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24 hour storage units in New Castle, DE

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Parking Lot

5 sizes available


New Castle, Delaware

0.8 mi

near 242 N Heron Cir

Attendant or Security

Security Camera

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40’ × 10

New Castle, Delaware

0.9 mi

near 117 Talbot Dr

Pet Free

$300/ mo

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15’ × 15

New Castle, Delaware

1.7 mi

near 2900 Stonebridge Blvd

Private Entrance

Locked Area

Smoke Free


  1st month

$300/ mo

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FAQs About 24 hour storage in New Castle, Delaware

The price of 24-hour storage in New Castle, Delaware is affected by factors such as the size of the storage unit, the location of the facility, any additional features such as climate control, and the duration of the rental agreement.

To choose the right size of a 24-hour storage unit in New Castle, consider the volume and dimensions of your belongings, as well as how you plan to use the space. Make a list of the items you intend to store, and estimate the amount of space required based on their size and shape.

When preparing your items for long-term storage in a 24-hour facility in New Castle, clean and dry your belongings, disassemble furniture if possible, and use packing materials such as bubble wrap and boxes to protect your items. Additionally, consider using plastic containers instead of cardboard boxes to prevent moisture damage, and store items you may need to access frequently near the front of the unit.