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If you are looking for Baker County storage facilities, then you have found the right place. Finding outdoor and indoor storage units in Baker County, Georgia has never been easier.

Moverscorp.com allows you to compare different self storage units in minutes and reserve an affordable storage unit that is right for your belongings.

Self-Storage Size Guide

  • 5x5 Unit - Think of it as a small closet space for storing clothing, boxes, lamps, and small seasonal items.

  • 5x10 Unit - Holds furnishings of a studio apartment or a one bedroom.

  • 10x10 Unit - This size is ideal for one bedroom apartment.

  • 10x15 Unit - This unit size is good for a two-bedroom apartment or the contents of three to four rooms.

  • 10x20 Unit - The contents of a two to a three-bedroom house.

  • 10x30 Unit - This size will fit the contents of a four to a five-bedroom house.

    What are the storage options?

    Storage companies offer climate controlled, drive up storage units, and outdoor storage space for boats, cars and RVs.

    What is a climate-controlled unit?

    These units are designed to keep items in a constant environment - usually between 55°F and 85°F.

    What is a drive-up unit?

    It means that the storage unit is located on the main floor of the facility and accessible from an outside door.

    What items cannot be stored?

    You cannot store hazardous, toxic, food, perishable, or illegal items.

    What are the security features?

    Many of storage locations offer 24 hour camera monitoring, individual gate access, computerized door alarms, and security fencing.
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    Moving on your own can save a big amount of money, but before you opt for it, take some time to go through the checklist. It explains important factors you should consider before you plan a self-move.
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    We write a lot of how-to guides that show you what to do and how to prepare for a move. And here is a hilarious guide to what not to do when hiring movers.
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    Moverscorp.com has provided these listings which are public information drawn from the local internet directories and from our partner companies. To inquire about storage prices, availability, and units sizes please call the phone number listed above.

    Remeber, the cheapest storage unit is not always the best value. Secure and clean storage facility prices are usually higher than other places, but it's totally worth it. Please note that online pricing available only for online reservations and rentals only.

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