Why Store With Us?
All North Texas Storage locations are equipped with state-of-the-art security systems, featuring video surveillance and restricted gate access with individual security codes. Our professional property managers work—and live—on site to provide a layer of security that has no substitute. And because together we form a network of properties with strong corporate backing, we are able to continuously update and maintain our clean, well-lit, modern facilities.
We’ve designed all of our facilities around our customers’ convenience, offering a wide variety of unit sizes—from 5’ x 5’ to 10’ x 30’—to meet every need. Climate-controlled units are available to hold temperature-sensitive materials, and we can arrange to store your vehicles at several of our facilities across our network. We offer moving and packing supplies for sale at each location. As always, we have no administration or processing fees, no security deposits, and no long-term contracts or commitments.
Our friendly and professional storage experts are what set us apart from our competition, and we stand ready to assist you with all your storage needs. Our property managers live and work on site, as part of our commitment to your security. You can always expect responsive and professional communication when you come to any North Texas Storage facility.
When renting a space with North Texas Self Storage, you are in charge. Whether you are hoping for a short-term lease while moving house or long-term storage of valuable items, we are able to offer you excellent value for money and no hidden fees. When you are ready to move your belongings out of storage, you are free to do so, thanks to our helpful month-to-month rental agreements. No fees and no hassle.
Leave small walkways between the boxes and furniture in your storage unit so you can easily get to the items you want without having to move anything around.
Use uniformly sized boxes to make them easier to stack.
When wrapping breakables, tape them after you wrap them to avoid mistaking them for the excess paper used to fill the box.
If you’re putting any metal objects into storage—like lawnmowers or file cabinets—it’s best to treat them with rust protector first.
Avoid packing your boxes so that they are too heavy to carry—especially when you are packing books.
Make up an inventory of your stored items—or even better, photograph them with a digital camera. Keep this list in a safe place at home or in a safe deposit box.
Clothing, curtains, and drapes should be stored on hangers. Add a few mothballs or cedar chips to prevent unwanted "guests."
While we offer premium security at Self Storage, it's always wise to take a few precautions of your own. Pack your storage unit so that your most valuable items are at the back, and purchase a high quality padlock to put on the door.
For easier identification, label your boxes on all 6 sides.
Pack books flat, not standing on end, to avoid damaging the spines.