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With mobile storage you have two main choices: keep the mobile storage container on your property or you can keep it in a climate controlled warehouse or yard. Keeping the mobile storage unit at your home or business will be cheaper than keeping it in a warehouse, and you will have the added benefit of having constant access to your things. The only downside to keeping a mobile storage unit on your property is that it will take up space (the most common size is 8 ft wide by 12 ft long and 8 ft high).
Mobile storage is relatively new and most people have a bunch of questions when they are trying to decide between mobile storage and self storage. Here are some of the most popular questions we get asked about mobile storage containers:
You can find mobile storage units as small as 6 ft and as large as 45 ft. The most common mobile storage units for warehouse storage are 8, 12, and 16 feet long, and the most common sizes for on-site mobile storage containers (shipping containers) are 10, 20, and 40 ft.
The amount you pay will depend on where you live and what size mobile storage unit you need, but you can expect to pay around $115-$195 if you want to keep it in a warehouse (usually only up to 16 ft long units) or $75-$225 for on-site storage (containers can be up to 45 ft). Unit for unit warehouse storage is more expensive, and it will typically cost about $25-$50 more to keep it in a warehouse.
Some companies offer access to your things during certain hours while others do not. It's always a good idea to ask whether or not you will have access, and what the actual access hours are if you are keeping it in a warehouse.
Many companies offer mobile storage containers for sale, but they are pretty expensive (usually around $2,000-$5,000), so they are really only a good option if you need it for more than 2 years.