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

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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.

  • If you are hiring professionals or helpers, it is a good idea to dispose of any unwanted furniture or household items before the move. Transportation cost of some items may exceed their value.
    Sell Your Junk and Save On a Move

    Usually moving yourself is the most economical options to move. However, it's more than just renting a truck and buying boxes. Here are the expenses that you should plan for when moving yourself.
    The Cost of Moving Yourself

    Household plants just like our fragile items need special attention when you move. For liability purposes, some movers will not load your plants on a moving van. It is recommended to move plants to your new residence in your car.
    Moving Plants

    We have created a checklist of the most common moving do's and don'ts to help you stay on right track.
    Moving Dos and Don'ts

    Do you need help figuring out how many boxes you will need for your move? It really depends on the size of your home. Follow the guide below to estimate how many moving boxes you will need.
    How Many Moving Boxes You Need

    Many customers decide to move on their own, which includes packing, loading and driving a truck. This option allows you to choose how much help you need based on your preferences and budget.
    Moving Yourself

    There are many ways to save on a move, and doing it yourself is one way to keep cash in your pocket. However, there are times that you need to hire pros to take care of your possessions.
    When Not To Move Yourself

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    Moving companies in Mountain Home, Idaho - Local Movers

    5' X 5' 5' X 10' 5' X 15' 10' X 10' 10' X 15' 10' X 20' 10' X 30'
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    Climate Control Drive Up Access 24 Hour Access

    Aero Mini Storage 3730 S 132nd W, Mountain Home, ID 83647 208-832-2270

    B Secure Self Storage 890 Airbase Rd, Mountain Home, ID 83647 208-587-7200

    C & A Storage 990 Airbase Rd, Mountain Home, ID 83647 208-599-3599

    Canyon Creek Storage 170 S 13th E, Mountain Home, ID 83647 208-587-3695

    Motion Storage and Uhaul 425 NW Elmcrest Ave, Mountain Home, ID 83647 208-587-5335

    Republic Storage 1575 W 6th S, Mountain Home, ID 83647 208-587-3097

    Super Storage 1300 Sunset Strip, Mountain Home, ID 83647 208-587-2619


    Finding and renting self storage facilities in Mountain Home, Idaho is now easier through MoversCorp. We provide the convenience of reserving affordable storage units online or by phone. No credit card or long-term contract is required. Consider us as your solution for finding and reserving storage facilities throughout Idaho.

    The cheapest storage unit in your local area doesn’t always mean it’s the best option for you. Please consider the following factors when selecting a storage unit in Mountain Home, Idaho.

  • Storage unit’s rates are based on a few features such as 24/7 access, climate control, facility security, location, and overall demand in your area.
  • For household goods, the most common storage unit sizes are 5x5, 5x10, 10x10, and 10X15.
  • Self-storage units rents are month to month.
  • Whether a facility offers climate controlled or only a drive up unit. That will also determine the monthly rent. Usually, storage units which are climate controlled are more expensive than drive up units.
  • Most locations have digital keypad access and they provide you with your own personal access code to the storage facility. Check with the office for availability.
  • Check for online reviews and recommendations.
  • Ask the office about the preventive security measures for safeguarding the location.

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