Sports Equipment Storage Alert – Youth basketball leagues, pony baseball, little league, and club soccer teams across the country are packing up their items until summer or fall seasons. You gonna put yours in that upstairs closet or make room for it in your garage? If you’re at a loss for where to keep it, maybe getting a fresh, clean and AFFORDABLE self storage unit is just right for you.
Storage units can be rented month-to-month, so you don’t need to commit to a long-term contract. You can even move-out mid-month and have your pro-rated balance refunded to you. Be sure to ask for an interior/indoor unit that is impervious to the elements and nasty little bugs and pests to keep the soccer balls, pop-up goals, hockey sticks, basketballs and bats clean, dry and ready for next season – or next week, as the case may be.
Salt Lake City, UT Self Storage – Meanwhile, the Utah Jazz and Raja Bell, who outlasted the T-Blazers to make it to the playoffs will be digging deep to make it to the next round. If they need to store their equipment in the offseason, there is a plethora of Salt Lake-based Extra Space Self Storage properties nearby, but there are also some locally owned units, too.
So, if you’re looking for storage, just know that units start at $24/month, just $1 less than where they start in San Antonio. Alert – the smallest unit in ZIP 84109 is a 10×20 drive-up for $196, which means all those families are clearly storing their stuff (if you know what we mean) and organizing for the summer.
San Antonio, TX Self Storage – Tony Parker, Tim Duncan and the Spurs will be able to store their extra items (trophies?) at any number of Uncle Bob’s Self Storage, American Mini Storage and other self-storage companies listed on Storitz.com. Starting at $25/month for a 5×5, and including the first month free, it won’t cost much for the Spurs or their fans to get started organizing their lives.