Storage units in Fort Worth are located just east of I-820 and a bit south of I-30. Indoor storage units and outdoor units with drive-up access are on-site in a range of useful sizes. Just look for our Public Storage Orange rollup doors for cheap storage in western Fort Worth.
Leonard Middle School families and neighbors looking to declutter can store everyone's recreational gear in a 5x10 storage unit for play at North Z Boaz Park. Behind the athletic equipment, fishing tackle, kites and pool noodles store your holiday decor, luggage and off-season clothing.
Wind Rush residents and others sharing apartments nearby can store duplicate furniture in a 10x10 storage unit, including couches, coffee tables, dining sets and extra kitchen gadgets. It's a great way to keep common areas uncluttered.
An outdoor 10x15 storage unit can stowing canoes, kayaks and standup paddleboards. Drive-up access makes it possible for quick loading and unloading for more frequent paddling trips to Lake Worth. Camping and fishing gear can get packed in along with your oars and paddles.
Homeowners around Western Hills High School planning a remodel can store five rooms of furnishings in a 10x20 storage unit or seven-plus rooms in a 10x30 storage unit. Either of these large storage rentals will hold the contents of your home if you are newcomers to Fort Worth and still house hunting.
Fort Worth Public Storage has indoor and outdoor options to meet a range of storage needs.
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