You never seem to have enough storage, and you don’t think about it until you need it. By then, you’re out of space and you’re out of time. When you’re faced with an unanticipated event and your space is limited, it suddenly becomes crucial. Calm down and call us.  We’re here to help, and we’ll guide you through the craziness. Life happens and, when it does, you need more space.

Here is a small sample of the life-changing events that prompt the need for self-storage.


Blessed Event

A new baby is a joyful event, but it’s always surprising that such a tiny human can require so much stuff that takes up so much space.  Maybe you have the perfect space for a nursery, but it’s become storage for the overflow from the rest of your home.  It’s time to look at a safe, secure self-storage unit for that overflow. Let us help you find the perfect storage solution so that your baby can have that perfect nursery!



Weddings are delightful, memorable events. Trying to combine the belongings of two people may be memorable but not always delightful.  Don’t begin your life together with conflict. Store your belongings in one of our safe, secure units while you decide what to keep, what to donate, and what to discard. After you’ve stored your items, you can have a rational discussion about what to use now and what to save for later or donate. 



Don’t make an already frustrating experience worse by turning your living space into a temporary warehouse. Pack up the clutter and move it to a convenient, secure storage facility.  A remodeling project can be disruptive, but if you have order instead of chaos in your home, you and your construction crew will be able to handle the project far more efficiently. A calm environment may result in an early completion of the project.



Moving your children to and from college year after year can morph into a huge task. The furniture, décor, books, and junk that you moved into the dorm at the beginning of the semester seem to have multiplied. Do you really want to store this gear in your garage for the summer and then haul it back again when the semester begins? Make it easy on yourself and store locally in one of our safe, secure facilities. A month-to-month lease means you never have to be concerned about a long-term commitment. 



Selling your home is rarely easy. You not only have time constraints and emotional issues, but you’re at the mercy of the real estate market. In today’s market, potential buyers are searching for a specific trendy look. Many sellers “stage” their homes to make them more appealing to buyers. This means you’re removing pieces that don’t fit that trendy image. Storage is the perfect solution for you. Your treasured belongings will be safe, protected, and secure in one of our climate-controlled units and ready to move into your new home when the transaction is completed. 


Downsizing/Empty Nesters

It’s time to write a new chapter in your life. You don’t need the space that you did with a growing family. You’re moving to a more manageable space where you’ll continue to enjoy life and create even more memories. It’s difficult to decide what to keep and what to discard. You need a secure storage unit to give you time to make some important decisions. You can store your items safely and see where life takes you. The decisions can wait.  



This can be an emotionally overwhelming time in anyone’s life. A challenging divorce can be overwhelming and further complicate dividing marital belongings. Having a place to store your belongings, away from the family home, can alleviate some of the anxiety. Storing your items in a space away from the marital home may give you a more detached perspective. Allow us to help you during this time. Our knowledgeable, experienced staff will be sensitive to your feelings and your situation. 

Sometimes life takes you on a sorrowful journey.


Move to Assisted Living/Nursing Home

For most elderly people, this is a painful transition. Leaving their home is unimaginable; their memories are more vivid than their current lives. They may be confused and disoriented, and trying to deal with their belongings is distressing for them. If you store the items that they can no longer use, you can examine them at your leisure and; if possible, involve your loved ones in decisions as to how they can best be donated or discarded.



It’s not an easy subject, but most people will suffer a loss in their lifetime. Every individual grieves the death of a loved one on their own personal level. It takes time and patience. The emotions involved can make disposing of the deceased’s belongings a distressing task. Trying to arrange for this before you’ve had time to heal can be overwhelming. Having a place to store these items can provide you with needed time before these crucial decisions are necessary.  When you’re ready, give us a call. We want to help.