Important Guidelines

  • Always store your goods with a member of the Texas Self Storage Association.

  • Use the best lock possible to protect your valuable.

  • Purchase insurance on your property.  Storage facility is not responsabile for the contents of your unit. Insurance is the responsability of the customer

  • Don't store prohibited items such as tires, food, or flammable items.

  • Keep a copy of the written rental agreement and read the rules and regulations of the facility.

  • Your property could be sold at a public aution if you stop paying rent on your unit. Texas Property Code Chapters 59 and 70 dictate the State's rules.

Packing Tips

  • Fill boxes to capacity. Partially full or bulging boxes may collapse or tip over while stored.

  • Label your cartons and goods.This will make accessing items much easier.

  • Dishes and glassware: Glass items should be individually wrapped; "nest" cups and bowls, stand plates and platters; fill air pockets with wrapping paper or foam peanuts; dont put breakables under other boxes.

  • Mirrors, windows, screens: Wrap all glass well; store on edge, not flat.

  • Lamps: Pack lamp shades separately; use blank paper to wrap lamp shades and other property that may be damaged by ink stains from regular newsprint.

  • Furniture: Stand sofas and mattresses on end; disassemble beds and tables; wrap legs in wrapping paper; keep upholstery off floor; place loose light plastic dust covers and sheets over furniture.

  • Appliances and electronics: Clean appliances thoroughly.  Refrigerators and freezers must be defrosted and dry and washing machines completely drained. 

  • Clothes: Wardrobe boxes allow you to store your clothing on hangers. Shoes can be stored in the bottom of the wardrobe boxes, while folded clothing can be stored in boxes or dresser drawers.