Gunter Self Storage rents large storage units with approximately 200 square feet of floor space.

(334) 279-7676

We can process your reservation over the phone, or you can submit a request via our contact form.


Storage Unit Prices & Features
10×20 Regular Unit
Outdoor, Drive Up Access, Roll Up Door
$ 85.00
Per Month
10×20 Climate Unit
Indoor, ADA Accessible, Roll Up Door
$ 128.00
Per Month
Dimensions
10′ wide by 20′ deep
Floor Space
200 sq ft
Unit Description  ★★★★★
10’x20’ storage units contain about as much space as a single-car garage. This unit offers enough room to store furniture from three to five rooms. When spending a significant time abroad, renting a 10×20 storage unit is often an economical solution when compared with the cost and hassle of subletting your apartment.

How Can You Make Use a 10×20 Unit?

For those who need a good amount of space, a 10’x20’ storage unit provides about as much space as a single-car garage or a finished basement or attic.

If you require storage that regulates temperature and humidity, we offer 10×20 units with climate control as an option.

This space provides you with room to store a large amount of your possessions, including furniture for three to five rooms, many storage boxes, and clothing.

This size storage unit can also be used for many different vehicles.

You can store classic vehicles here while you work on them or during the winter when they won’t be driven.

You can also store your watercraft such as boats or jet skis, trailers, large lawn equipment, and even some farm equipment. The space is very versatile because it’s so large.

Those who are in between homes may need a 10’x20’ to store everything, especially if they will be temporarily staying with others or in a hotel until their new home is ready.

Those who are moving cross-country or will be spending a significant time abroad may also need a large storage unit.

If you’ll be studying or working abroad for a year or more, storing your belongings in a storage unit instead of subletting your apartment or convincing a friend to keep them is often the most economical solution.