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Old 08-08-2016, 06:06 AM   #15
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Hope my Landlord doesn't read on here ! My $180 w/30 amp plug in is a good deal !
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OK, just wondered. Actually for $110 per month the place is heated to 50 degrees. Old factory now closed. There are a ton of storages garages here, must be the business to be in.
The only climate controlled indoor storage I could find reasonably close to me was almost $500 per month.

So my rig, when I find it, is going to have to live outdoors and will get a cover for the winter.
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The only climate controlled indoor storage I could find reasonably close to me was almost $500 per month.

So my rig, when I find it, is going to have to live outdoors and will get a cover for the winter.
I just found one for $260/month, only about 25 minutes from the condo. Hope it's still available when we finally find our rig.
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Another vote for indoor storage for all the reasons noted.
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