Tips for holiday storage unit use after the holiday season - Winnipeg Self-Storage - Temperature Controlled Storage Unit Winnipeg - StorageVille

When the holidays wrap up, we must start thinking about how to wrap up our Christmas and seasonal items. We suggest using self-storage units to help you store these seasonal items. Storage units offered by StorageVille will help you maintain a clutter-free home and keep your decorations in a temperature-controlled safe environment. Here are some of our best holiday storage unit tips to prevent damage to your favorite Christmas decorations so they are around for years to come.

Holiday storage unit used for your decorations

Ornament storage

Tips for holiday storage unit use after the holiday season - Winnipeg Self-Storage - Temperature Controlled Storage Unit Winnipeg - StorageVilleIf you have the original packaging for your ornaments, this tends to be the best way for keeping them safe and damage-free. If the original packaging is long gone, you can simply tissue wrap the items and place them into plastic containers for safekeeping. Post holidays, you are sure to find some bin specific containers for ornament storage.

Bag storage for artificial trees

We find that bag storage for trees works better than the original box they came in. Using a storage bag for your tree allows you more freedom to either stand it up or lay it down depending on the dimensions of your storage unit. Also, remember, you can’t bring your real tree into our storage units. And, it won’t last from year-to-year.

Light Storage

We both know that your lights are never getting back in those original packages, it was hard enough to get them out. The best way to store lights is making use of cardboard. You can wrap your lights around cardboard and place them into plastic bins or even use gift wrap paper rolls that you plan to trash.

Labelling boxes and containers

Tips for holiday storage unit use after the holiday season - Winnipeg Self-Storage - Temperature Controlled Storage Unit Winnipeg - StorageVilleWhen you rent a storage unit you want to make it easy on yourself to find your belongings quickly. Labeling the outside of your containers – or using clear plastic bins – can help you stay organized.

Rack or shelving for your holiday storage

One of the biggest complaints we hear about is how holiday decor can take over storage space. To keep your holidays related stuff from over-running your storage unit, set up a holiday storage-specific shelving. Then, keep it in one place of your unit with all holiday items placed there.

Hang up what you fold

We know it’s easy to fold up that tree skirt or curtains you break out for the holidays and throw them into a box. Use hangers to store folded items and cover them with plastic bags to protect them from elements. They will be ready to hang immediately, no ironing needed, and save you time next year when decorating. If you are unable to locate a hanging rack – we can help. StorageVille carries a variety of moving and packing products including a wardrobe box with a hanger bar that allows hangers to be placed.

Holiday storage unit use – make it your resolution!

Ready to organize your holiday decorations with Storageville? Give us a call so you can start to free up much-needed space in your home. We offer temperature controlled storage units to keep your holiday investments safe and free from damage. For northeast Winnipeg – 123 Reenders Drive or call 204.272.4687 and for southwest Winnipeg – 830 Waverley Street or call 204.272.4533. Alternatively, request a quote online through our website!

Five reasons to rent a storage unit in winter - Self-Storage Winnipeg - Winnipeg Storage Units - Temperature Controlled Storage Units - StorageVille

Five reasons to rent a storage unit in winter - Self-Storage Winnipeg - Winnipeg Storage Units - Temperature Controlled Storage Units - StorageVilleFall is the time of year to enjoy the scenery. Just take in the sights and get out your warm clothes. Hunting season, Thanksgiving and Christmas are just around the corner. It’s a beautiful season and admit it, sometimes you let things go as the temperatures drop and you stare into the woods waiting for snow. It happens every year. You’re not alone if you debate whether to rent a storage unit in winter. Being frugal, some may decide not to, but here are five reasons to rent a storage unit this winter.

Renting a storage unit in winter makes your car happy

With snow starting as early as November in Winnipeg, with the temperature dropping quickly, combines for reasons to be outside less. A scene any Winnipegger all knows too well – stepping outside to clean the car off, start it, and letting it run for several minutes before driving to your destination. Because of the additional time this has taken, now you’re running late. This is all because you have no room in your garage for your car. If you had rented that storage unit, your garage would be free of the clutter. This allows room for your car, which is always clean and ready to go. There’s no more worrying about planning an extra half an hour in the morning this winter, thanks to your storage unit.

