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Old 07-13-2015, 07:58 PM   #1
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Covered Storage in Mesa Arizona

We have a 30' Monaco Monarch class A motorhome and are planning on storing in the Mesa area from mid-November until the first of February.

Does anyone have any recommendations for reasonable, secure, covered storage with power?

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Old 08-16-2015, 11:56 AM   #3
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I store my 33" class A in covered storage in East Mesa. The facility is part of the large "Public Storage" organization. It is a gated storage yard, with keypad access and security cameras, and someone in the office 7 days a week. I believe RV owners are granted 24 hour access. The covered area also has a sprinkler system. There is no power provided, but I have always just run my generator if I needed to do something requiring a 110 outlet.

I'm not a big fan of Public Storage, as they raised my rates 35% since taking this place over less than a year ago. They are currently charging me $144.17 per month, including tax. The phone # there is (480) 830-6050. They are at the corner of McDowell Rd. and Recker Rd.
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