Self-Storage

Self-storage units are accessible 24 hours a day, even in the snowy winter months.

As mini-storage units become vacant, we are updating the sand and gravel base floor with concrete. ​

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Small Units – 10 feet x 25 feet​​

Big overhead doors, and 14 foot ceilings. Room to store contents of a 3 bedroom home. Size of small garage

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Large Units – 12 feet x 30 feet​​

Big overhead doors, 14 foot ceiling. Room to store contents of a 4 -5 bedroom home. Size of large single garage

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Year Round Access ​

Weekly snow removal in the winter so you can access your snowmobiles or household goods at anytime.

Pricing

Our storage units can be rented on a monthly or yearly basis.

Unit Size

10′ x 25′ $120/month**​
10′ x 25′ (concrete) $150/month**
​12′ x 30′ $150/month​**
12′ x 30′ (concrete) $170/month​**

** Two months free with full year rental if paid in full for the first month.

10′ x 25′ approx.  $1200 (pd in advance)
12′ x 30′ approx. $1500 (pd in advance)

 

Storage Tips

Indoor and Outdoor Boat Storage

Keeping your boat in tip-top shape is easy when you use dry storage options. Indoor or outdoor boat storage keeps it out of the water and in a safe and secure location. You won’t have to worry about theft or damages that usually occur at a slip. Our indoor and outdoor boat storage solutions are for any size boat, jet-ski or PWC you own.

Drop-off and Pick Up:

When you’re ready to head out, or your coming back, just call our friendly staff within 24 hours and we we’ll handle everything for you.

Storage Check List:

The following steps can be taken to protect your boat while in storage. Additionally, specific procedures recommended by the boat manufacturer should be closely considered.

  • Prepare your engine in accordance with the owner’s manual. In winter, this will normally include draining and flushing the cooling system; draining and refilling the crankcase; applying oil to inside of each cylinder through the spark plug holes; and other preservative actions.
  • Thoroughly clean the hull, decks, cockpit, bilge, all compartments, lockers and the exterior of engine, and coat with an appropriate wax or preservative.
  • Drain fuel lines, pumps, carburetor and tanks or fill completely, and add fuel stabilizer.
  • Leave all floorboards up, doors ajar, ports and skylights open, hatches partly open, drawers and lockers open.
  • Carefully fit a well-made cover, provided with ventilation ports. If boat is to be stored outdoors, make sure there are no low spots in the cover that will hold rainwater.
  • Place a cover over engine. Do not leave the engine exposed to the sun or rain.
  • Don’t forget the trailer. Check tire pressure, and cover tires, if they will be exposed to the sun. Check and pack wheel hubs, if necessary, and lubricate jack.
  • Finally, note dates of registration, tags, certificates and insurance, etc., and plan for renewal, if they expire during your storage term.

 

RV, Motor Home and Trailer Storage

Your RV coach or trailer is your home away from home. We understand that storing it in the right hands is important. At Candle Lake Storage, we will eliminate the headache of storing your RV at your home where it’s susceptible to burglary and unsafe storage conditions.

 

Drop-off and Pick Up:

When you’re ready to head out, or your coming back, just call our friendly staff within 24 hours and we we’ll handle everything for you.

Storage Check List

  • Review owner’s manual for engine, LP gas, generator, water heater and sanitation system storage tips.
  • Remove all perishable food from cabinets.
  • Turn off refrigerator. Verify all power sources are off by checking 12 volt, 110 volt and LP gas.
  • Remove all food from the refrigerator. Clean the inside, and leave the door open to ventilate
  • .Clean rooftop and air conditioner filters, and cover the outside unit.
  • Clean the interior of the RV. Pull shades, and close blinds.
  • Turn off the propane cylinders, and cover the regulator.
  • Cover or tape vents to the furnace and range hood for long-term storage.
  • Ensure all roof vents and windows are closed. Prevent condensation if necessary by using chemical-type dehumidifiers.
  • Check tire pressure, and cover the tires, if they will be exposed to the sun.
  • Inspect roof, body, interior, soft molding and caulking.
  • Service locks with spray lubricant to prevent rust and freezing.
  • Remove batteries. Store batteries in an area not subject to freezing, and test them periodically. Charge if necessary.
  • In motor homes, check all operating fluid levels under the hood, and top off the gasoline tank. Add a fuel stabilizer.
  • Empty and thoroughly rinse all holding tanks. In winter, all water tanks, lines and pumps should be drained and filled with non-toxic RV antifreeze to keep any remaining water from freezing the system. Never use automobile antifreeze of any kind in your water system!