If you’re new to the self storage process you may have a few questions about the whole thing. Even if you’re a storage veteran, you may be wondering how we approach certain issues. The following are some common questions that we have encountered that should help inform you about your options.
What is a Roll Up Door?
Most doors at Pratt's Storage are of the Roll Up variety. Similar to a garage door (without the power), roll up doors can be lifted open conveniently even if you have a truck pulled right up to the front of your unit.
Can I Drive Up to My Unit?
Pratt's Storage has very wide through-ways which allow for safe and convenient driving. You’ll have very little trouble driving up to your unit and navigating around fellow storage renters.
What Kind of Locks are Available?
Every storage unit on the premises uses a high-test, tamper-resistant lock provided by Pratt's Storage. Renters do however maintain liability for their possessions.
What Are My Payment Options?
Recurring monthly payments can be made either through maildrop or online by clicking here. In-person payments can be made through cash, check, or credit card. Maildrop payments can be made through cash or check. Online payments can be made through credit card by clicking here.
What Are the Hours of Operation?
Pratt's Storage Units are accessible 24 hours a day to Renters.
Mon thru Fri 9am-12pm and 3pm-5pm
How Do I Pick a Unit Size?
Choosing the right storage size can save you money and hassle. Going too big can result in wasted space. Going to small will leave you with headaches and an inability to navigate your possessions easily. When trying to determine what size is right for you, be sure to assess what you intend to store. Gauge the amount of items that will be in boxes, and how much of it you will need access to. Also be certain to consider any items that are fragile. Fragile items should be stacked on top of other more durable items, and belongings you will need consistent access to should be stored toward the front of the unit.
The following is sizing advice on what each of our most common units can handle: