Self Storage Trivia: How Big Are the Biggest Storage Units?
If you’re a super-villain attempting to store a stolen pyramid, a self storage unit isn’t going to be enough. Otherwise, there’s probably a unit that can accommodate you. Take a look at some self storage facts featuring the largest units in the business.
10′ x 25′ self storage units are some of the largest available for storage of common household items. Most lists of self storage facts will tell you that these units can hold the entire contents of a five-bedroom house, which is more or less true. Put another way, you could stick three Smart Cars, bumper to bumper, against one of the longer walls and still have enough room on the other side to walk around.
10′ x 30′ self storage units are, of course, even larger, giving you approximately 300 square feet of storage space. Another way to get 300 square feet is with a 15′ x 20′ storage unit, which is roughly the size of a small two-car garage. Large items such as couches, refrigerators, washers, dryers and home entertainment centers are easy enough to fit in; alternatively, you could fit over 15,000 regulation golf balls on just the floor. Pile them seven high, and you have over 100,000 golf balls; they wouldn’t even come up to your knees.
Is that enough? No? Try a 20′ x 20′ unit, which gives you a whopping 400 square feet of space. Any self storage expert will tell you that’s enough to store the contents of a mansion. If you’re a budding Scrooge McDuck, you could fill that space with over $50,000,000 in one-dollar bills, stacked about neck-high.
In short, odds are good that there’s a unit big enough to fit whatever you need to store.
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