➨ Family Owned & Operated
➨ Convenient Electronic Monthly or
➨ Auto Credit Card Financing Available
➨ Great Lighting
➨ Blacktop Driveways
(helps to keep units clean)
➨ For your Boat, RV or Trailer
➨ 9ft Wide Doors on 10ft Units
➨ 10ft Wide Doors on 11ft Units
Quality Built Units
➨ Concrete Floors
➨ Clean level surface for belongings
➨ Large 16" overhand for loading in bad weather
➨ Easy access for loading and unloading
➨ Insulated Roofs - Prevents condensation
➨ Gutters are installed on all buildings which
prevents rain from dripping down
We are close to the Fox River Mall and
Highway 41 right in the Heart of the Valley.
Appleton Area Storage can take care of all of your storage needs. Whether you’re moving and can’t move into your new home right away, or you’ve just outgrown your home or business storage requirements, you will find that Appleton Area Storage is your answer for quality and secure self storage.
• 24 Hour Video Surveillance
• Many sizes available
• RV and Camper Storage
• Easy Convenient Access
• U-Haul Rental Trucks
• Commercial Storage Solutions
• Automobile Storage
• Boat Storage | Personal Watercraft Storage
• Moving Boxes and Materials
• Storage Units
• Motorcycle Storage
• Travel Trailer Storage
• Mini Storage Units
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Plan ahead. Make a general plan of how you will place the boxes and furniture inside your storage unit before you get started, if you need pallets or want them we will supply what ever you need.
Save space Use shelves for storage, store smaller items or things you would like to keep handy and organized. Store mirrors and frames standing on end, never flat. Create space in your storage unit by using the hollow areas of big furniture. Example, you can put in a boxes inside a wardrobe cabinet. The same goes for refrigerators, washing machines or stoves.
Maintain accessibility: Stack boxes in such as way that they can be easily accessed. Make an aisle that will allow you to access a box without having to move everything out of the way. Place frequently need items at the front part of a storage unit. Dismantle furniture to save space, to store a table remove the legs.
The biggest thing is to Plan Ahead, I see some people digging through their unit for hours looking something and it is usually in the back or on the bottom, I have others that have planned ahead and they come for a short time and are gone because they plan ahead and think about things they will need in the near future and rotate it forward.