisle for access to all items.
- If you're storing tables and other furniture, remove legs and store tabletops and sofas on end, to save space.
- Pack books flat, not standing on end (which may cause damage to the spines). Books are extremely heavy, so don't pack too many in one box.
- Old photographs tend to curl over time. To keep them flat, place them between two pieces of cardboard and tape them together.
- Never over-pack boxes. Overfilled boxes may rupture and topple when stacked.
- Clean and dry appliances. Keep refrigerator doors slightly ajar and use the space inside these items for additional storage.
- Use furniture drawers for small and delicate items. Bubble wrap and packing paper are excellent for these purposes.
- When packing toys or smaller objects, remember to fill boxes completely, stuffing open areas with plain newspaper to prevent collapsing when stacked.
- Common sense and state laws determine what may be stored. You alone control access to your storage space. Live animals, perishables, liquids, explosives, flammable liquids and fuels, toxic materials, or other items that need a controlled environment are NOT permitted.
- Always use high quality locks on your unit. Locks are available for sale-just ask your site manager for a recommendation.
- Use trash cans to store shovels, hoes and rakes.
- Mattresses should be covered and stored flat on level surfaces.
- Use protective covers and treat wood surfaces before storing.