Some belongings just don’t belong in a home, such as old blood-sport trophies, irregularly shaped eggs, or the blacksmith apprentice you’ll “get around” to teaching about smelting. Pack away inconveniences with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $159 for three months of storage in a 10’x10’ unit (up to a $510 value)
- $499 for six months of storage in a 10’x10’ unit (up to a $1,020 value)
- $179 for three months of storage in a 10’x12.5’ unit (up to a $555 value)
- $549 for six months of storage in a 10’x12.5’ unit (up to a $1,110 value)
Under the omnipresent gaze of a video-camera recording system, StoragePartners' variously sized units safeguard belongings. With 21 locations across Washington and Oregon, safe, unassailable modules keep treasures from crowding domestic floor space across the Pacific Northwest. Electronic gates guard the entrance to the facility, which houses a covered loading dock, elevators, and onsite box trucks for convenient unloading and transporting. Rows of storage units range from 5’x5’ spaces fit for small furniture to 10’x30’ rooms that can contain a van, boat, or a hot parade float, and a hefty cylinder-lock system makes sure everything stays put. Packaging and supplies are available onsite for purchase, and customers can tap into the free WiFi system during their visits.
91% of 11 customers recommend
“Great service! It's clear why it's so affordable (there's construction SURROUNDING this building--not on the building!!--as in every street is closed just about) but...”
“Great service! It's clear why it's so affordable (there's construction SURROUNDING this building--not on the building!!--as in every street is closed just about) but the unit is secure and the staff great... Really helpful with getting the u-haul backed in and navigating the construction! ”
“Friendly customer service, clean facility. Covered loading dock with room for 2 vehicles, several nice carts and freight elevator. Happy with my experience!”
“mostly good, helpful staff, and easy, direct access to storage areas”