Our Facility

The facility was designed with your storage needs in mind.
Hover over the map to see just how much space we offer!

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at the various means to accomidate you!

Key Pad Entry

With this, you have 24/7 access to the facility with your own unique code!

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A Look From Above

From here you can see just how expansive and secure the facility is!

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Climate Control

The climate control units used keep humidity and temperature regulated all year long!

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Front Gate

The heavy duty steal gate keeps the facility secure and can only be opened by your unique code!

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Indoor Units

The indoor climate controlled units keep items safe from the elements!

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Security Monitoring

The facility is under 24 hour surveillance!

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Large vehicle accomidations

The units are spaced to allow for large moving trucks to easily maneuver through the facility!

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Outdoor Units

These units are perfect for those items that are not susceptible to temperature or humidity!

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Our Units

What size unit will it take to accommodate your possessions?
We offer four basic sizes: 5’ X 10’ – 10’ X 10’ – 10’ X 15’ & 10’ X 20’

Outside Non-climate Controlled Units
vs
Inside Climate Controlled Units

Which type is determined by what you are storing. If you are storing items that are sensitive to heat, cold or humidity, such as fine furniture, art, electronics, commercial inventory, professional records, etc. then you should consider climate controlled. Otherwise, outside drive-up non climate controlled units handle the lion’s share of stored items.

Our climate controlled units have air conditioners with heat pumps and industrial size de-humidifiers to maintain selected temperatures and humidity levels year around.

5’ X 10’

50 sq.ft.

This is approximately the size of an average walk-in closet and will typically store the contents of an efficiency apartment.

  • 5’ X 10’
    Pricing

  • Non-Climate Controlled:
  • $40 Per Month
  • Climate Controlled:
  • $75 Per Month
  • Reserve

10’ X 10’

100 sq.ft.

This is equivalent to half a one car garage and will typically accommodate the contents of a one bedroom apartment.

  • 10’ X 10’
    Pricing

  • Non-Climate Controlled:
  • $50 Per Month
  • Climate Controlled:
  • $100 Per Month
  • Reserve

10’ X 15’

150 sq.ft.

This is equivalent to two thirds of a one car garage and will typically accommodate the contents of a two bedroom apartment.

  • 10’ X 15’
    Pricing

  • Non-Climate Controlled:
  • $60 Per Month
  • Climate Controlled:
  • $125 Per Month
  • Reserve

10’ X 20’

200 sq.ft.

This is equivalent to a full size one car garage and will typically accommodate the contents of a three bedroom house.

  • 10’ X 20’
    Pricing

  • Non-Climate Controlled:
  • $75 Per Month
  • Climate Controlled:
  • $150 Per Month
  • Reserve

Need Help

Stop by or give us a call and one of our associates will help you determine
the size of the unit required and the location.

Frequently Asked Questions

A few answers to questions you may have
about utilizing our facilities.

NHSS sends invoices via e-mail if you have one on record. If you request a statement by mail, there is a $1.00 charge per month.
Yes. There is a $5.00 late fee if charges are not paid by the fifth of the month. There is an additional $10.00 late fee if not paid by the fifteenth of the month.
Yes. Most customers use credit or debit cards as their preferred method of payment. Many use certain bill pay services. By using one of these methods of payment you can be assured that you will never incur a late fee due to lost or slow mail.
Each lease runs month to month. New tenants that move in during the month will have charges pro-rated. Tenants that move out during the month are not pro-rated.
You can visit us anytime during normal business hours for a tour of the facility. You should call us in advance if you wish to tour our facility after normal business hours or rent a unit.
You will need one form of government issued picture identification. A current address and telephone number in case we need to reach you. An e-mail address is also helpful. You will also be asked to provide the name, address and contact information of an emergency contact.
Someone other than the tenant would have to be the legal guardian or have power of attorney to sign the lease on behalf of the tenant. Otherwise, only the tenant can sign the lease.
If you need additional space, or less space, our management will be happy to accommodate you.
No. When you rent your unit you are required to place your own lock on it and only you will have the key. We do have locks for sale in our office.
Since we don’t keep duplicate keys a lost key would require that your lock be cut and replaced by you. North Hyatt Secure Storage offers lock cutting service at a cost of $50.00.
You are advised that you should obtain insurance on your possessions. NHSS Does Not insure your property since we don’t know what you have and have no idea of the value. Some homeowners and renters policies provide coverage for property in storage. You should check with your insurance agent to determine if your property in storage is covered.
Yes. Our facility was built to accommodate large trucks. Let us know in advance, however, and we may be able to locate your storage unit in area that is close to the front and therefore easier for the truck to maneuver.

