Clear Space in Your Closets With Temperature Controlled Storage

Do you need more storage space in your closets? Renting a storage unit nearby is an easy and affordable way to clear clutter from your home. ValuSpace Personal Storage can match you with the right storage unit to fit your budget. We offer drive-up and temperature-controlled storage units at our Troy NY facility that range from 25 and 300 square feet. Swing by or call our office to see how we can help you organize your home.

Figure Out What Amenities You Need

ValuSpace Personal Storage has flexible leasing options, so you do not have to pay for more than you need. You can rent long-term or month by month. 

What kinds of items are you looking to store? Some objects may need the extra protection of temperature-controlled storage. Wooden or metal furniture may warp in extreme temperatures. Fluctuations in temperature can encourage mold and mildew growth. Get rid of all these risks by getting temperature control for your prized possessions.

Other Items That Require Temperature Controlled Storage

  • Electronics
  • Antiques
  • Books/Documents
  • Artwork
  • Commercial Inventory
  • Medicine

ValuSpace Personal Storage in Troy NY

Our facility on Hoosick Road is 15 minutes from downtown Troy and Prospect Park near the Hudson River. We are next to the Troy Animal Hospital, across from where Betts Road meets Hoosick Road. We serve many neighborhoods north of Albany NY, such as Troy NY, Eagle Mills NY, Brunswick NY, Poestenkill NY, and Sycaway NY.

Rent a drive-up or temperature-controlled storage unit today, and move into our Troy NY facility  right away. You can also reserve a storage unit for a future move-in date. Check out our available storage units online to get started!

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Katie Mest

About the Author: Katie Mest is a Content Marketing Specialist at Storage Asset Management in York, PA. She specializes in writing about the self storage industry, including storage tips and helpful resources. Outside of work, Katie enjoys spending time exploring the outdoors and snuggling in with a crochet project and her cat, Billie.