Authorize Movers Self Storage
20340 NE 15th Ct
Miami, FL 33179
- Mon-Fri: 8:30 am – 5 pm
- Sat: 9 am – 4:30 pm
- Sun: Closed
- Mon-Sun: 6 am – 10 pm
- 24 hour dropoff
Reserve your self-storage unit today!Authorize Movers Self Storage is one of our premier storage facilities in Miami, FL that offer clean, dry and secure self-storage units. We have multiple sized storage units for your personal storage and moving needs. Ask about climate controlled self-storage units which may be available, priced at some of the lowest storage unit prices on the market.
Miami Storage facilities hours are subject to change however many of our self-storage facilities are open 24hrs and have extended access hours. Depending on your storage need and location, ask about RV storage, boat storage, vehicle self storage and motorcycle storage in Miami, FL, 33179. Our U-Box portable storage may be a great fit for your moving and storage needs, ask us how we can help!
- Temperature Controlled
- Electronic Gate Access
- Short and long term rentals
- Deliveries Accepted
Available Rooms (all room sizes are approximate)
The quickest way to unload your possessions is to drive right up to the front door of your room. Wide driveways and well-lit exteriors offer both convenience and security.5? x 5? x 9’Drive Up 1st Floor Outside Level Drivethrough No Climate Rollup
Miscellaneous Storage (up to 2 rooms)
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Self-storage unit prices
Storage unit prices fluctuate by location, so take this into account when you’re looking at average costs. For instance, in a city as densely populated as Los Angeles, a 10’ x 10’ unit could set you back as much as $215 per month. But if you live in a Colorado suburb, storage units run as low as $95 per month.
Climate-controlled storage will always be more expensive than regular storage units: Costs can be anywhere from 25% to even 50% higher.1 We’ll get into what climate control storage units are all about—and when you might choose one—down below.
Storage unit costs
|5’ x 5’||5’ x 10’||10’ x 10’*||10’ x 15’||10’ x 20’|
|Average price per month||$69||$70||$110||$150||$180|
|Average climate-controlled price per month||$85||$88||$138||$193||$225|
|Works for||Few boxes or furniture items||Studio or 1-bedroom apartment||2-bedroom apartment||1–2-bedroom house; small vehicle or boat||3–4-bedroom home; large vehicle, trailer, or boat|
|Best for||College students storing items for the summer||Storing seasonal items||Storing a few rooms’ worth of stuff||Renovations/remodels||Home remodels|
*Most popular storage unit size
To calculate costs for this table, we averaged the average storage unit costs in all fifty states. Climate-controlled storage costs are based on a 25% increase over regular storage unit prices.
Although the storage sizes listed in the table are the most popular, we also found these storage options in our research:
- 5’ x 15’
- 10’ x 15’
- 10’ x 25’
- 10’ x 30’
- 12’ x 15’
- 12’ x 25’
- 15’ x 20’
- 17’ x 20’
There are a few things that affect the base price of a storage unit—here’s what you need to know:
Type of service
Full-service storage includes pickup and delivery and is pricier. You’re paying for the hauling service and a longer rental contract—most full-service storage comes with a minimum required number of months.
Self-service is entirely DIY and definitely the cheaper of the two, but if you don’t have the manpower or vehicle to haul all your things to your storage unit, the convenience that full-service storage offers can be worth the extra benjamins.
Size of unit
The more cubic feet a storage unit has to hold multiple rooms’ worth of furniture or a car, for example, the more it will cost you. If you only have smaller items, like a motorcycle or an old ping pong table, you can save money by choosing a smaller unit.
Self-storage prices tend to rise at the end of the summer when people stash things like water sports vehicles away for the winter. The more in-demand storage units are, the more storage facilities increase their starting rates. Unfortunately, locked in rates aren’t super common in the self-storage world, but companies usually notify you of any price spikes at least a month out.
Location of facility
Storage units are in higher demand—and more expensive—in big cities like New York and Washington, DC. Also, houses and apartments in cities tend to be smaller, increasing people’s need to store the belongings that don’t fit into their current pad, like extra beds or pieces of furniture.
Location of unit within facility
Interior units that are easier to access or more secure cost more. For instance, units on the first floor or units near the elevator typically fall in this camp
The same way you’d want auto insurance before you drive your car, storage insurance can ease your worries about not being able to have eyes on your things twenty-four hours a day. Some facilities require their tenants to purchase insurance, but luckily most homeowners insurance policies cover items in storage too—just at a lower coverage limit.
Before you rent, speak with the facility’s manager about whether or not you need insurance.
Now that you’re an expert on all things storage units, here are a few steps to take before you commit:
- Figure out which type of storage units are available in your area (i.e., interior or drive-up units) and find one that has the amenities you need (like full-service pickup and delivery).
- Pick a size that best suits your storage requirements. Here’s a refresher:
|Unit size||Best for|
|5’ x 5’||Good for holding a few boxes and a couple of furniture items.|
|5’ x 10?||Good for storing seasonal items like lawn mowers or other yard equipment, or boxes of Halloween decorations and knots of Christmas tree lights not used during the year.|
|10’ x 10’||Good for storing a few rooms’ worth of stuff, which comes in handy if you’re turning a vacant bedroom into your new office or are giving the 80’s-themed tile on your bathroom floor a revamp.|
|10’ x 15’ and 10’ x 20’||Good for storing an entire home’s worth of stuff or housing cars, boats, ATVs, or motorcycles.|
3. Talk with your storage facility to see if they require insurance, and check your homeowners insurance policy to see if you’re covered.
If you’re sold on the costs of storage units and want to know which companies are the best in the business, feel free to give our Best Self-Storage Companies list a read.
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