The storage unit keeps summer yard tools safe

Every spring is the same story. The thawing snow gives way to your property in dire need of maintenance. The gutters need cleaning and the lawn is due for some patching. Digging through the garage only to find things broken or missing is never fun. A storage unit keeps your yard tools away from rummaging hands and out of your way in the winter. When you need the weed whacker, it’s not twisted up under your daughter’s science project from last semester, thanks to a rented storage unit in winter.

Christmas is hassle-free

Five reasons to rent a storage unit in winter - Self-Storage Winnipeg - Winnipeg Storage Units - Temperature Controlled Storage Units - StorageVilleWhat does Christmas have to do with renting a storage unit in winter? When family members are coming for Christmas, someone inevitably yells, “Go find the bedding for the spare rooms. Get the boxes of decorations too.” Finding your great grandmother’s ornament shattered in the bottom of a box is a bad start to your holidays. Replacing broken bulbs in your Christmas lights can seem like it takes forever. There won’t be any broken ornaments, bulbs or moth bitten pillowcases if they have been tucked away safely in a storage unit this winter.

Batteries, bikes and mowers

Buying new batteries to replace the ones that froze can damper spending time on your toys or maintenance tools in the summer. There’s nothing worse than getting ready to mow the lawn for the first time but the mower won’t start. Maybe it’s your son’s dirt bike or the summer car you parked covered in the backyard that’s giving you trouble. Thanks to renting a temperature-controlled storage unit in winter, you won’t be wasting time and money replacing batteries that no longer hold a charge. Your summer vehicles will thank you too.

Continuous home improvements are better with a storage unit in winter

Are you a family of “do-it-yourself-ers” as the dull months of winter stretch on? Cabin fever is a good time to paint that bedroom or fix up those rustic kitchen cabinets. Your “to-do list” may have dozens of projects to improve your home and property. However, many projects around the house take up a lot of room. Drop cloths, lumber, tools and a whole bunch of other things get spread around. Renting a storage unit in winter is a good way to manage your space. Use what you need when you need it and store the rest. Your children will thank you and the house will feel more organized, relieving everyone’s cabin fever in a small way.

Those who called StorageVille and rented a storage unit in winter saved money, promoted domestic tranquillity and found a way to organize better. We urge that this sort of planning and organization will only make life better. If the simple act of renting a storage unit in winter did this for our customers, imagine what it can do for you. Maybe your family is different, but odds are you could come up with more reasons to call StorageVille this winter. Reach out to us at the location which is most convenient for you – for Waverley call: 204.272.4533 or for Reenders call: 204.272.4687 – or visit our website and contact us for all general inquiries.

How a storage unit can help prepare your home for winter - Winnipeg Storage Units - Temperature Controlled Storage Units - StorageVille

It’s that time of year again when the sun sets sooner, and the outdoor temperatures in Winnipeg begin to drop. The shift in weather means it’s time to prepare your home for winter. Not sure what you need to do? In this guide, we’ll go over some basic steps you should take, and show you why a storage unit is your best friend when it comes to preparing for the long, chilly Winnipeg winter!

How a storage unit can help prepare your home for winter – interior maintenance

How a storage unit can help prepare your home for winter - Winnipeg Storage Units - Temperature Controlled Storage Units - StorageVilleWhen it comes to the inside of your home, there are a few basic things you should do. You should winterize your A/C by grabbing your tarp or A/C cover from your storage unit. Ensure your tarp and A/C unit are clean so that it will be ready for next summer. Finally, shut off the power and insulate and cover the A/C unit. For window-mounted A/C units – you may be able to remove the entire unit and store it in your storage unit during the off-season.

