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Kansas is a great place to rent self-storage units and you will find that the most populated cities in Kansas like Wichita, Overland Park, Kansas City and Topeka, will provide you with the best selection. In these cities you will find sometimes hundreds of storage facilities within city limits. Rent your extra space storage units Kansas City for free at these facilities and get great service and savings.
Find a Kansas City storage facility, compare Kansas City storage unit sizes, prices, amenities and discounts. View pictures, descriptions, and read customer reviews to assist you in making a selection. Once you select the public storage unit in Kansas City that best fits your needs, simply reserve online for free and lock in your storage unit price, save money and time. If you prefer, you can call and speak to a friendly and professional customer service representative, who could answer all your questions and who could take a reservation over the phone for free. No credit card is required to reserve storage units in Kansas City online or by phone. A detailed confirmation e-mail will be automatically forwarded to your inbox. Your storage unit will be available for you when you arrive at the self-storage facility on your move in date. Finding public storage In Kansas City, or in nearby cities located in Mission, Shawnee, Merriam or in Overland Park is that fast, easy and affordable.
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Public Storage facilities in Kansas City, KS offer a variety of discounts to their customers. When searching for storage units Kansas City, compare the price of the storage unit as well as the discount that storage facility is offering on that unit. Some self-storage facilities offer the same special on every storage unit they have in their inventory, while other facilities might offer different specials on selective storage units in their inventory. Kansas City storage facility specials change from day to day, depending on the storage facilities occupancy of a particular storage unit at that given time. Some storage facilities might not offer a discount on a storage unit.
Storage for rent in Kansas City, KS. Prices can vary based on storage unit sizes and it's amenities.
Self-Storage unit prices in Kansas City start as low as $13.00 per month. Typically smaller storage units are less expensive and are located on an upper floor or are stacked above another unit, requiring a rolling ladder to access the unit. You will also find that a lower floor or ground floor storage unit will typically cost you more money than a unit that is an upper floor that would require elevator access. The most common storage units are 5’ X 5’, 5’ X 10’, 10’ X 10’ and 10’ X 20’ and standard ceiling storage unit heights are 8 feet high. Storage unit doors could vary in width from 3’ to 8’ feet wide depending on unit size.
Whether a unit is climate controlled or a drive up, will determine the price. Usually, storage units which are climate controlled, air conditioned, are more expensive than drive up units accessible from the outside.
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Kansas City, KS is a great place to rent self-storage units.
Kansas City, Kansas, is home to nearly 150,000 residents, and the surrounding towns feature even more families and businesses that create a vibrant patchwork of diverse communities. Modern Kansas City was originally a group of several smaller municipalities that were consolidated in the 1880s including Armstrong, Armourdale, Wyandotte, and Riverview, as well as "old" Kansas City. Wyandotte was the first of the cities to see settlement and was settled by Wyandot Native Americans and a group of Methodist missionaries.
The region would see significant growth in the next few decades and eventually grow to one of the most populated areas of the state. Over its 128.38 square miles, the city today is home to several public parks and neighborhoods where families and businesses have lived and worked for generations. Employers like General Motors, Associated Wholesale Grocers, and Nebraska Furniture Mart employ thousands of people in and around the metropolitan area.
Traveling and commuting by car is common for families in Kansas City, and there are many notable roads in the city that make it easy to get to nearby cities like Shawnee, Merriam, Mission and Kansas City, MO, just across the river. Residents from all around the region come to Kansas City for easy access to their self-storage units, as well as conventions, festivals, recreation, and employment.
Self-storage in Kansas City keeps your possessions safe
Kansas City's location at the edge of Tornado Alley creates a volatile and stormy environment during certain months of the year, and the region is also prone to flooding and ice storms. With the potential for rainy and stormy weather, it becomes necessary to store items to keep them safe and dry. However, storing too many items inside a house can become cumbersome if the house doesn't have a good number of closets.
A self-storage unit in Kansas City, Kansas is a terrific solution to a shortage of closet space and a family or business's need to store items that shouldn't get wet or be left outside. Additionally, drive up units can make it easier to store large, outside items during the winter that must be brought inside for the season. For example, a family might store the lawn mower in the storage unit for the winter instead of having to store it in a small garage.
Business Self-Storage Units in Kansas City
Many very well-known businesses conduct business in and around Kansas City, and residents often find work at one of the local General Motors assembly plants. It's convenient for the region's many small businesses to take advantage of local storage units, particularly those that offer drive-up storage in Kansas City near zip codes that include 66102, 66104, 66106, 66109 and 66103.
A business might have inventory, machinery, or equipment that requires storage, but which is unwieldy and too large to bring to a storage unit that only offers walk-up options. With the significant network of interstate roads and highways that converge in Kansas City, business owners across the region can easily access their unit by getting on Interstate 70, Interstate 35, and Interstate 435, just to name a few.