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Old 07-26-2015, 06:34 PM   #1
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What do you pay for storage

If you do not own the space where you store your RV, what do you pay for the space? Inside or out? Electricity? Water?

What would you pay for inside storage?
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Old 07-26-2015, 07:14 PM   #2
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We pay $240.00 a year for our spot where we live. Cost includes 20 amp electric and water for washing the coach. It is outside.
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We pay $240.00 a year for our spot where we live. Cost includes 20 amp electric and water for washing the coach. It is outside.
That's cheap. We pay $120/ month for a 40-ft covered spot. No electric. Free dump station. We are in an area where there are a lot of snow birders and a lot of RVs. We actually had a hard time finding an place to store because it was spring and all of the snow birders had already returned north and stored their coaches for the summer.
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We have covered storage (not inside) in our community. We pay $145.00 per month plus electric, which runs about $30 +/-.
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We pay $600 a year for outdoor storage. 24 hour, card controlled access. Gravel surface, assigned pull thru, parking spot. The one plus or my current situation is that it's within walking distance of home. I'd like to find indoor storage - but haven't found anything that isn't stupid far away.
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Old 07-26-2015, 09:57 PM   #6
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$150 a month, 50' x 20', garaged, with power and water. Worth every cent...out of the sun, rain, hail, snow, etc.
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$150 a month, 50' x 20', garaged, with power and water. Worth every cent...out of the sun, rain, hail, snow, etc.
That is inexpensive. What part of the country?
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We pay $240.00 a year for our spot where we live. Cost includes 20 amp electric and water for washing the coach. It is outside.

That's a bargain for sure, up here in Canada, I'm paying the same, $20/month without any service; I only use it 6 moths a year since I snowbird the other 6 months.
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Old 07-27-2015, 07:10 AM   #9
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Got a 14 x 45 indoor unit, $260 / month + power usage.

It has 50 amp service.
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Old 07-27-2015, 07:22 AM   #10
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We live in a community that does not allow you to store or keep RV on your property. We pay about$1000 annually for storage on a key only
access lot that includes 30/50 amp electricity....also includes a family of
cats (fed by some in the area) that keep away field mice!!! No extra charge for the cats, though. Wish we could have covered but having this nearby is nice......other storage in our general area is a number of miles away - we like the convenience of being able to run by and ck something or get some item we have forgotten.....also like having the 50 amp ele so we can keep the refrigerator on during short in between trip intervals. Also have room on our large pull through lot for our tow car!
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$2.50 per foot, indoor, no electric or water and they will even rip your awning off pulling it out if your not lucky ��
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$200 month 20x60 fully enclosed with power and secured access.
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Old 07-27-2015, 09:20 AM   #13
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$32/mo, outside, no elect, no water, gated with key code.
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$2,950 per year for indoor (underground) 65 degree humidity controlled year round, never have to winterize. No utilities or services. It is a secured area.
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