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Books Pack book flat to protect the spines. Books are very heavy so pack them in small boxes and do not overload. Do not pack fragile items in the same box with books.
Lawn Mowers Drain gasoline and oil from all small engines to prevent corrosive damage and danger of fire and explosion.
Mattresses Place mattresses in plastic covers to protect them from dust and moisture.
Blankets, Draperies and Clothing All food crumbs or stains should be removed before storing. Store items on hangers in wardrobe boxes or if they are too large, fold and store them in dresser drawers.
Mirrors and Pictures Put tape on them in the form of an X so if the glass breaks it will stay together. Wrap in bubble wrap and place in mirror boxes standing on edge in storage unit.
Furniture and Tables Remove the legs and then cover with a blanket to protect against scratches and dust.
Breakable Items Wrap all items with bubble wrap and store with lots of padding in the boxes.
Dishes and Glassware Wrap each piece individually before placing in box. Fill remaining space with packing material. Do not place other boxes on top of this box.
Appliances Refrigerators and freezers should be cleaned and dry, then stored with the doors slightly ajar.
Pillows and Toys Smaller items can be stored in plastic garbage bags.
Tools and Metal Items They should be cleaned and then wiped with an oil rag to prevent rust.
DO NOT STORE THESE ITEMS Furs, Jewelry, irreplaceable items, combustible or flammable items of any kind (gas, diesel, oil, paint, chemicals) toxic materials, perishable items (food), items that produce an odor. Common sense and state laws determine what may be stored.
- Store items you’ll need most often at the front of the unit.
- Create a center aisle for easier access to all items.
- Do not place boxes directly on concrete floors. Use pallet or skids to prevent moisture absorption.
- To save space when storing tables and other furniture, remove legs and store tabletops and sofas on end.
- To prevent old photographs from curling, place them flat between two pieces of cardboard and tape them together.
- Always drain gasoline and oil from lawn mowers and other items with small engines.
- Place shovels, hoes, rakes and brooms in trash cans.
- Mattresses should have protective covering and be stored flat on level surfaces.
- Put blankets, draperies, and dress clothing on the hanger in a wardrobe box.
- Always use high quality locks on your unit.
Now Offering Dust Controlled Units!
These curtains can provide a significant defense to the dust filled West Texas winds! Our dust controlled units are on a first come first serve basis and go quickly. Be sure to stop by or give us a call to ask about the availability of these units!
Dust Controlled Units.
Self Storage units at Lubbock's A-Storage Place features additional closure protection to control the dust entering units.
Our top-notch surveillance system records activities on the property to help safeguard your possessions.
Moving Van Accessible.
Moving Vans can enter and exit facility with ease.
Electronically Controlled Gate.
Access is allowed exclusively to the storage facility for authorized tenants only.
Wide Aisles & Turnarounds.
Our well-planned storage facility makes driving on property less demanding and ensures easy access.
Our superior security lighting help deter intruders from entering the self storage facility.
Month to Month Contracts.
Our flexible contract means that you are not committed to a predetermined lease time.
We can save you dollars by renting only the space that you need.
Our full-time manager is available to assist you with all of your personal needs.