Our self-storage facilities are designed to offer affordable, easily accessible storage units for residential and commercial customers.
Each location offers something different, but we have units large enough for RVs, campers, boats, and trailers.
We offer contractor units with lights and power, and both Climate Control and Humidity Control and Non-Climate Control Units.
Most of our sites are equipped with Rental and Payment Kiosks for your convenience 24 hours a day.
Our Easy Online Rentals and Reservations allow you to make plans and cross items off your list from the convenience of your own home.
Our facilities offer security features like security cameras and onsite resident managers.
We offer month-to-month rentals to accommodate both your short and long-term needs.
Our family-owned business is aware that positive customer experiences are what will fuel the future of our business, and we are in this for the long haul.
A few examples of reasons to store at The Storage Barn: Business/Commercial needs, a company that does not have a physical location but has inventory, tools, and equipment.
This applies to landscapers, roofers, painters, retail and eCommerce, restaurants and catering, and more.
Our residential customers come to us for dozens of reasons, including selling or staging a home or simply clearing the clutter in their home.
A family member may be moving in or out of college, preparing for the long-overdue home renovation, changes in relationship status, to make room for the car in the garage, you have to move out the lawn furniture and lawnmower, and you can just replace that with your snowblower when you are done within the winter.
The Storage Barn is always happy to be the keeper of your extra stuff.
Whether for home or office, storing furniture is an option if you are moving to a smaller space, selling property, trying to get rid of clutter, or making room for more family or bigger business.
You may need a safe and secure place to put perfectly good and useful appliances that, for whatever reason, you may not be using right now.
Microwaves, ovens, fridges, stoves, washers, and dryers can all be properly stored with good packing practices.
Many businesses are legally required to hold on to archival data but could use the workspace.
Individuals also store important documents in small storage units for space, security, accessibility, or safekeeping.
There are occasions that call for storage of items of extreme value to you, whether an antique heirloom from the last five generations of your family or a piece of exotic art.
Storage, for people in different situations, might present an option of security not currently available to them in their homes or workplaces.
People on the move may need somewhere to put their valuables until they return or settle down.
For collectors, it might just be a more secure and organized alternative than keeping your collections at home.
Boats, motorhomes, travel trailers, RVs, motorcycles, and cars.
You may need to store your car or vehicle if you are going on vacation or other long trips.
Or perhaps you have a car you want to keep but are not currently using or don’t have parking space.
Christmas, Easter, Halloween only come once a year, but many families spend a great deal of money, time, and energy preparing for and enjoying these precious seasons.
When the season is over, self storage is one option to put away all those dear-to-your-heart seasonal items and holiday decorations that you can reuse year after year.
Photographs hold memories dear to your heart.
So are keepsake magazines, like your childhood collections of a wildlife magazine or newspapers relevant to important research you have done.
All these things are perishable and need proper storage.
We offer 5 different facility locations. Choose the self storage facility closest to you to start finding your storage unit.
Choose the type of storage unit you need. If you need help with sizing, check out our Size Guide.
Once you know your location and size needs, find your ideal storage unit on our website.