WHY CHOOSE US

  • LOW, MONTHLY RENTALS

  • NO DEPOSIT

  • U-LOCK, U-KEEP KEY

  • 7-DAY-ACCESS COMPUTERIZED GATES

  • VIDEO SURVEILLANCE

  • PERIMETER FENCE

  • RESIDENT MANAGERS

  • REGULAR & TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED

  • STORAGE SPACES

  • MOVING SUPPLIES

  • BOXES

  • FAX & COPY SERVICES

  • TRUCK RENTALS

  • PARCEL SHIPPING

FAQ's

 

STOR-N-LOK SELF STORAGE is dedicated to providing you with the best in customer service. Below are the answers to many of the most common questions. If your questions are not answered here, please feel free to contact your nearest facility and speak to one of our Self Storage Professionals.  For directions, please click on the location you are interested in and enter your address.

How long do I have to sign up for?
We offer month to month leases, meaning no long term commitment.

When can I get to my belongings?
Our facilities are Open 7 Days a week. Office hours and access hours vary by location. Please click on the location nearest you for Office and Access hours.

How much notice must be given when I move out?
We like to have 30 days’ notice on move out but will work with you.   This enables us to know what units are coming open.  Full details on the vacating policy will be provided for you at the time of Move-In.

How can I make a payment?
Payments can be processed by mail, in person or through our web site. You may also arrange to have the payment automatically deducted from your credit card. Please ask your manager about this feature.

What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept major credit/debit cards, checks, and cash.

What sizes do you have and how much do they cost?
We have a wide variety of unit sizes to meet your needs. Unit sizes and prices vary by location. Please click on the facility nearest you for available sizes and prices.

How do I calculate how much storage space to rent?
Our expert managers can assist you in determining the right size. Just give us a brief description of what will be stored and we’ll help you determine how much space is needed. You may also use the storage calculator:

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