Next up, you’ll want your furnace is inspected and your ductwork is cleaned. We recommend for optimal performance, and thus heating cost savings, to schedule maintenance every year. You may also want to have a professional review your water heater. Besides professional servicing – be sure to change or clean your furnace filters every couple of months.

Beyond that, check for drafts near windows and doors. If you feel cold air entering your home, add new weather-stripping, caulking or cellular blinds which help reduce energy consumption. You’ll also want to pull your storm windows out of your storage unit and replace your summer screens.

Finally, it’s also a good idea to check the insulation in your home, and around your pipes. You may want to add more insulation around your pipes to ensure that they remain warm, and don’t freeze during cold snaps. Frozen pipes can easily burst, which can cause major water damage.

How a storage unit can help prepare your home for winter – exterior maintenance

How a storage unit can help prepare your home for winter - Winnipeg Storage Units - Temperature Controlled Storage Units - StorageVilleBefore it gets too cold, you’ll want to inspect your roof and chimney to ensure there are no leaks. The winter elements are harsh on roofs especially, with potential snow and ice buildup. If there are signs of damage, it’s best to hire a professional unless you know what you’re looking for (and you’re not afraid of heights!). A proactive way to prevent ice damming and other issues, that could damage your roof, is to clean your gutters and eavestroughs.

In addition to roofing related maintenance, we suggest putting away your yard decorations, seasonal furniture, and flower pots. You don’t want them exposed to the frigid temperatures and moisture all year long. These items are perfect for storing in your storage unit. They will be out of your way during the winter. In the summer, a short drive to your storage unit is all it takes to start setting up your backyard paradise again.

How a storage unit can help prepare your home for winter – garage items

How a storage unit can help prepare your home for winter - Winnipeg Storage Units - Temperature Controlled Storage Units - StorageVilleOnce summer activities are finished, you’ll likely have your camping gear, kayaks, paddle boards, bicycles all needing indoor storage for winter. Storing these items in your garage will reduce the amount of real estate available. We suggest storing your equipment in a temperature-controlled storage unit. It’s best if you free up enough space for your primary vehicle to fit into your garage. Parking inside is the best way to protect your vehicle from road salt, as well as extreme cold.

Extremely cold temperatures can cause engine oil and other lubricants to become sludgy, which has potential to harm the engine. The cold can wreak havoc on your car batteries, causing them to freeze. Consider organizing and storing away bicycles, athletic gear, and other equipment that you won’t be using during the winter in your storage unit. A little organization now can go a long way to giving you more space in your garage.

Rent a storage unit from StorageVille today and be prepared for the winter!

At StorageVille we want you to be ready for winter in Winnipeg.  Our storage units come in a variety of sizes, we offer temperature-controlled storage units, our staff is the most knowledgeable in the business, and you can request a quote online. With two convenient locations123 Reenders for north and east Winnipeg and 830 Waverley for south and west Winnipeg – there’s no excuse to get caught by the cold.

For fast and friendly service, contact us today! For the Waverley location, call 204.272.4533 or for the Reenders location, call 204.272.4687.

Three reasons to rent a summer storage unit in Winnipeg - Storage Winnipeg - StorageVille

Clean the garage to fit your car - Three reasons to rent a summer storage unit in Winnipeg - Winnipeg Storage - StorageVilleA summer storage unit in Winnipeg is a great investment. With a storage unit, you can declutter your space, and ensure all of your valuables stay safe, secure, and intact. Wondering why you should invest in a summer storage unit in Winnipeg? Here are three good reasons.

Free up space in your garage for your car

If you’ve got a two-car garage in Winnipeg, the chances are that most of your space is taken up by items like bikes, rafting supplies, canoes, fishing gear, hockey equipment, winter tires and other recreational equipment and athletic gear.

Bulky seasonal equipment and items - Three reasons to rent a summer storage unit in Winnipeg - Winnipeg Storage - StorageVilleIf you get an inexpensive, non-temperature-controlled storage unit, you can move the gear that you infrequently use to a nearby storage facility, and fit another car in your garage!

