Many residential neighborhoods and Home Owners Associations discourage or forbid the parking of trailers on lawns or driveways, and many trailers don't fit inside single car garages. If you fit into one of these categories, we have three options for you to will fit into your budget. Climate controlled storage is great if you need to store other items that require climate controlled storage with your trailer, otherwise the air conditioning is most likely unnecessary. Indoor storage will protect your trailer from wind, rain, and the sun’s harmful rays, and it is great if you have an open utility trailer that holds your tools or other supplies, otherwise we have simple outdoor storage for your immediate access. Depending on your need for security if you have an open or closed trailer, we can find a storage solution that will best fit your needs.
General – Trailers require preparation for storage as well. Many trailer wheels have grease fittings. A little new grease will help keep your wheels protected. Indoor storage will protect it from the elements and is great for open trailers as it adds security. If you are storing your trailer outdoors, there are a few precautions you may want to undertake. If you have an open trailer, you will want to secure or cover your items to protect them from the weather, and if you have an enclosed trailer, a lock on the door will give you added protection.
Tires - If you are using trailer storage for an extended period you may consider adding about ten pounds of pressure to ensure flat spots do not grow. Should they develop, they typically disappear after several miles. We are happy to fill your tires for you on site for free.