|Boat and RV Storage for those who need to store their big toys for a while, when not traveling. There are open and covered storage units, and most of the Self storage facilities offer these kind of units.|
There are different kinds of Boat and RV storage. Some Self storage facilities offer enclosed garage unit types, this enclosure may have amenities such as heat and electricity and can only be accessed by the Boat/RV owner. The second type is a covered self storage unit with three walls, no amenities are provided but it will protect your Boat, RV or Car from the elements to a certain extent.
|RV Covered Storage|
Price is clearly something that will play a big factor in deciding where you want to store your boat or RV; you’ll want to find something that is affordable but still has all of the features you’re looking for. Self storage facilities have several different features that help protect you and your belongings, such as climate controlled self storage units, security cameras, high walls or fences, and electronic gate access. You may want to inquire about where the cameras are placed and other types of security features that the self storage facility offers, if entry is a key combination or a padlock.
|Boat Open Storage|
Long considered a niche market in the self storage industry, boat and RV storage has emerged as a facility differentiator in crowded markets. High-end sites with amenities designed specifically for boat and RV customers are popping up in strategic locations across the country. Storage owners looking to expand their existing sites are also considering this add-on service. […]
Below you have some examples of Self Storage Facilities with Boat and RV Storage space solutions; most of them offer indoor or outdoor parking, opened or enclosed units, ask if they have some extra services like climate control, wrapping/covers, electrical hookups, washing stations, just to name a few…
|Boat and RV Self Storage|
“Tips for Boat and RV storage;
- Be sure to check the dimensions of a potential storage unit. Most RVs require 30-40 feet.
- To make sure getting in and out is easy, consider the available room for a large turning radius.
- When considering the amount of space you’ll need to store your large vehicle, be sure to include extra room for all the equipment that comes with it.
- Some facilities offer electrical plug-ins and sanitary stations.
- Most facilities expect that repairing or extensive maintenance of large vehicles will be done elsewhere so take this into consideration.
- RVs and boats must have current license plates. If they expire while in storage, your storage facility may ask you to renew them.
- Storage facilities typically require proof of vehicle registration. They may also require proof of insurance, since individual property is not covered by the facility’s insurance.
- When vehicles will be stored indoors over long periods of time, check fuel lines and gaskets, and lay down cardboard or mats to prevent damage to the unit’s floor.
- Vehicles or trailers must have properly inflated tires at all times. Keep an eye on tires that can dry rot or deflate. Restrictions vary by facility, so check with your facility manager about your role in maintaining stored vehicles.”