Extra space in your garage has numerous benefits. First, your cars will stay cool in the shade all summer long. Storing in a garage will prevent UV damage and keep the vehicle’s interior comfortable. You will have reduced clutter, and still, have easy access to all of the gear you use less frequently!

Store and protect valuable items in Winnipeg

Whether you’re living in a home, apartment, or condo in Winnipeg, you probably have a few valuable items that you want to protect from the Winnipeg summer weather. With high humidity, heat, rain and occasionally hail, there are many ways the weather could damage your belongings.

For example, if you have a non-air-conditioned basement or a non-temperature controlled storage locker at your condo, you may be harming your valuable items by storing them there. High heat and humidity in Winnipeg can damage books, records, furniture, keepsakes and hand-me-downs, and antiques.

With a temperature controlled storage unit in Winnipeg, you’ll be able to de-clutter the interior of your home, and still keep your valuables in great shape.

Enjoy enhanced safety and security

Private pass code protected gate access - Three reasons to rent a summer storage unit in Winnipeg - Winnipeg Storage - StorageVilleWith a StorageVille storage unit, another benefit is your belongings will be protected with increased security measures. We have 24-hour security cameras and 6-foot tall perimeter fencing. Additionally, we have private pass code protected gate access and individually alarmed storage units to keep your items safe.

Typically, this level of security is not the case if you are using an on-site storage facility at your condo or apartment. Often, apartment storage lockers are small and non-temperature controlled. As well, they are also usually not alarmed. Also, they’re usually only secured by a padlock or a combination lock, which is easy to cut with bolt-cutters. Burglary at apartment storage lockers is quite common in Winnipeg.

If you choose to rent a secure storage unit at StorageVille, you can rest easy knowing that multiple levels of security protect your valuables. That, alone, is well worth the investment!

Interested in a summer storage unit in Winnipeg? Come to StorageVille today!

At StorageVille, we offer both temperature controlled storage units and non-temperature controlled storage units. All our storage units are highly secure, and our two Winnipeg locations are convenient. Talk to a member of our team and receive a quote for a storage unit that fits your needs and budget today!

Classic car storage – spring tune-up tips after winter storage - Storage Winnipeg - StorageVille

Classic car storage – spring tune-up tips after winter storage - Storage Winnipeg - StorageVilleAt StorageVille, we offer classic car storage two ways and at two locations; indoor storage units or outdoor storage for many of our customers. With spring fast arriving, maybe you’ve just removed your car from the protection of one our storage units after taking advantage of our winter car promotion – what should happen next? After a long Winnipeg winter, it’s time to tune up your classic car, and go for a drive!

While you can’t perform maintenance on the StorageVille lot or inside of the storage unit, we compiled tips on how to get your car into great shape once you bring it out of storage. Our first suggestion is to take it to your garage or a service centre to perform the maintenance. Read on, and learn our top tips!

After classic car storage – check your car’s fluids

You’ll want to check and top up all of your car’s fluids, including:

  • Windshield wiper fluid
  • Coolant
  • Power steering fluid
  • Brake fluid
  • Engine oil

If any of your fluids are low, consider topping them up. And, if they are more than a year or two old, consider having fluid lines flushed and the fluid replaced to ensure proper vehicle operation.

After classic car storage – check under the hood and engine compartment

After you check the fluids, complete a comprehensive check under the hood and engine compartment. Make sure that nothing looks out of place. Check for oil spots or any other fluids that may be leaking throughout the engine compartment.

After classic car storage – check oil, filters, and battery

Your oil should be checked again, as should your oil filter. Usually, if you have kept your classic car in storage for more than several months, your oil and filter should both be changed before you start driving again.

Classic car storage – spring tune-up tips after winter storage - Storage Winnipeg - StorageVilleAlso, check the engine filter to see if it’s clean and check the cabin air filter. Finally, you should examine the battery and look for corrosion. If it’s an older-style lead-acid battery that is not sealed, you may need to add some water to the battery.

