Need storage? The most affordable choice is closer than you think

For storage in Greater Victoria, selection, accessibility and affordability are here!

Whether you’re decluttering before a home sale, sidelining your summer toys for winter or have extra stock to keep handy, most of us need some extra storage space from time to time.

But with a variety of possibilities, from portable boxes to long-term storage, how do you choose the right option for you?

The good news is that here in the West Shore, the most affordable storage option is closer than you think!

  1. What are you storing? Assess the amount you have to store: A kayak or RV? Office material? A three-bedroom home? Look for friendly, expert advice that can help you determine how much space you’ll need to store your gear. As the largest facility on Vancouver Island, with 765 steel storage units ranging from 36 to 200-sq.ft., West Coast Super Storage lets you store (almost) anything. And with the option of heated storage units, you know your items can stay warm and dry, with less chance of damage during those winter cold spells!
  2. How accessible is it? Do you have access to your belongings, when you need it? As a self-storage facility serving Sooke, the West Shore and Victoria, loading and unloading is a breeze on the beautiful, 26-acre lot with wide lanes to easily accommodate your vehicle. And at less than 30 minutes from the West Shore, accessing your locker or vehicle when you need it is just as easy.
  3. How safe is it? With locked gates and 24/7 surveillance cameras, you can be confident your belongings are safe and secure.
  4. How affordable is it? While you might have to drive a little farther, those few extra minutes will yield the lowest storage prices in Greater Victoria, meaning you can store virtually anything without breaking the bank. With lockers starting at just $55 per month, it pays to drive a few minutes more! And if you need supplies for the move, bubble pack, packing paper, tape to tie-down rope, moving boxes and more are here (and if you accidentally packed your lock along with everything else, they’ve got those too!)

Get packing today! If storage is on your mind, getting a quote couldn’t be easier: visit, enter a few quick details, and click submit!

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