Renting a storage unit
Looking for a
Self-Storage Unit?

SSAM members proudly offer self-storage solutions for residential and commercial customers throughout Michigan. Whether you need long-term storage for household items or inventory, or short-term storage during a move or while remodeling, self-storage can give you the extra space you need at your home or office.

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Michigan Self Storage Units
Need some help packing?

SSAM members proudly offer self-storage solutions for residential and commercial customers throughout Michigan. Whether you need long-term storage for household items or inventory, or short-term storage during a move or while remodeling, self-storage can give you the extra space you need at your home or office.

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Renting extra space for college students
Have temporary storage needs?

SSAM members proudly offer self-storage solutions for residential and commercial customers throughout Michigan. Whether you need long-term storage for household items or inventory, or short-term storage during a move or while remodeling, self-storage can give you the extra space you need at your home or office.

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Own a storage facility?
Do you own a self-storage business?

SSAM members proudly offer self-storage solutions for residential and commercial customers throughout Michigan. Whether you need long-term storage for household items or inventory, or short-term storage during a move or while remodeling, self-storage can give you the extra space you need at your home or office.

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Storage Estimator
Below are standard unit sizes and the approximate content capacity for each.
5′ x 5′ (25 Sq. Ft.)
The Size of a Regular Closet
Personal items, clothes, boxes, skis, children’s toys, small furniture items, business records and sales rep materials.
5′ x 10′ (50 Sq. Ft.)
The Size of a Walk-in Closet
Small amounts of furniture, sofas, chairs, chest of drawers, boxspring and mattress, business supplies and records. Plus other small items and boxes.
7.5′ x 10′ (75 Sq. Ft.)
The Size of a Large Walk-in Closet
Small amounts of furniture, sofas, chairs, chest of drawers, boxspring and mattress, business supplies and records. Plus other small items and boxes.
10′ x 10′ (100 Sq. Ft.)
The Size of a Small Bedroom
One-bedroom apartment with major appliances, other furniture and supplies.
10′ x 15′ (150 Sq. Ft.)
The Size of a Large Bedroom
A two-bedroom apartment or house, including appliances, boxes and miscellaneous items and commercial storage inventory.
10′ x 20′ (200 Sq. Ft.)
The Size of a Standard one-car garage
A three-bedroom house with major appliances, plus lots of boxes. Business storage files and inventory ideal for storage racks.
10′ x 30′ (300 Sq. Ft.)
The Size of a Standard two-car garage
A four-to five-bedroom house with major appliances and room for boxes. Excellent for business storage of files, equipment and permanent records.

Boat and RV Storage

RV and Boat Storage

Keep your off-season vehicles secure until you’re ready to use them. It’s like having your own premium, reserved parking spot. Commonly stored outdoor items include:

  • Boats
  • RVs (trailers and motor homes)
  • ATVs and snowmobiles

Getting ready to move?

Cluttered garage

Once you’ve decided that it’s time to sell your current house, what do you do first? Start packing! Well, sort of. Start the process in order to declutter and depersonalize your home, give the appearance of more space, and make your transition as smooth and stress-free as possible. Plus, if you start sorting, packing and storing now, then you will be in a really good position to move quickly when your house is sold.

Keep or Shred

Storing unwanted papers

If your business is like most, you have tons of paper stored away in filing cabinets and boxes, stashed in desk drawers and maybe even stacked on your desk. What do you REALLY need to keep, and for how long? It’s time to lose that (paper) weight. Here’s a simple guide to help your business determine which documents can be moved into storage and which can be sent to the shredder.

Household Storage

Household Storage

Self storage is the place for you to store whatever you can’t fit into your own home. People use self-storage for all sorts of purposes:

  • Store off-season items like sporting gear, outdoor furniture and lawn care equipment
  • Store possessions during a move

Business Storage

Business Storage

A cramped workspace can make it difficult to find what you need, distracting you from business at hand. For today’s businessperson, self-storage is a cost effective and efficient solution:

  • Archive documents, files and paperwork
  • Store office furniture and equipment