After classic car storage – check hoses, belts, and blades

You’ll want to examine the car’s hoses and belts. Check them for any signs of excessive wear and breakage. Especially in older cars, after an extended period of non-use, the rubber can deteriorate and become brittle. You may see small cracks or “runs” in the rubber. If you do, these belts need to be replaced.

In addition to the belts and hoses, you should check all fan blades to make sure they are clean, in good condition, and unobstructed.

After classic car storage – check the tires

After classic car storage, your tires will likely need to be inflated. Most gas stations have an air station, so you can pump the tires up yourself. Bring along a pressure gauge and check them to ensure they are inflated to the correct PSI.

If you don’t check and fill your tires, you could reduce your gas mileage or increase your risk of a tire blowout.

Also, you should complete a visual check of your tires for wear. If the tread seems worn out, or if you see cracks in the rubber, you will need to replace them.

After classic car storage – clean the interior and exterior

Classic car storage – spring tune-up tips after winter storage - Storage Winnipeg - StorageVilleNow you’re nearly ready to ride. Inspect the interior to get rid of any trash or debris that may have been left inside from the previous season. Then, wipe the interior surfaces with a high-quality interior cleaner, and wash any rubber mats that may be in the car. Then, lay on the interior polish to ensure your car shines. You can do this yourself, or take your car to a car wash for detailing.

Then, proceed with giving your car’s exterior a well-deserved bath. Scrub all parts of the vehicle to ensure any grime and dust is removed from the outside. Ensure you’re using high-quality materials when washing your classic car, so the paint doesn’t scratch. Finally, as your car dries in the warm spring air, polish the wheels and shine the tires – which will further give your classic car the “wow” factor, as you drive past people while you’re cruising.

Follow these tips – and enjoy your classic car this summer!

That’s it! Once you’ve completed this basic checklist, your classic car should be good to go! Enjoy the warm weather, and have fun with your classic car – summer is only here for a few short months.

Remember to contact us early for next season’s storage. Typically, bookings of our storage units for the purpose of storing classic cars can start as early as September. Our larger storage units, either 10×20 or 10×30 are in limited supply! As well, check back often or Like us on Facebook to learn about promotions we have in the fall.

When (and why) you should use temperature controlled storage units - Storage Winnipeg - Winnipeg Self Storage - StorageVille

Temperature controlled storage units for cold temperatures - Storage Winnipeg - Winnipeg Self Storage - StorageVilleIf you’re thinking about investing in a storage unit from StorageVille, you may be wondering if you should choose a temperature controlled storage unit, or a more traditional storage unit. Some items will be just fine to store in non-temperature controlled storage units.  Since a non-temperature controlled unit is usually less expensive, many people automatically choose a unit without temperature control.

What are the benefits of temperature controlled storage units?

Air conditioning in the summer; heating in the winter. If you choose to rent a temperature controlled storage unit, you will enjoy many benefits.

  • Protection from extreme temperatures

    This is important in areas where you get extremely hot summers and cold winters. In Winnipeg, for example, summer temperatures can skyrocket to 30+ degrees Celsius. In the winter, the weather brings windy, -20C weather.

  • Better air quality

    Since the temperature is controlled, within the self-contained building, the air quality is better as opposed to the non-temperature controlled units which is similar to storing in a garage with overhead door exposed to the outside.

    However, that’s not to say non-temperature controlled don’t have their place. Generally, anything you might have to store such as bikes, tires, BBQ’s or other garage or shed items are best suited for this type of storage unit.

  • Less exposure to dust and debris

    Filtration systems are available for temperature controlled units.  You don’t have to worry about your valuables being exposed to dust, dirt, and other debris.

  • Humidity control

    For valuable collections such as records, CDs, furniture, and other heirlooms such as photographs from the past, humidity control is critical. Variations in humidity can lead to cracking and damage to valuable items. While we don’t claim to control the humidity, controlling the temperature will help the humidex levels in the storage unit. Air conditioned storage buildings by their very nature do draw out significant amounts of humidity.

  • Better security

    Just like our non-temperature controlled units, the temperature controlled storage units are all alarmed and monitored and the entrance doors are passcode protected.

