We have sizes that fit every need, from 20-square-foot mini units for storing personal items to large units that accommodate the furniture from a two bedroom house to giant units designed for commercial and business accounts.
You can review our storage size guide to see your options or talk to one of our storage advisors. Let them know the types of goods you want to store and they’ll take it from there.
Climate control can mean different things in the self-storage industry. In some places, it means little more than a fan and an open air vent. But for Delta Storage, climate control means just that: a heating and air conditioning system designed to protect the things you store against heat and cold.
Absolutely. We’re here to serve your needs. Whether you’ve outgrown your space or realize that you have more room than you need, just let us know and we’ll get to work on finding the right unit.
The standard in the storage unit industry is one month.
While we do ask tenants to sign an occupancy agreement, we do offer month-to-month rentals with no long-term commitment required.
Security is very important to us, which means we ask new tenants to present six points of identification before renting a storage unit. Typically that means a government-issued photo ID and two additional forms of matching identification. Please try to have this ready when you first rent your unit.
In the United States, there’s an understanding in the self-storage world that your goods are not insured. However, Delta Storage sells insurance, so you don’t need to find a policy of your own. You might still want to check with your broker to see if you can cover your stored items under your homeowner or business insurance policy.
YES, Delta Storage offers insurance with many levels of coverage.
We offer both indoor and outdoor vehicle storage at some of our locations. Your storage advisor can point you to the right place.
Again, some of our storage centers can accommodate these vehicles. Your Delta Storage advisor can tell which options are available at your location.
Some of our centers allow 24/7 access, although some additional charges may apply. Consult with your storage advisor to learn more.