Commercial Storage Units
Serving Gainesville, FL
You may be wondering how you can grow your business. Though we don’t have the complete recipe to the secret sauce of business success, we do have one ingredient: saving. At StorQuest Self Storage in Gainesville, FL, we can help you save space and save money, so you can make room for your business to grow. StorQuest Self Storage is conveniently located at 2160 NW 67th Pl near US 441, and proudly serves the local businesses of downtown Gainesville and the surrounding communities of Alachua, High Springs, Lacrosse, and Lake Butler.
With business storage unit sizes ranging from 5’ x 5’ (50 sq. ft.) to 10’ X 20’ (200 sq. ft.), you’ll have the flexibility to store anything from the contents of a file closet to the contents of five offices. In addition to standard drive-up access storage units, our Gainesville business storage facility also offers climate-controlled business storage units to protect valuable items such as files, electronics, and furniture from damage caused by extreme weather changes and humidity.
The business storage units at our Gainesville StorQuest facility are fully equipped with 24-hour video surveillance and accessible 365 days a year, making it a secure and convenient place to store all your confidential and valuable data, documents, and office inventory for later use. With our wide driveways, drive-up access units, and complimentary dollies and carts, you’ll be able to move your heavy items from your moving vehicle into your storage unit with ease.
So whether you need business storage for long-term filing and inventory storage, short-term usage for business remodeling, or just simply want to clear away that excess office mess to make room for your Florida Gators office decor – StorQuest Self Storage in Gainesville has the perfect solution to keep those excess files and office equipment out of your hair, but still at your fingertips for when you need them! Visit StorQuest today for the best commercial storage in Gainesville, Florida.
Serving the communities of Alachua, High Springs, Lacrosse, and Lake Butler.