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Texas is a great place to rent self-storage units and you will find that the most populated cities in Texas like Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Austin, Fort Worth, El Paso, Arlington, Plano, Midland, Carrolton and Irving, 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 Grand Prairie for free at these facilities and get great service and savings.
Find a Grand Prairie storage facility, compare Grand Prairie 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 Grand Prairie 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 Grand Prairie 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 Grand Prairie, or in nearby cities located in Irving, Arlington, Euless or in Duncanville is that fast, easy and affordable.
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Public Storage facilities in Grand Prairie, TX offer a variety of discounts to their customers. When searching for storage units Grand Prairie, 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. Grand Prairie 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 Grand Prairie, TX. Prices can vary based on storage unit sizes and it's amenities.
Self-Storage unit prices in Grand Prairie start as low as $11.05 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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Grand Prairie, TX is a great place to rent self-storage units.
Grand Prairie began its existence as a town named Dechman, and it was named after a man who bought property in the area in the early 1860s. After the arrival of the railroad and a post office later in the century, the area would see its named changed to Grand Prairie. Local mapmakers and the railroad operators had begun referring to the region as the "grand prairie of Texas," so the name was eventually given to the town, too.
The city wouldn't become incorporated until 1909, and the town's residents would create an important defense and aviation industry to support the country during the First World War and the country's successive conflicts. During the Second World War, Grand Prairie was home to a North American Aviation plant, and the plant was responsible for building the Consolidated B-24 Liberator.
Today, Grand Prairie boasts a healthy population of more than 175,000 and is sandwiched between Dallas on the east and Arlington on the west. Fort Worth is also to the west, so Grand Prairie is quite literally in the center of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Other well-known communities near Grand Prairie include Irving, Grapevine, and Carrollton.
Record Highs and Record Lows Need Climate Controlled Self-Storage
Many people who aren't from Texas assume the entire state is warm all year long and is blisteringly hot in the summer. However, Grand Prairie actually experiences regular seasons with average highs in the winter reaching an average of just 56 degrees in January and an average of 96 degrees in August. These large variations in temperature mean that climate controlled self-storage units in Grand Prairie are quite valuable for keeping fragile possessions in good condition no matter the weather.
One of the benefits of climate controlled storage is that the steady temperature also reduces the changes in humidity, which can impact certain items people choose to store. Wide variations in temperature and large changes in humidity can increase the rate at which cardboard boxes age, and climate control is the best way to ensure boxes last as long as possible to protect their contents.
Convenient Self-Storage Units for Growing Families
Grand Prairie residents in zip codes that include 75052, 75050, 75051, 75054 and 75053 may all experience large variations in temperature during the year, and a self-storage unit is an excellent way to store items that would otherwise sit in the garage and experience large swings in temperature during the year. For example, a young family might want to store baby clothes and toys after one child outgrows them but before the family welcomes a new addition.
Right before the new baby is born, the family can bring the minivan or SUV over to a drive-up self-storage unit in Grand Prairie and load up all the toys and infant clothing to return them to the house. It's helpful for parents to have those valuable items on hand until the next child is born but have the option to store the items in a safe, secure place like a self-storage unit.