Published: August 17, 2020
Insurance is a great idea when you’ve put items in storage, especially if you are not covered by a homeowner’s or renter’s policy.
Whatever you’ve stored has value. For a few more dollars, you can buy some added peace of mind until you decide to bring your possessions home again.
Expect to pay about 50 cents to $2 per $100 of the value of the stored items for an insurance policy. For $1,000 of coverage, figure on paying $6 a month. Independent insurers might offer up to $15,000 in coverage for $20-25 a month.
If you want to use your homeowner’s or renter’s policy, you usually can.
Our state of the art storage containers, with a 12 ft. or 16 ft. option, are affordable, weather resistant, and suitable for long-term or short-term storage. That container will stay at our secure, climate-controlled storage facility.
Whichever way you choose to insure, the important thing is making certain your valuables are protected. Remember, they are valuable to you. You may entrust to us any storable items, such as household goods, furniture, excess inventory, equipment, and almost anything and everything else.