How-To Choose a Unit
Citywide offers an array of storage units, varying in size and features. We have the right space for storing whatever you need – from a small dorm room for a summer to a large office during a remodel. With so many sizes and features, it can be difficult to know what storage unit is right for you. Don’t worry, we’re here to help. Below, we will help you find the right sized unit, then, help you determine what type of storage unit you need.
Visit Our One of a Kind Fitting Room
It can be hard to estimate how much room you may need to store your belongings. Our fitting room allows you to stand in a variety of different storage unit sizes all at once, so you can see the difference between them all in person. One of our storage experts will also be on hand to help you make the best decision for your situation.
The fitting room is located at our rental office, 440 N. Ohio, and is open seven days a week.
Finding the Right Kind of Storage in 3 Easy Steps
1. List the Items You Wish to Store
The first thing you need to do is to list out all of the items you want to store. Don’t forget to include items you plan on storing in the future
2. Ask Yourself the Right Questions
- Are there any sensitive electronics, musical instruments, or other similar items, that can be harmed by extreme temperature fluctuations?
- Are there important documents, tax information, that I need to keep safe for years?
- Are there any pieces that I care deeply about keeping clean and free from dust?
3. Choose Your Unit
If you answered “Yes” to any of the questions above, you should consider an interior orclimate controlled storage unit.
An interior storage unit is contained inside of a secure building that reflects the sun’s rays. Interior unitswill help reduce dust and will regulate the temperature of the unit better than an outdoor storage unit.
A climate controlled storage facility goes a step further. It will keep your belongings at a consistent temperature all year round. It provides heat in the winter and A/C in the summer.
If you answered “No” to all of the questions above, you can use a cost effective standard storage unit for your belongings without concern.