Easton, PA Self Storage Units
Storage Units Easton, PA
When searching for storage units in Easton, PA, Moove In should be at the top of your list! Our safe and secure storage facilities offer many excellent features and benefits that make your storage experience much less stressful. We serve the following areas Forks Township, Tatamy, Stockertown, Palmer Township, Eastlawn Gardens, Nazareth, and any other surrounding cities.If you’re unsure which size storage unit to rent, please see our storage unit size guide. It will help you choose the best unit for your particular needs. When you’re ready. click the link and reserve a storage unit in less than 5 minutes with no deposit necessary.
Moove In Self Storage Features
Moving things into a storage unit can be a stressful, demanding job requiring much preparation and perspiration. At Moove In Self Storage, we know you want a storage solution that’s easier, faster, more convenient, and far less stressful. We meet those needs head-first with the industry's best self storage features, providing benefits that take the stress and strain out of storage. Our storage units in Easton, PA, include the following features:
Security Features and Benefits
- 24/7 video security cameras
- Well-lit, fully-fenced properties for added safety
- Electronic, keypad-controlled front gates
- On-site managers
Convenience Features and Benefits
- No deposit is required to reserve a storage unit
- Drive-up storage units make packing your storage unit much easier and faster
- Free dollies and hand carts to help you move things around
- Online management and payment of your account
With Moove In, you’ll never get stuck in a long-term storage rental contract because we don’t have them. We offer month-to-month leases for your convenience.
What Storage Unit Sizes are Available?
Our self storage location in Easton, PA, offers a wide variety of storage unit sizes. They start with 5’ x 5’ units suitable for a college student’s dorm room and go up to massive 20’ x 30’ storage units that can hold several rooms of furniture at the same time! We also offer many more different sized storage units, so be sure to call ahead to find out about our different options. Some of the more popular storage unit sizes that we offer in Easton include the following:
5’ x 5’ - This is the size you need for a single bedroom or a dorm room. Six 4-drawer filing cabinets will fit inside with room left to open them.
5’ x 10’ - You can fit content from a studio apartment in this unit if you pack it well. A master bedroom full of stuff will fit, too.
10’ x 10’ - Content from a 1 or 2-bedroom apartment should fit in this storage unit.
10’ x 15’ - This is the smallest size storage unit that will fit a compact car.
10’ x 20’ - This is where storage units start to get big, and this one can store a mid-size car plus 2 to 3 bedrooms worth of stuff.
10’ x 30’ - The biggest storage units, in Easton, PA, are these 10’ x 30’ units.
Moving Supplies, Packing Supplies, and More
Moving into a storage unit is almost identical to moving from your old home to a new one. You’ll still need to pack everything in boxes for protection and wrap your furniture in moving blankets. In short, you need to be well-prepared when moving your stuff into a storage unit.
To help you, Moove In offers a wide range of packing and moving supplies, including:
- New, clean boxes
- Packing paper
- Moving pads
- Tie-down straps
- Specialized wardrobe and mirror boxes
- Mattress covers
- Tape dispensers
- Bubble wrap
- Locks for your storage unit
Top Tips on How to Pack a Storage Unit
The top tips below will help you fit more in your storage unit (and maybe have some room left over to move around).
- Pack things in boxes. Boxes stack; bags do not!
- Stand sofas up on their end vertically. This is the best space-saver ever.
- Create rows (called tiers in the moving business) of furniture and boxes from floor to ceiling in your unit. Start with one, stack to the top wall-to-wall, and then start again. (It’s sort of like Tetris.)
- Don’t pack all your boxes first. If you do, you’ll run out and won’t have them to fill in gaps between pieces of furniture.
- Stack as much as possible. The better you stack everything, the more you’ll fit in your storage unit.
- Save mattresses for last, and store them on their edge, length-wise, facing the door.
- Take table legs off large tables when possible. Then store the tabletop on its edge.
- Put a layer or two of cardboard down before storing a nice piece of furniture on its bare side or edge. (It prevents scratches.)