Size Guide - Burlington Storage Units

Size Guide

John Doe


5' x 5'

This unit yields 25 square feet of space. That is an excellent size to store all of your extra items, like garden tools, seasonal items, office supplies, or your miscellaneous boxes.

Josh Clark


5' x 10'

This unit yields 50 square feet of space, perfect for storing an entire bedroom or office. Remodeling a bedroom or office? You can keep all of the contents here during construction.

Mary Jane


10' x 10'

Did you just buy a new house and need to move out of your small apartment, but the house is still being built? This 100 square foot unit should hold all your items! It is ideal for storing an entire living room and two full bedrooms.

Nix Maxwell


10' x 20'

In-between homes and need to store all of your family’s belongings? This is the perfect space for you, perfect for 5 bedrooms, and larger items like washers, dryers and refrigerators.

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Storage & Packing Tips

For your convenience, we offer a variety of packing and moving supplies at a great price. If unsure how to store an item, ask one of our associates for advice.


  • Label boxes on the sides so they can be stacked and identified
  • Put heavier items on bottom to prevent crushing
  • Use plastic totes for items such as clothing, linens and photographs. If not using a climate controlled unit, seal the totes with tape to prevent moisture and dampness
  • Keep fragile items stored together in an area less likely to be knocked or banged
  • Use clean paper for wrapping, printed newspaper ink will transfer to wrapped items


  • Protect items with blankets and plastic
  • Put all hardware in marked bags and use packing tape to attach to unpainted surface of disassembled items
  • Protect easily banged furniture with bubble or shrink wrap
  • Turn couches and tables on end and stack boxes in open space
  • Stand mirrors and artwork upright wrapped in bubble wrap or blankets


  • Store frequently accessed items towards the front of the unit
  • Use shelving (free standing) for organization
  • Leave an aisle to be able to access items at back of unit
  • Appliances

  • Ensure kitchen appliances are clean and dry to prevent mold & mildew, and to not entice rodents.
  • Leave fridges and freezers slightly open