PDA

View Full Version : What do you pay for inside storage?


ProStarMike
09-06-2005, 02:42 PM
All:

What do you pay for inside storage? I keep my boat inside an old warehouse. I have keycard access 7x24, and I feel it is pretty secure. It is not an individual stall/garage, but it would be reasonably hard to break in if you don't have access.

Anyway, I pay $67 per month, and it seems like a pretty good deal. Most of the "national" brand storage places wanted over $100 a month for a 10x25' garage.

Thanks,

-- Mike

nowakes
09-06-2005, 02:49 PM
I just signed up for climate controlled indoor storage at $500 through May 31. Considering dropping off the boat in October, that's $71/month. Right in the ball-park of what you're paying. It's a storage facility (warehouse type with floor and rack spaces available) run by a local boat dealer. It has two large barn-style doors and has an alarm system accompanied by 16 different camera's.

bigmac
09-06-2005, 02:52 PM
All:

What do you pay for inside storage? I keep my boat inside an old warehouse. I have keycard access 7x24, and I feel it is pretty secure. It is not an individual stall/garage, but it would be reasonably hard to break in if you don't have access.

Anyway, I pay $67 per month, and it seems like a pretty good deal. Most of the "national" brand storage places wanted over $100 a month for a 10x25' garage.

Thanks,

-- Mike

My MasterCraft dealer wants about $150/month for (non-heated) indoor storage ($750 for winter season - which is about 5 months here.

I built a 20x30 enclosed metal pole barn with standard overhead garage door myself for $1100 in materials. I haven't heated it, but I suppose I could spend $500 for a NG overhead furnace, or $300 for an LPG furnace. It was a good investment, I think, given the cost of indoor storage, and even given the cost of a Sunbrella storage cover.

erkoehler
09-06-2005, 02:54 PM
$26.00 per foot for the year, indoor non heated.

mlange
09-06-2005, 03:19 PM
I pay $225 for non-heated storage in a pole barn for October -- May. The only bad thing is that I can't get to the boat during the winter for little projects I'd like to be able to do.

Tom023
09-06-2005, 03:29 PM
$85/month individual unit (10x30) not climate controlled.

Hoff1
09-06-2005, 03:33 PM
$600/year. Building is not climate controlled, gravel floor, bays separated by 10 ft fence. Located about 1.5 miles from the dock, on my way to the water.

AirJunky
09-06-2005, 03:36 PM
http://www.garagetown.com/

jimmer2880
09-07-2005, 07:09 AM
$15.00 / month. Non-heated - but it's so well insulated, even when it's been below 0 for weeks, it's still 35 deg. Huge converted hog barn (double insulated). Only problem is access - need to call 1 day ahead & he pulls the boat in-out of the barn.Having said that - the house I bought 4 years ago has a pavilion in the middle of the back yard. Boat gets the pavilion until the wind blows it over one of these years.

mitch
09-07-2005, 08:46 AM
$350/heated for the season, but I have to have it out 4/1, which is kind of a drag.

Danimal
09-07-2005, 08:59 AM
I am blessed with free indoor storage at my brother-in-laws farm. Not heated but hey, it's indoors.

Evan Jones
09-07-2005, 10:19 AM
$350/heated for the season, but I have to have it out 4/1, which is kind of a drag.

Sounds like a good way to force an early start to the ski season. Ice is out soon after that in NH isn't it? :)

Kevin 89MC
09-07-2005, 11:59 AM
Fairgrouds about 45 minutes away, unheated barn with concrete floor. No access to it, but it's only $10/foot for 6 months. $200 for me when I take the platform off!
Kevin

mitch
09-07-2005, 12:15 PM
Sounds like a good way to force an early start to the ski season. Ice is out soon after that in NH isn't it? :)

True! I usually put it in my garage after 4/1 (not popular w/ wife) so I can fluff and buff + general maintainance. Usually break out the dry suit midish April.

rektek
09-07-2005, 03:42 PM
$110 a month, inside 12x30, newish metal building, gated keypad entry individual roll up doors and asphalt floor -- 5 mins from lake Berryessa in Northern California.

X2M
09-07-2005, 03:50 PM
$110 a month, inside 12x30, newish metal building, gated keypad entry individual roll up doors and asphalt floor -- 5 mins from lake Berryessa in Northern California.

On the Napa or Winters side of the lake?


The boat goes into the garage from November to April. The only fee I have to pay is the bruises on my knees trying to get behind the boat to the washer and dryer with a load of laundry. :rolleyes:

rektek
09-08-2005, 11:35 AM
On the Napa or Winters side of the lake?


The boat goes into the garage from November to April. The only fee I have to pay is the bruises on my knees trying to get behind the boat to the washer and dryer with a load of laundry. :rolleyes:
X2momma,
winters side, capell valley road, usually put it at pleasure cove or steel park.
boats are all gone now, time to ride !

6ballsisall
09-10-2005, 03:01 PM
All:

What do you pay for inside storage? I keep my boat inside an old warehouse. I have keycard access 7x24, and I feel it is pretty secure. It is not an individual stall/garage, but it would be reasonably hard to break in if you don't have access.

Anyway, I pay $67 per month, and it seems like a pretty good deal. Most of the "national" brand storage places wanted over $100 a month for a 10x25' garage.

Thanks,

-- Mike
Hey Mike where is this located and can you send me their contact info??

stevo137
09-10-2005, 09:16 PM
$17 per foot October-April 15th Inside and a nice new buliding right on the lake.
If you want to keep it there after April 15th, it's $5 per day until May 1st.
If you don't pick it up by then you should probably sell your boat!

ProStarMike
09-11-2005, 02:57 PM
Hey Mike where is this located and can you send me their contact info??

It's on SR48 in Maineville, just a few miles east of I-71 off the 48 exit.

It is the old Rolls Royce engine plant. Their website is www.circlestorage.com and click on "Maineville" under the location tab.

Thanks,

-- Mike