Packing and Storage Tips

Do:
  • Use pallets, 2 x 4's, plywood, any thing that will keep your items off the floor of the unit.
  • Utilize all the space in your unit.  Make a plan as to how you are going to arrange your items.  A good plan will save you the time of having to rearrange your unit. Leave an aisle in the center of your unit so that you have a walk way to the back of the unit.
  • Use freestanding shelves to help organize your unit.
  • Label the boxes on all six sides and keep a list for easy reference.  This will save you time if you have to look for something in particular.  When packing boxes fill them without making them too heavy to lift.  Always put the heavier boxes on the bottom and the lighter ones on top of the heavier ones.  This will prevent boxes from being crushed. Keep boxes off the floor.
  • Be sure to store frequently used items at the front of the unit to avoid having to search for them.
  • To protect your items cover them with moving pads, sheets, or light blankets.
  • Be sure to check your unit once a month.
  • Disassemble items such as tables, bed frames, etc.  This will save space.  Wrap and label all pieces for an easier time when you have to reassemble them.  Put all hardware in bags and mark the bags accordingly.
  • When you disassemble electronics, such as computers, stereos, things that have numerous cords, place small colored stickers on the cord and the same color sticker where the cord goes.  This will save you the hassle of trying to figure out what goes where when it comes time to reassemble your electronics.  If possible, use the original boxes to store your electronics and other items.
  • Make sure that all appliances are clean and dry before storing them.  Leave appliances slightly ajar to prevent mildew.
  • If it is possible store couches on end. Stack chairs seat to seat.  Use the inside of appliances and drawers to store smaller items.  When stacking furniture use paper pads in between the items to avoid scratching.
  • Store mattresses and box springs on long edges.  Wrap for protection and elevate off the floor. Use two to three 2 x 4's cut to 1 foot long.
  • Store mirrors and paintings on end, not flat.  Pack books flat to protect their spines.
  • To prevent rusting rub a small amount of machine oil on metal tools, bicycles, and equipment.  Drain and clean all debris from all equipment before you store them.
  • When wrapping collectibles or anything breakable, tape it after you wrap it.  This should avoid mistaking them for excess paper to fill the box.  Use bubble wrap or unprinted paper to wrap breakables.  Group similar items together and mark the boxes accordingly.
  • Clothing and draperies should be stored in wardrobe boxes, on hangers, to retain their original shapes.
  • Purchase the insurance. If your belongings are worth storing, they are worth insuring.
  • Rubbermaid containers are great to store your items.  They have tight fitting lids and stack easily.  Keep the more valuable items in the rear of the unit.  This will prevent others from seeing them when you are in your unit.
  • Keep out of season clothes accessible, you may have your belongings in storage longer than anticipated.
  • Be aware of your surroundings when you are in your unit.  If you see a potential problem or anything suspicious alert the manager.
Don't:
  • Do not use plastic to cover your belongings.  It retains moisture.
  • Do not store any food items.  This will prevent any unwanted guests.
  • Do not pack your boxes so that they are too heavy to carry them.  Especially when you are packing books.
  • Do not assume that your homeowners or renters insurance will cover your belongings while in storage.  Purchase the insurance.
  • Do not give out your password, gate code or any information to any one that is not listed as having access.
  • Do not use printed newspaper for wrapping.  The ink may smudge and get on your items.
  • Do not forget to clean appliances before you store them.
  • Do not store any toxins or flammables such as paint, oil, or gasoline.

Moving Checklist

Use the form below to make your move much more bearable!

Moving Checklist

Things to Do

   Call or visit North Hyatt Secure Storage
        Determine Unit Size needed and availability to coincide with Moving Date.

   Call for a Moving Van/Truck
        Call U-Haul, Budget, Penske or Ryder and compare: Consider the Daily Rate, Mileage Rate, Insurance, any other Fees and Rental Location.
        Reserve a Vehicle that meets your needs for the Moving Date.

   Check the Weather Forecast for the Moving Date
        Directs attire, a need for extraordinary moving items

   Call friends/family to lend a hand on the Moving Date

     

     

     
  

Things to Purchase

   Boxes
        Use good quality boxes that can store some weight.

   Labels
        Be Descriptive – It can save you lots of time in the future
        Some boxes have labels printed on the box for your convenience.

   Permanent Marker

   Bubble Wrap or Packing Peanuts

   Protective Paper

   Packing Tape

   Blankets

   Rope and Straps

   Tarps
        Weather permitting

   Mattress and/or Couch/Furniture Covers

   Dolly or Cart
        We offer a Dolly or Cart for your convenience.

   Bottled Water and Snacks

   Gloves

     

     

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