What items should I store in a temperature controlled storage unit?Temperature controlled storage units for household belongings - Storage Winnipeg - Winnipeg Self Storage - StorageVille

As a general rule, if it is coming from the interior of your home, its best if it is stored in a temperature controlled storage unit. This type of storage unit will offer better storage performance for all items. However, there are a few kinds of items that benefit particularly from being in a heat and humidity-controlled environment.

Here is what we recommend for you to store in a temperature controlled storage unit.

  • Valuable furniture

    Wood and leather furniture vulnerable to temperature and humidity fluctuations. Storing these items in non-temperature controlled storage units can lead to cracking, staining, and damage.

  • Heirlooms and special collections

    We highly recommend any collection with special value or heirlooms you may have should be stored in a temperature controlled storage unit.

  • Electronics and appliances

    Electronics like game consoles, televisions, computers, and stereo equipment can be damaged by condensation, high heat or freezing cold should be stored in a temperature controlled environment. The same is true of larger appliances like washers, dryers, refrigerators, and ovens/ranges, etc.

  • Musical instruments

    From brass to strings, woodwinds, or percussion instruments – every type of musical instrument benefits from temperature controlled storage. This reduces the risk of corrosion, wood splitting, or warping.

  • Books, comics, magazines

    Valuable book, comic, or magazine collections should be stored in a temperature controlled unit. This is particularly true for first editions or volumes with leather backing, as leather can split and be damaged by changes in moisture. All types of paper are also more likely to be attacked by mildew in a non-temperature controlled environment.

  • Valuable documents

    Storage units are great for older business with large volumes of paper documents or individuals with personal documents. These should be kept in a temperature controlled unit to ensure they remain intact and unaffected by mildew and warping.

  • Clothing

    Clothes made of wool, cotton and other natural fabrics can be attacked by mildew and damaged by fluctuating temperatures. Valuable clothing or clothing with sentimental value should be stored in a temperature controlled storage unit.

There are some items that you don’t necessarily need to store in a temperature controlled storage unit. But if you are planning to store any of your belongings for more than a few months, a temperature controlled storage unit will offer better results than any traditional, non-controlled storage option – no matter what you store or for what length of time.

In winter, you can visit your locker, sort through your belongings and retrieve items in the comfort of a heated environment. And in summer, air conditioned comfort.

At StorageVille we believe temperature controlled storage units are worth the investment

Despite the fact that they cost more than a non-controlled unit, temperature controlled storage units are worth paying a bit extra for, especially if you live in an area prone to temperature fluctuations.

Knowing your most valuable items are safe, secure and stored at an optimal temperature will give you peace of mind. Interested in temperature controlled storage units in Winnipeg? Visit either StorageVille location today to learn more about size options, availability, and pricing!

Temperature Controlled Self Storage Winnipeg - Climate Controlled Storage - Climate Controlled Self Storage - StorageVille

Here at StorageVille we are proud to offer temperature controlled storage. If you’ve ever lived or stayed in our city for a period you will have experienced at least one of our four distinct seasons – maybe even within the same day! And don’t forget the fifth season …High humidity.

What is temperature controlled storage?

You might be wondering what “temperature controlled storage” is? How it differs from “climate controlled storage?” Temperature controlled storage refers to the act of controlling the ‘temperature’ directly within a given space – i.e., our storage units. The temperature is just one part of what makes up climate within a region. Controlling the temperature of a storage unit means we have a centralized heating and cooling system. This is similar to your home’s furnace and air conditioning – with the ability to adjust via a thermostat within your storage building. The air conditioning also removes humidity within the building.

In what ways is climate controlled storage different?

Climate, on the other hand, refers to average conditions for a region over time. The conditions making up climate are best described using many different weather terms. These include rainfall, wind speed, humidity, barometric pressure, humidex, wind chill factor, and, of course, temperature. No storage operator can control the climate.

When should you use temperature controlled storage?

