How do you know which storage unit you need?

There are so many different kinds of units, how do you know which storage unit you need? The experts at 422 Storage in Palmyra, PA can walk you through each size until we find the perfect one. Our size chart can lead you in the right direction.


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5×5: Small Closet

Do you need room for the business’s promotional items or the holiday decor? This storage space is ideal for all your home and business needs. Gardening tools and seasonal equipment fit nicely inside our smallest unit. If you are looking for a secure space to keep the outdoor sports equipment like sleds and shovels, our 5×5 storage unit is the unit for you.


10x10: 1 – 2 Rooms 

This larger unit is nice for storing more than one room of your house. When it’s time to paint or remodel the bedroom into a master suite, a 10×10 has more than enough space. With plenty of space for the whole family room and a few medium boxes, your belongings will be kept out of harms way while you renovate.


 10×20: Store the WHOLE House

Are you moving into a new home or waiting for the perfect one to come on the market? Keep your whole house in a 10×20 unit or larger. Our secure storage is ideal for the washer, dryer, and every one of your boxes. These large storage units will keep the stress away while you search for your next home.


 Temperature Controlled: For those Priceless Items

Our temperature controlled units are optimal for keeping those priceless objects out of the changing temps. When the winter cold strikes and the summer heat blasts, the outside degrees won’t affect your most valuable items.


Stop by for your guided tour today! Our storage experts can show you the right size storage unit for any situation.

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Katie Mest

About the Author: Katie Mest is a Content Marketing Specialist at Storage Asset Management in York, PA. She specializes in writing about the self storage industry, including storage tips and helpful resources. Outside of work, Katie enjoys spending time exploring the outdoors and snuggling in with a crochet project and her cat, Billie.