Located on Umi Street just off the Middle Street end of N. King Street and Lunalilo Freeway, StorQuest Self Storage in Kalihi, HI is dedicated to providing you with the most professional, safe and convenient self storage unit options in Honolulu. For many of you, this may be your first time needing self storage, and we understand that the process can be stressful. This is why we will be here to guide you through every step of the way.
Whether you’re moving to a new home, cleaning out your garage, or need temporary storage while you go abroad, we have a storage unit size guaranteed to fit your storage needs and budget.
At StorQuest Self Storage in Kalihi, we have a variety of storage unit sizes, giving you the flexibility to store anything from your surfboard collection to a four bedroom house. Additionally, we have a variety of inexpensive locker storage units that are ideal for students or military personnel in need of minimal space for wavering periods of time. We even have mailboxes! Our team of storage professionals will work with you to determine whether a ground level, upper level, locker, or climate controlled unit would be best for the items you are storing.
StorQuest Self Storage Kalihi is competitively priced and offers exceptional move-in specials including a FREE truck and driver at move-in. Located less than a mile away from Fort Shafter, we at StorQuest Kalihi, are proud to offer special military discounts for those who serve our country. Are you in need of summer storage? We offer great student storage discounts for those of you students attending the University of Hawaii at Manoa or nearby universities.
You can rest assured that your valuables will be safe when stored at StorQuest Kalihi as our storage facility is fully enclosed, secured by computer coded perimeter gating and equipped with 24 hour video surveillance cameras. With our month to month rentals and facility access 365 days a year, we aim to make your storage experience simple. As it should be
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