Temperature Controlled Storage

We highly recommend the use of temperature controlled storage for any time you are storing sensitive materials or valuables – monetary, household items, sentimental or otherwise. Our temperature controlled units simulate the conditions in your own home. We feel this includes all seasons – especially a Winnipeg summer. The heat can be just as damaging on your valuables as cold can be.

Due to Winnipeg’s climate and potential temperature swings within a season (or even a 24-hour period) we feel this is the reason we must offer temperature controlled storage. In doing so, we give you peace of mind knowing there’s added protection from the harsh elements that a non-temperature controlled locker does not provides for your stored valuables. If you’re interested in learning more about our temperature controlled storage solutions – please see our website’s Temperature Controlled Storage page or Contact Us today!

Outdoor RV and Boat Storage - StorageVille - Outdoor Storage Winnipeg, Manitoba
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It’s always been your dream to own a boat, fifth wheel, travel trailer, or motor home – yet you don’t have the space to store your prized possession. City by-laws restrict trailer and RV parking on residential streets – and can lead to costly parking tickets. In addition, if you bring your RV onto your property, it’s constantly in the way – during the season when not in use, and especially during the off-season. However, StorageVille has the solution for you – outdoor RV and boat storage.

What is outdoor RV and boat storage?

As you could guess, outdoor RV and boat storage is as straightforward as it sounds – we provide extra space to store your possessions outside for a monthly rental fee. But, at StorageVille, we have many reasons which make our outdoor storage facility the one to choose.

StorageVille’s benefits to outdoor storage

Convenient location

We have two storage unit sites in the city of Winnipeg – and each of our locations is along major thoroughfares. Of course, this is of benefit to you, as you can select which location to store, depending on where you will most often be taking your RV or boat. Need to go south or west of the city? Our Waverley location will give you quick access to exit the city south via Waverley Street, to Kenaston Blvd., to the south side of the Perimeter. Looking to head east or north to many of the marvelous lakes and provincial parks? Use our location on Reenders which will give quick access to Lagimodiere Blvd., and onto the North Perimeter.

Accessible facility

As well as being conveniently located, our facility is accessible. Our staffed hours are 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM, Monday through Friday; 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM on Saturday; and 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM on Sunday. However, no need to come during those hours to simply pick-up or drop-off your boat or RV. Our gate access hours are seven days a week, available and open at 6:00 AM, closing at 11:00 PM.

Secure grounds

Give yourself peace of mind – along with convenience and accessibility; we take the security of our storage unit facilities seriously. Offering secure storage solutions is our number one priority. We achieve this by equipping the grounds with 24-hour surveillance video cameras, ensuring the grounds have ample lighting, and each storage complex features a 6-foot tall fence around the entire perimeter. As well, we allow for each customer to use their own, unique passcode for gate access. We can track whose passcode was input when for maximum transparency.

If you want covered storage, we have you covered!

On top of storage solutions for outdoors, we offer covered storage for RV’s and boats at our Reenders location. Covered storage is beneficial as it reduces the sun on your RV, boat, classic car – allowing the shine and ‘like new’ feeling to last without any fading caused by outdoor elements.

Along with all of the benefits, all our RV and outdoor storage spots are reserved – meaning no scramble parking. Not only is outdoor storage an excellent solution during the winter – it makes sense to store with us all year round. Call us to today to book your spot!

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Winter is coming to an end. We’ll have seen highs around +16(!) this week, and the snow is set to disappear. The ice fishing shacks have moved from the river, and it’s time to pack away the skis and the snowmobile for another year. Manitoba is a wonderful place for winter sports, but because of that we accumulate so much stuff, and it has to go somewhere! If you live in an apartment or a condo, you already feel the pain. Even in a house, the garage or basement may be overflowing. Whether you have a storage locker, or just in apartment storage, it’s tough to find enough room for all the winter sports gear you have. At Storageville we have a solution for you. We have 5x5 storage units, perfectly sized for storing seasonal items during the off-season, and best of all – all of our self-storage units are individually alarmed to keep your valuables secure.