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Neighbor offers both traditional self storage facility units and peer-to-peer storage spaces.
Residential storage spaces include sheds, garages, RV pads, basements, bedrooms, parking spaces, closets and other extra space while commercial spaces include warehouses and empty offices. This storage can be 50% cheaper than a traditional Jacksonville self storage unit.
When renting storage through Neighbor, you'll get liability protection with our strict Terms of Service, automatic billing, Customer Success specialists and more.
On average a Neighbor RV storage unit in Jacksonville costs $NaN per month.
10x10 spaces are the most frequently booked RV storage type in Jacksonville.
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As a rule of thumb, a 5x5 will fit one piece of furniture or several boxes, a 5x10 will fit the contents of a 1-bedroom apartment, a 10x10 will fit the contents of a small home, a 10x15 will fit the contents of a 2-3 bedroom home, a 10x20 will fit the contents of a 4 bedroom home, and a 20x20 will fit a lot more.
Motorcycles and other small vehicles generally require a 5x10 storage space while most cars and trucks will fit within a 10x20. For larger trailers, RVs, and other vehicles you will likely need to pull out the measuring tape as they can require anywhere from 10x40 to 20x60 spaces.
We recommend climate controlled storage for most electronics, collectibles, personal items (books, clothing, and photos), and sensitive materials (glass, leather, and metal).
If you live in a dry climate, climate control isn't as much of a concern, though you should still consider temperature's effect on your items.
If you expect freezing temperatures during the period that you plan to store your vehicle, you should definitely consider winterizing your vehicle before storing to prevent unecessary harm to your vehicle.
Depending on what, where, and for how long you are storing, different features and amenities might be very important to have.
For large or heavy furniture drive-up access and large access points may make moving and unloading much easier. If you are storing in humid locations, having it stored in a climate controlled storage unit may be ideal to prevent rust and corrosion. Traditional self storage facilities will allow flexible access during business hours, but Neighbor storage spaces may offer 24/7 or by appointment only access.