require a bit of extra storage space, think about opting for mini storage. At
Air base Storage, we offer compact storage solutions designed to keep your
space free from clutter.
Our mini storage unit
measuring 5’ x 5’ (also classified as a small storage locker) is designed to
reclaim valuable space for your essentials. Typically around 5 feet wide, 5
feet deep, these lockers offer a practical solution for items like boxes, totes,
seasonal decorations, and other smaller belongings that may lack space in your
additional details in our Size Guide for
a comprehensive overview.
Creating additional space
in a home with limited room can be a challenging task. The frustration
intensifies when you're merely seeking to make room for smaller, seasonal
items. Air base personal mini storage provides a dedicated space for the
belongings you want to preserve but don't use regularly.
Skip the trip
to the home improvement store—find boxes, tape, and packing supplies
conveniently available in our office. Air base customers enjoy:
Flexible access hours
Appropriately sized storage units
Facility features like 24-hour video
recording, electronic-gated access, and well-maintained premises
Flexible lease terms, including
month-to-month options for both temporary and long-term storage needs
Our personal mini storage units cater to those with fewer items, eliminating the need for a full-sized unit. Pay only for the storage space you require.
Mini Storage FAQs
What is Mini
Mini storage units are compact storage spaces, typically smaller than a
5x5 foot unit, often designed with reduced height. Commonly known as storage
lockers, these units lack the spaciousness for walking inside and can be
conveniently stacked. Ideal for individuals with smaller items to store, mini storage units
allow you to pay only for the storage space you require.
What items can
I store in Mini Storage?
There’re tons of items that are perfect for mini storage,
Do I need Mini Storage?
proves ideal for individuals seeking to create room for seasonal decorations,
declutter a space, store excess paper goods, manage overstock for a small
business, and more. These are items you'll likely need frequent access to,
integral to your daily life or business operations. However, they may not
warrant a full-sized storage unit, making a smaller storage unit the perfect