Smaller Capacity Needs
If you’re just cleaning out the garage or freeing up extra space, consider a more modest-sized storage unit. Unless you’re storing two-plus bedrooms worth of larger items, you should be able to get by with a smaller solution:
- A space sized at 5x5’ is often sufficient for small-to-midsize boxes and furnishings, including chairs, cabinets, and bookshelves.
- Choose a space of at least 5x10’ if you have wider items to accommodate, such as desks, loveseats, and so forth.
Larger Storage Sizes
If you’re moving or storing more than a one-bedroom apartment or studio’s worth of belongings, it’s probably best to step up in size:
- Units measuring 10x10’ are usually spacious enough to work with smaller beds, couches, and large appliances including washers and dryers.
- Choose a 10x15’ unit or larger when storing more than two bedrooms. For most, this is suitable for all types of items listed above as well as full-size beds.
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