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At Midland Self Storage, we understand that choosing a storage facility can be overwhelming. That's why we've compiled a list of frequently asked questions to help make the process easier for you. If you don't see your question answered here, feel free to contact us and we'll be happy to assist you.

  • Do you accept credit cards?
    Yes! When you check out and subscribe securely online you have the ability to pay with a major credit card, Apple Pay, and PayPal. You can also make a payment in person at our office with a credit card, Apple Pay, or cash.
  • How long can I store?
    Our minimum charge is only one month. After that your rental period is month to month, for as long or as short a time as you need.
  • When can I access my storage unit at Midland Self Storage?
    Anytime! As a subscriber (tenant) you will have 24/7 access to your unit once you receive your gate keycard.
  • Who else has access to my storage unit and the contents inside?
    Once you are assigned a unit, you store it, you lock it and you keep the key. In addition, you will be given a pass key in order to operate our electronic gate system.
  • Is self storage expensive?
    No, self storage, as compared with most other forms of rental space, is relatively inexpensive. We have many different sizes to choose from ranging from as small as a walk-in closet to as large as an oversized garage, so it’s easy to work the cost within your budget. When selecting a storage space, price is determined by size. Remember a small efficiently packed unit will be more economical than a larger poorly arranged unit.
  • What kind of security does Midland Self Storage have?
    Our facility has someone at the office during normal business hours. We have 24 hour video surveillance for added security.
  • Do I need insurance on my possessions?
    We suggest you carry insurance on your stored items as we do not. For peace of mind you should insure the property in your storage unit just as you would in your own home, office or business. You may wish to check with your current insurance carrier as your possessions may already be covered off premises through your present policy.
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