How big a storage unit do you want? What else will you need?

 
  Storage Unit Sizes
  Non-Climate Control Units
  5 x 5 (25 square feet)
5 x 10 (50 square feet)
10 x 5 (50 square feet)
8 x 10 (80 square feet)
10 x 6 (60 square feet)
10 ft. x 10 ft. (100 square feet)
10 x 12 (120 square feet)
10 x 14 (140 square feet)
10 x 15 (150 square feet)
10 x 20 (200 square feet)
14 x 20 (280 square feet)
10 x 30 (300 square feet)
20 x 10 (200 square feet)

  Climate Control Units (heated and air conditioned)
  5 x 5 (25 square feet)
5 x 10 (50 square feet)
10 x 10 (100 square feet)
10 x 15 (150 square feet)
10 x 20 (200 square feet)

  Storage Unit Tips
 
5 x 5
This is approximately the size of a closet. It will typically hold one or two small furniture items or several boxes.
5 x 10
This unit size will typically hold two rooms of furnishings and goods, possibly more.
10 x 10
This unit size will typically hold four rooms of furnishings and goods or the contents of one apartment. This size is also convenient for businesses wishing to store records.
10 x 15
This unit size will typically hold five rooms of furnishings and goods or the contents of one small house.
10 x 20
This unit size will typically hold six to eight rooms of furnishings and goods or the contents of a three bedroom home.
 
  Highland Mini Storage  -  1663 Horal St., San Antonio, TX 78245  -  (210) 670-2242