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Keeping your Keepsakes in Central Texas

As the state's public capital and the home of the University of Texas Longhorns, the Live Music Capital of the World offers a unique perspective when it comes to Texans - its citizens are lovingly known for trying to "Keep Austin Weird."

If you are looking to rent units for keeping your things safe, renting at AAA is your best choice. From home owners to apartment dwellers, including students, government employees, military personnel, and both small and large business owners alike, thousands of Central Texans rely on their local AAA facilities for providing all types of units locally!

A quickly-growing metropolitan area means that people and businesses are moving in and around the area. And when residents and business owners are moving into and out of homes, apartments, and office space, the need for secure self storage is never greater. Wether you're storing household items, vehicles & RVs or business use, AAA is your best choice.

So if you need to rent mini storing units, the smart public comes to AAA. We understand that the local rental mini warehouse market offers several choices for you; that is why we are dedicated to your full and absolute satisfaction. We provide a full breath of options including climate controlled units, standard drive up units, boat parking, RV parking and car parking. More Capital City info here.

Our Professional Guidance

Thinking about moving to the area?  You should know that one of the most fascinating aspects about living here is that that the public experience housing pricing actually 15% below the national standard. That's no surprise that this city is actually one of the most prominent metros in Texas. If you do plan to move here, you'll do well to rent mini warehouse units from AAA.

Success Tips for Storing

Self-service storing in the area is needed for many reasons. People such as yourself will often store items that are not immediately needed during a move. They may also use these locations while in college, on a missionary trip, or when in the military because they can securely store their items without burdening family or friends. The facilities are also used for people in the middle of a home renovation (or after downsizing) or to store excess business inventory. These companies even offer a way for people to keep seasonal items protected, but out of the way when they are not in-season.

Why it is needed may be easy to understand, but many folks are not always sure about how to utilize these locations properly. This lack of understanding of the rules of the facilities is why some people lose their property, are asked to leave, or may even result in their property getting damaged. If you are planning on renting space from a public self storage in Austin, here are a few tips everyone should be aware of before you sign any agreement.

Understand the Rules

Not every company will have the same rules or procedures for running their business. Make certain you thoroughly read any documentation they provide before you agree to rent. They may have limited hours you can visit, may require you to purchase your own locks, or insist you use only what they provide. You may need to rent the space for a minimum amount of time. Not following their expectations could cause you to be in breach of a signed contract and be forced to relocate your property.

Know the Business Hours

Make certain their schedule and yours will work together. Some sites allow people to access their units 24 hours a day. Others require that the grounds stay locked up tight throughout the night, allowing only limited access in the middle of the night. Know which is allowed at the facility you are considering, and be certain it is acceptable for your needs.

Choose an Engaged Company

Choose a company that provides you a contact number for customer service as well as one that has invested in security, either through on-site managers (who live right on the grounds) or with surveillance systems. Climate controlled rooms, fire suppression systems for multi-story buildings, and clean and well-maintained grounds are also good indicators of a company that is run correctly.

Be Aware of What you Can and Should Store

Be sensible in the items you put in your unit. Never bring in food, liquid, or anything that could attract pests, mold, or mildew. This includes any type of plants or pet food. Never store flammable or explosive items of any kind, including cleaning supplies and paint. If tools like chainsaws or lawnmowers are to be stored, make certain their fuel tanks are empty.

Aside from using the units correctly to ensure you are following their rules, it is also a good idea to know how to pack and store items to keep your own property safe. There are some very simple tips that can make a big difference.

  • Only use sturdy boxes or plastic containers with lids.
  • Avoid overfilling boxes to keep them from becoming too heavy.
  • Wrap the corners of all furnishings with cardboard or bubble wrap to prevent scrapes and dings (on the furniture and the walls) during moving and renting a unit.
  • Save out old blankets to cover soft furnishings and to place between furniture and items stored on top of them. They can also be used to wrap artwork.
  • Avoid stacking items from the floor to the ceiling. Even if the bottom box survives, you are still at risk of a stack tipping onto someone while they are in the unit. This could be painful for adults, but deadly for small children.
  • Avoid listing on the box what is inside. Label with a letter code or number and keep a chart. This will keep your items private and prevent passers-by from knowing what type of valuables you may have.

It is not uncommon for people who come to AAA in Austin to rent as small a unit as possible and then cram in their property. This leads to damaged belongings and makes it difficult to find anything when it is needed. A better answer is to carefully sort items and eliminate anything unnecessary prior to packing them. This can help to reduce the amount that needs to be stored and make it possible to have that smaller unit and still be able to move around inside.

Whether you live or work in the greater Metro area, Del Valle, Pflugerville, Round Rock, or Taylor Texas, we have a local facility near you. And our professional AAA managers are ready to help you preserve your most prized possessions. Find all of our local-area properties here: Austin TXPflugerville Texas, Round Rock Texas, and Taylor TX.

Visit the AAA facility nearest you and discover the "AAA Difference!" where we are Delivering Professional Service and Unmatched Quality for Excellence Every Day!

The 8 Biggest Mistakes Austinites Make When Storing:

Have you seen our YouTube video series on The 8 Biggest Mistakes People Make and How to Avoid Them?  From "Free 24-hour Access" to choosing a locker on low price alone, these eight mistakes could wreak havoc on your storing experience.  Watch the first video below, or click here to watch all eight videos in a row.

MISTAKE #1: Never Choose Rental Units that offer Free 24-Hour Access to everybody.
Watch the video to learn more.



11.6 miles

AAA Storage Dessau

13601 Dessau Road

Austin, TX 78660

Call Now: (512) 982-0097

14.3 miles

AAA Storage Pflugerville

445 FM 685

Pflugerville, TX 78660

Call Now: (512) 368-7286

20 miles

AAA Storage Round Rock

3501 Sunrise Rd

Round Rock, TX 78665

Call Now: (512) 522-0857

28.2 miles

AAA Storage Junction

380 US-183

Liberty Hill, TX 78642

Call Now: (512) 817-1004

30.3 miles

AAA Storage N Main & Postal Center

3706 N Main St

Taylor, TX 76574

Call Now: (512) 309-1663