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Big Island Hawaii Self Storage Solutions

By Edited Feb 6, 2016 0 0

Hawaii’s Big Island lends itself to self-storage needs. With all the coming and going that repeat visitors do, it’s often easier to leave island living essentials in storage on the island, especially if you know you’re coming back next surf season. 

People moving to or from the island, or waiting for the construction of a new home to be finished, also find the convenience of a self-storage unit to make their transition much smoother and hassle-free.

Meanwhile, there are plenty of reasons that people in transition find to store their belongings in one of the big island's secure facilities. Many young people visit Hawaii in order to figure out if it would make a good home for them. This allows them to get a sense of the surroundings and the usual goings-on before making a much more expensive committment. While they are touring other parts of the islands or exploring different cities, these mobile newcomers usually need a place to keep some of their valuables or accumulated souvenirs which they don't want to bring camping with them. 

Standard Storage Facilities on Big Island

There are three different self-storage companies on Hawaii’s big island that handle month-to-month self-storage and offer various sized units ranging from small 5x5 self-storage lockers to 10x30 garage-sized units. Kailua Storage Kings, which is located directly across from the Costco on Maiau street, specializes in high-tech security measures like video surveillance, electronic individually-tracked coded entry via security gates, individual door and unit alarms and high fences. Kailua Storage Kings also features storage units in climate-controlled hallways which are designed to maintain optimum

Kaloko Storage Kings, which is located just behind the Costco off Hina lani, specializes in large easily-accessible drive-up units perfect for business users, independent contractors, and companies that share resources amongst various different employees. Kaloko Storage Kings also offers many indoor storage units.

Thirdly, people in the Kealakekua area can visit Kona Storage Kings, which is located right off Halekii street above the court house in Kealakekua. The Kona Storage Kings facility is known for its high altitude and cool breezes, which keeps its storage units free of mold and typically lower in temperature than units in other locations. This location features three electronic entry and exit gates which accept only its tenants codes as well as video surveillance both outdoors and within hallways.

All of these StorageKings Hawaii locations offer crazy good specials for new move-ins, such as the use of a free moving truck, a free month of rent, or 3 months at half price for Costco members. The Self-storage industry in Hawaii is rife with bottom of the barrel prices, but the trade-off is that the cheapest units usually raise their rental rates midway through a tenant’s stay. StorageKings, on the other hand, is known for its friendly service, aloha spirit, and willingness to work with clients in order to determine and provide for them the best possible self-storage solution. All Storage Kings locations also stock packing, packaging and moving supplies, like shrink wrap, boxes, tape, markers, box-cutters, normal locks, disc-locks and furniture covers.

Specialty Storage Options in Kailua Kona

Some people have special storage requirements, whether it's a particular size of storage locker or a need for temperature controlled space. Customers that have occasion to keep food, medicine or other temperature sensitive items in their lockers may require that the internal space as well as the areas surrounding it are kept cool. 

Great American self storage is one of the few companies in Kailua Kona to offer air-conditioned storage. This is not only great for items that could be damaged by higher temperatures, but also for the customers that have to come and go from their lockers and sort their belongings inside! Air conditioned storage areas make it much more comfortable to work and look through your things while you're planning your next move. 



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