Storage Units at Lakeview Storage
When you are choosing storage, it’s important to know how much space you will need. If you rent too large a space, you’re wasting money. If you rent too small a space, you’ll waste time moving everything to a new, larger unit. Lakeview Boat/RV & Self Storage has a variety of storage units in many shapes and sizes. Give us a call to discuss what storage space is right for you. We are happy to help guide you through the process of choosing the best option for your needs.

Some of the types of units available at Lakeview Boat/RV & Self Storage:

Climate Controlled Storage

Climate Controlled storage units keep items in a constant environment. To ensure climate control, storage units are enclosed and, therefore, resist dust, pests, humidity, and more threats to valuables.

Drive Up Storage Units

Garages aren’t always large enough to store seasonal essentials all year long. This is why drive-up storage is a popular choice for items like holiday decorations and lawn mowers. These storage units are also a great place to park those appliances while you wait to move into your new home.

Simple Tips For Long Term Car Storage

Clean it up. Water stains or bird droppings left on the car can damage the paint. Make sure to clean the wheels and undersides of the fenders to get rid of mud, grease or tar. For added protection, give the car a coat of wax.

Change The Oil. Skip this step if you’re only storing the car for a week or two. Consider getting the oil changed if you will be storing the vehicle for longer than 30 days.

Give It Some Gas. This is another long-term car storage tip. Fill the tank with gas if you expect the car to be in storage for more than 30 days. This will prevent moisture from accumulating inside the fuel tank and keep the seals from drying out.

Keep It Covered. This will protect it and keep it at a temperature that’s relatively stable. Covering your car will also deter animals from making themselves at home should they sneak into our facility.

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