An 5’ x 15’ self storage unit is one of many storage sizes that Self Stor Storage has to offer across its several facilities. This sized unit gives you the space to handle all your needs. Wonderful for business storage, student storage, personal storage, or retirement storage. Read on to learn about everything this size has to offer.
How big is a 5’ x 15’ self storage unit?
A 5’ x 15’ self storage unit is approximately the size of a single bedroom. It’s 5 feet wide by 15 feet long and measures out to 75 square feet, which gives you 600 cubic feet of packing and storing room.
What can I fit in a 5’ x 15’ self storage unit?
This size is perfect for your small self storage needs. It offers incredible flexibility to fit the largest items in your home. Such as televisions, couches, beds, appliances, exercise equipment, office equipment. It is often best used for storing the contents of a bedroom or selection of items from your home.
If you still aren’t sure which best size fits your needs, use our helpful size guide. For best results, talk to our local self storage experts today at 1-844-499-7867. The easiest way to know for sure, is to have a tour at one our local self storage facilities.
How much furniture fits in a 5’ x 15’ self storage unit?
The 5’ x 15’ self storage unit is a standard size that a self storage facility will carry. It can handle roughly the contents of a 1-bedroom apartment or condo. It can easily handle multiple large furniture items. Such as a couch, a bed, a TV, or a dinning table. The 5’ x 15’ is usually used for storing all the furniture in a condo or apartment.
Can you fit a washer and dryer in a 5’ x 15’ self storage unit?
The 5’ x 15’ can handle a lot of items, it can easily handle a washer and dryer combination. For best results, stack them on top of each other.
Can you fit a bed in a 5’ x 15’ self storage unit?
The bed can easily fit into a 5’ x 15’. In fact, the 5’ x 15’ storage locker can handle multiple bedframes and mattresses at once! Perfect for storing the contents of a condo or apartment.
How much does a 5’ x 15’ self storage unit cost?
Renting a 5’ x 15’ storage unit in our self-storage facilities can cost as low as $104.50 depending on location. That is with our amazing 50% OFF THREE MONTHS self storage discount! You will be able to get quality affordable self storage! For more information, find a Self Stor Storage facility near you or call 1-844-499-7867 to speak to one of our local self storage experts. Book your storage unit or a tour today!
What self storage unit size do I need?
We have several self storage unit sizes that can handle your self storage needs. Just click one of the links below and learn about all self storage sizes!
5’ x 5’, perfect for students and small self storage needs.
5’ x 10’, great for students, personal storage, and storing the contents of a room.
10’ x 10’, great for all self storage needs, able to store an entire condo or apartment.
10’ x 15’, perfect for large self storage needs, able to handle business storage needs or the contents or a 2 or 3 bedroom home.
10’ x 20’, best for large self storage needs, great for handling storage needs while moving.
Contact your local Self Stor today!
A storage unit is a solution to a lot of your needs.
Check out some of our key storage features:
- Drive-up access allows for ultimate convenience
- Climate-controlled units let you store with comfort
- 24-HR units are available
- Online account management gives you the control
- Airport lockers allows you to store your luggage for your next flight
- Packing and moving supplies allow you to tackle any move
- Individually alarmed units for enhanced security
- Extended access to storage units, including holidays
- Live chat customer service allows you to get the answers you need
- Month-to-month contracts with flexible payment options
- State-of-the-art lighting to be easy on the environment
If you do not have a storage unit, visit selfstor.ca and book yours today!
For help on what size storage unit you will need, check out our helpful size guide: https://www.selfstor.ca/storage-unit-size-guide/