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2 public facilities found near Lafayette, LA
Ridge Road Mini Storage
Ridge Road Mini Storage453 Ridge Road, Lafayette, LA 70506
5.1 miles
Starting at
$69.95per month
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  • 1st Floor
  • Climate Controlled
  • Humidity Controlled
  • Interior
LeBlanc & Son's Storage
LeBlanc & Son's Storage2322 East Main Street, New Iberia, LA 70560
21.6 miles
Starting at
$40.00per month
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  • Drive Up Access
  • Roll Up Door

Finding storage in Lafayette, LA

Looking for self storage in Lafayette? Storage.com is here to help you compare storage facilities in your area by location, pricing, amenities, and more so you can find the unit that best fits your needs. We can even help you reserve a Lafayette storage unit online or over the phone after you've found a facility and unit you like.

Common Reasons for Using self Storage in Lafayette

If you're moving to Lafayette, in need of more space in your downtown apartment, looking for business storage, or wanting to store a vehicle, Lafayette mini storage can help.

Relocating to Lafayette for Work

Ranked 19th by the Milken Institute on their list of "Best-Performing Cities," Lafayette's economy is already strong and getting stronger. The energy sector has experienced perhaps the most growth recently through oil and gas extraction and transportation. Also, there's a movement to designate US Highway 90 (which runs through Lafayette) the American Energy Corridor due to the enormous amount of energy traffic that moves through it. The health care industry is also a major factor in Lafayette's economic growth, as the city provides a medical hub for the area. With so many opportunities and growing industries, Lafayette is the place to be for new jobs.

If your career path is leading you to Lafayette, consider self storage as a solution for some of your relocation needs. Moving can be a hassle, but with Lafayette self storage, your belongings can be stored and protected until you're ready to move into your new home and start your new adventure in Lafayette.

Storage features to consider when relocating:

  • Drive-Up Access: When moving, you'll probably have a lot of heavy items to transport. Make it easier by finding a Lafayette storage facility with drive-up units so you can park your car or moving truck right next to your unit when you load and unload your items.
  • Short-Term Rental Agreement: Find a facility that allows you to pay on a monthly basis rather so you don't get locked into a long-term commitment, especially if getting settled will only take you a few weeks.
  • Climate Control: Lafayette's climate is about what you'd expect from Louisiana in general—hot in the summer, mild winter, and very humid. These conditions can destroy wooden furniture and electronics, so it's a good idea to find a unit that will maintain a safe temperature and level of humidity for your belongings.

Living in Downtown Lafayette

Downtown Lafayette is the heart of culture in Acadiana. From the best restaurants to museums and Mardi Gras parties, anything you want out of Cajun living can be found downtown. The Acadiana Center for the Arts is the primary center for the arts and education in the area, often lending aid to other nonprofit organizations and collaborating to host amazing events, such as dances, concerts, gallery presentations, and more. Then there's Downtown Alive!, a weekly outdoor concert series held in the fall and spring with Cajun beats to traditional rock and everything in between. For a more historically-based cultural experience, the Alexandre Mouton House chronicles the evolution and development of the region in a period home nearly 200 years old. Downtown is also home to the University of Louisiana Lafayette and is the largest center of employment in the region. 

Because Downtown Lafayette has so much going on, downtown living is in high demand. It also means smaller living spaces since more people want to live in the area. If you don't have room for all your things in your downtown apartment, a Lafayette storage unit will let you put away items you don't need to have on hand but want to keep around, whether for occasional use or an eventual permanent home.

Storage features to consider when living downtown:

  • Facility Location: "Ease of access" is usually the best part of living downtown. Everything you need should be within easy walk or transit distance, and that includes your Lafayette self storage unit.
  • Storage Security: If you're storing valuable items, look for a facility with extra security features. Most facilities will have gated access and unit locks, but some may offer more advanced features, like video surveillance.
  • Climate Control: Climate-controlled units stay between 55-85°F with low humidity so sensitive items like antiques, electronics, and paper documents don't get damaged.

Storage for Business

If you're a small business owner looking to take advantage of the entrepreneurship opportunities in the area, Lafayette mini storage can be a valuable resource. If you're working from home or with any small space at all, you may need a place to store files, extra equipment, inventory, and more.

Storage features to consider for business storage:

  • Climate Control: If you're storing files or electronic equipment during Louisiana's muggy summers, it's very important that your unit has climate control. Humidity and high temperatures can damage sensitive items.
  • Storage Security: You can't put a price on essential business items. Make sure your livelihood is protected with security features like on-site management, alarmed units, and/or video surveillance.
  • Business Amenities: If you want to run any operations out of your unit, look for a Lafayette storage facility that can support you with electrical outlets in the unit and Wi-Fi.

Vehicle Storage

Whether you have a classic car, sports car, motorcycle, boat, or RV, at some point, you may need Lafayette vehicle storage. People who store their vehicles at a storage facility often do so to protect a vehicle, keep an additional vehicle out of their garage or driveway, or simply because they're traveling out of state or out of the country.

When it comes to vehicle storage, you have a few options:

  • Outdoor storage is the most affordable option and offers no protection from the elements.
  • Covered storage is slightly more expensive and provides some shelter from the elements.
  • Indoor storage is the most expensive option and provides complete protection from the elements.

Features to consider for vehicle storage:

  • Facility Location: You probably don't want to spend a lot of time driving across town to grab your vehicle. Look for a Lafayette storage facility close to the area where you live, drive, boat, or camp.
  • Storage Security: Vehicles are expensive and sometimes have sentimental value, too. Consider a storage facility that offers security features like video surveillance and on-site management.
  • 24-Hour Access: Don't store your vehicle at a facility that's only open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., especially if you like to head out early and stay up late.

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