When you’re looking for affordable storage, you want to know everything you’re getting with your rental. Here at Airtight Storage, we want to make sure all your questions and concerns are answered before you sign a rental agreement with us so that you can be confident about storing your property with us!

At Airtight Storage, we want to make sure you feel safe storing all your items and vehicles with us. That’s why we offer top-of-the-line security for all rental agreements! Any customer that needs storage services has the option to store with us.

How do I know my RV is secure at Airtight Storage?

Whether you’re storing an RV, camper, ATV, or boat, we have many security features to ensure that storing with us is safe and secure. Our facility is only accessible by a key-code gate, and it’s surrounded by barbed wire fencing, includes 24-hour surveillance, and always has a manager on the property.

Are the storage units secure?

Yes! Our storage units are extremely secure. Located within our protected storage facility and surrounded by barbed wire fencing, our storage units are actually shipping containers. Our shipping containers are made of thick steel and are completely airtight, which makes them ultra-secure for our customers.

How are Airtight Storage containers pest-free?

We use shipping containers instead of traditional storage units. Our shipping containers are airtight, which means they keep mice and dust out.

When can I access my storage unit?

At Airtight Storage, we want to make accessing your storage unit convenient for you. This means you’re able to access your outside storage or storage unit at all times of the day. Each customer has access to our facility with a key-code gate, which ensures you have secure access 24/7.

Where are Airtight Storage locations in Utah?

We have two locations in Southern Utah: Cedar City and Enoch. With these two locations, we happily serve the surrounding areas of Summit, Parowan, Paragonah, Hamiltons Fort, Kanarraville, Newcastle, and Enterprise, Utah.

Do I need to visit a location to rent one of your storage units?

You do not need to visit one of our locations to reserve your rental. You can reserve any of our storage options online through a simple reservation form.

What types of storage can I rent?

At Airtight Storage, we offer ultra-secure airtight storage units and outside storage lots. These storage containers are airtight, pest-free, and climate-controlled.

Our outside storage lots are designed to keep RVs, campers, ATVs, and boats safe and secure while storing them during the off-season. 

How long can I rent storage space?

At Airtight Storage, you can rent space for as long as you need to. We offer flexible contracts, so you can rent long-term or only temporarily. No matter what length you’re looking for, we have the perfect space for you with availability at all times of the year!

Is renting with Airtight Storage affordable?

Yes! Airtight Storage offers affordable and competitive prices for storage unit rentals and outside storage space

Can I pay for my rental online?

Yes. Whether you want to pay in person or online, we offer a variety of payment options. Our online payment options are secure, save time, and we accept all major credit cards and PayPal.

Is there a storage unit cleaning fee when my rental ends?

While there is no fee for us to clean your storage until after your rental ends, we do expect it to be left in the same condition as when your rental started.

How do I choose a storage unit?

Choosing a storage unit might seem intimidating for first-timers, but there are a couple of factors that can make your decision much simpler. First, consider what you’ll be using your storage unit for. Do you need temporary storage for just a few seasonal items? Long-term storage for a home’s worth of belongings? An outside lot for a boat, RV, or other recreational equipment? Clearly understanding what and how much you’ll be storing can help narrow down your options. 

Next, consider cost, location, security, and climate control. You want to find a unit that fits within your budget, is accessible from where you live, and provides security measures that give you confidence in the safety of your belongings. In addition, finding a climate-controlled unit may be important if you’re going to store fragile items that are vulnerable to swings in temperature, humidity, or excessive dust.

Is it worth it to rent a storage unit?

This question depends on your unique circumstances. For many individuals, storage units are a simple, cost-effective way to meet their storage needs and make life easier. Some people rent space to park their boats, RVs, or other recreational equipment during the offseason, ensuring their investments are kept secure and protected while freeing up driveway or garage space. Storage unit space costs significantly less than living or office space, so many people also use storage to downsize their home or as a resource for businesses.

What shouldn’t I store in my storage unit?

Although the list of items that you can store in a storage unit is long, several categories of items should never be kept inside. One of these is food and perishable items. Canned goods are typically fine, but avoid anything that could spoil or rot, such as pet food or fruits and vegetables. In addition to an unpleasant smell, these items could result in pests, mold, and mildew. 

Also, avoid any types of hazardous materials and/or explosives since they may pose a health and danger risk. Even some common items such as fertilizer or harsh cleaning solutions may be inappropriate for storage. If you have any questions on specific items, consult one of our storage experts. 

Do you have climate-controlled units available?

No. However, the materials of our shipping containers naturally withstand high and low temperatures, making them more climate-controlled than standard storage units. Our containers can help prevent wood from warping or cracking in high temperatures.

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