Across the country, thousands of RV owners are wondering, if they can afford indoor RV storage, or any type of RV storage. Is it too costly? Where does one find storage facilities for RVs? Can you trust those storage facilities? Winter is coming fast, and now is the time to ask those questions and hopefully find a satisfactory answer for each of them.
We tackle those questions in this article, posted by Blue Mound 287 Self Storage, serving the Greater Fort Worth area. Call us at 817-439-1380 for all of your storage needs.
What storage facilities offer indoor RV storage?
You might be surprised how many self storage facilities offer indoor RV storage. Blue Mound 287 Self Storage does offer it, and we know quite a few others, in other cities, do as well. The problem with indoor RV storage is in having a storage unit large enough to handle the large RVs. At Blue Mound, our two largest storage units are 10’x30’ and 20’x30’. Those measurements are more than enough for standard RVs under twenty-seven feet in length. The width is no problem, with most RVs eight feet in width, or less, so the only question is the length of your RV. As a general rule, under 27’ is good and over is too long.
Is indoor RV storage too expensive?
Again, using our own Blue Mound 287 Self Storage as an example, you can expect to pay in the neighborhood of $250-$400 per month for RV storage, depending upon the size of the storage unit, whether you opt for climate controlled storage, and other factors. Electricity is found in those units, meaning you can spend the winter months detailing your RV and making minor repairs to it.
Remember, for that money, you are receiving topnotch secure self storage, with security monitoring, on-site management, a gated facility, and personalized entry keycards. There can be no doubt that such RV storage is infinitely more secure than parking your RV in your driveway with a tarp draped over it, meaning your RV is protected from damaging weather over the winter months, and that is a savings which really needs to be considered.
Can you find a trustworthy Indoor RV storage facility?
Well, if you live in the Fort Worth area, the answer is yes, and that yes is attached to our Blue Mound 287 Self Storage. If you live elsewhere, the only way to find out how trustworthy a storage facility is would be to ask for references and follow-up on those references, or inquire with the local Better Business Bureau about possible complaints of poor business practices. Word spreads quickly, in any community, about poor business practices, so it won’t take you long to find out about a storage facility company.
The final word about indoor RV storage and its cost: the cost of storage must we weighed with security and protection from the elements factored in. If you consider $300 a month too expensive, consider what it would cost if vandals damaged your RV while it is parked in your driveway, or consider replacement costs if your RV is damaged by a severe hailstorm.
And for any other questions about any type of storage, from car storage to boat storage to storage of your patio furniture, call Blue Mound 287 Self Storage, the storage experts in the Greater Fort Worth area.