Then you need to think about whether you want to keep your titled property outside in a parking space or inside a storage unit. If you have an RV, most likely you will want a parking space to keep it all year long. Providing easy access to manoeuvre it in and out of the facility. You can winterize it and park it on site. If you plan to only use storage during the spring or summer, rain could be a big factor. If you will be storing in the fall or winter, freezing temperatures, as well as snow and ice, are to be considered. You need to remember that it will be outside at all times and exposed to the elements and temperature shifts, and make sure you are OK with that. Look at our RV storage tips.
If you have a prized Harley-Davidson, however, you may want to consider parking it inside a storage unit, even during the gentle months of spring and fall. By choosing a storage unit, your titled property will be inside, under a roof and enclosed at all times, very similar to a garage. Storage units can come in many sizes; the smaller units able to accommodate something like a motorcycle and the larger units able to accommodate your sea foam green ‘57 Chevy. Some over-sized storage units can even fit a small to mid-size RV.
Take some time and really think about this question. You want to feel comfortable with how you are storing your titled property. Typically, a storage unit will cost a bit more than an outside parking space. However, that extra cost may be worth it if you are storing an antique or classic car or something you want to protect from the elements.
At Contain Your Stuff Nanaimo, we have storage for every need.