Why Store With Us
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What We’re About
We are a family-owned and operated storage facility that has lived in Augusta for 4 generations.
The Gate 5 Self Storage team will treat you like family. We know how to answer your questions and advise you on what sort of self storage unit you need. Having moved and gone through home renovations, we’re able to advise you on what moving/storage supplies you might need, as well as the proper self storage unit size.
Gate 5 Self Storage’s commitment to excellence has garnered us several awards.In 2015, Gate 5 Self Storage had the Georgia Self Storage Association’s Facility Manager of the Year. In 2019 and 2021, Gate 5 Self Storage was named a finalist as Cyber City’s Best Storage Facility. In 2020, Gate 5 Self Storage was selected as one of StorageUnits.com's Best Storage facilities in Augusta.
What to Expect
Upon contacting Gate 5 Self Storage, we'll ask about when you might need storage. We'll ask about how much you’ll be storing with us. Based on that information, we'll recommend a self storage unit size.
We do this for all customers, even if they are set on a certain size, but we still go over this information because you might need a bigger or smaller unit based on our conversation.
Following that, we'll ask if you have started packing. If not, we bring to your attention that we do have a variety of moving/storage supplies.
We’ll then schedule a time for you to come out to the property.
When Would I Need to Store With You?
Gate 5 Self Storage gets your excess belongings out so you can breathe again and reclaim your home, garage, or business. Gate 5 Self Storage is the perfect solution when:
- You're moving and realize that your new home isn’t ready yet.
- When you’re putting your home up for sale and you want to make your closets look bigger than they actually are.
- When you’re doing a major home renovation project and you are tired of tripping over boxes and clutter.
- When you just got married and your spouse will not let you keep your things.
- When you’ve just inherited things from a loved one.
- When state laws dictate that you must keep business records for a period of time.
- When you have seasonal toys (skis, boats, sleds) to get out of the way.