All Size Storage today located right next to Route 6 and Interstate 75 at Bowling Green, Ohio for all of your storage needs. If you are looking for Storage Units near Bowling Green, Ohio these newly built, top off the line are worth the drive from Perrysburg, McClure, Pemberville, Wanye, Weston, Custar, Luckey, Dunbridge and the surrounding areas of Northwest Ohio.
We have brand new storage units ready for your storage needs. Your items will be secured safely indoors 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with our security system in place.
All Size Storage Units
10×5 storage unit: $48 per month
10×10 storage unit: $67 per month
10×15 storage unit: $75 per month
10×20 storage unit: $107 per month
10×30 storage unit: $134 per month
10×40 storage unit: $150 per month
all monthly fees include tax
Are you looking for a secure storage unit?
At All Size Storage we offer monitored, self-storage units in a full slate of sizes with 24/7 access. If you need a place to store seasonal equipment, excess furniture, an estate clean out, our facility has the space for you that will protect your valued items! Schedule an appointment to check us out by calling 419-601-8296.
When you choose All Size Storage units, you will find the space you need to fit your excess belongings. Protect your investments while you free up room in your home or business with an All Size Storage unit!
• Conveniently located by Route 6 and Interstate 75
• Quality storage facility
• Camera monitoring
• 24/7 access
• Flexible leases, including month-to-month
• Clean, dry, indoor units
• Locally owned and operated
• Very competitive prices!
DISCOUNT storage packages!
If you are interested in keeping a storage unit for an extended period we can offer DISCOUNT pricing! New customer special: Rent 3 Months (paid in full) get a 4th month FREE. Rent 11 months get 12th month FREE.
Don’t know how long you need the unit? No problem! Our flexible month to month leases are a great option as well.
All Size Storage facilities have restrictions on what we can allow you to store. This is for your own protection as well as that of staff and other self-storage customers. As a general rule, any item or material that is considered “inherently dangerous” will not be allowed inside our storage rental units. Below are the most common items our customers ask us about. If you’re not sure if an item is allowed, ask your store manager before you move into your storage unit.
COMBUSTIBLE, FLAMMABLE, HAZARDOUS OR TOXIC MATERIALS
Gasoline, compressed gas, propane tanks, kerosene, lamp and motor oil, acid, grease, corrosives, fertilizers, paint, cleaners, chemicals, narcotics, or hazardous, toxic or biological waste, asbestos or products containing asbestos are not allowed. You may not store fireworks or explosives.
TIRES AND VEHICLES
Storing vehicles is generally acceptable, as long as they are registered, insured and in operational condition. All Size Storage cannot allow you store more than four tires which are not attached to a vehicle because of the cost to dispose of them.
MEDICAL/PHARMACEUTICAL SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT
A sales representative may find a self-storage unit a convenient place to manage medical supplies and pharmaceutical samples. While most medical supplies are acceptable, radioactive equipment/materials cannot legally be stored.
PERISHABLE FOOD AND ANIMAL PRODUCTS
Canned foods may be stored in storage units, but perishable food products such as pet food, produce or meats are not allowed, as they may spoil or attract pests.
MISCELLANEOUS PROHIBITED ITEMS
Any animals or plants – alive or dead – cannot be stored. Nor can any stolen items. You may not operate refrigerators, freezers, generators, space heaters or live in storage units.
STORAGE UNIT INSURANCE
You may want to look into insuring your stored items. Explain to your current homeowner or renter insurance broker what and where you are storing. Usually it is only a very small premium to add to your current policy. This added insurance covers damage to your belongings in the event of a variety of accidental circumstances, including fire and water damage – as well as burglary. By adding a rider to your current policy, you will not put your primary, long-term coverage at risk.
If you are a business owner, you may already have insurance that covers equipment, inventory or other items you’ll be storing in a self-storage unit.
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