People like to hold on to certain things for different reasons. Nostalgia can hit at any moment, and when it does, we want to have things that can give us a feeling as close as possible to the first one we experienced.It can be your first suit that you wore to your high school graduation. It can be your study lamp that got you through many tough nights in college.It can even be the first couch you bought after getting your first job.
However, Miami moves fast; you may not always have space in your home to keep all these things that have sentimental value to you.
Enter public storage spaces, the answer to your storage problems.For a small monthly price, you get to keep all the things you value in a small enclosed area where only you can access.These storage spaces are not all the same. Some companies provide better storage spaces than others.
Here are the best five public storage Miami spaces:
1.Storage Post Miami–Little Havana
Security is a prominent feature of this company with surveillance cameras placed in several areas around the building. They accept cash and checks as well as Visa/MasterCard, AMEX, and Discover. A security deposit will be required before moving in.You can access your valuables at any time of the day.The smallest unit is a four by four for $42 while the largest is a ten by twenty-two for $219.
2.Value Store It – Little Havana
This storage facility accepts both cash and checks. You can also pay via Visa/MasterCard.You will not be required to pay a security deposit before you move in.However, they do not have 24-hour access, and the kiosk in the facility does not operate for 24 hours.Their smallest unit is a five by five for $35 while their largest unit is a ten by twenty for $349.
3.Extra Space Storage – Miami Gardens
This company is keen on ensuring a risk-free reservation. You do not have to pay until you move in and you can easily change your reservation online.A security deposit is not required. The payment methods are cash, checks, Visa/MasterCard, AMEX, and Discover.
However, it does not provide 24-hour access to your storage space, and the in-house kiosk does not operate for 24 hours.Their smallest unit is a five by five for $48 while their largest unit is a ten by thirty for $357.
4.Safeguard Self Storage – Design District
Cash, checks, Visa/MasterCard, AMEX, and Discover, are acceptable payment methods for this facility.You will not be required to pay a security deposit before moving in.Only business users can get 24-hour access to their storage space, but they have to pay an additional monthly fee.Their smallest unit is a one point five by five for $41 while their largest unit is a fifteen by sixteen for $467.
5.Extra Space Storage – Hialeah, 6th Street
The rent at this facility is due on the same day each month when the lease started. Payment methods are Cash, checks, Visa/MasterCard, AMEX, and Discover.No security deposit is required. The facility does not have 24-hour access, and the kiosks in the premise do not operate for 24 hours.Their smallest unit is a five by five for $31 while their largest unit is a twenty by twenty-five for $456.