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Old 09-19-2021, 05:25 PM   #1
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Class A-Indoor Storage?

Hello all,
Been looking at storing a rig and have a few questions for the group:

Do you store inside or out?
If you store indoor what is your rent?
Is it climate controlled?
Do you have to pay your own utilities or are they included?

Thanks for your input in advance.

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Places vary a lot. I always store indoors with electric and climate controlled. Have my own garage now. Usually electric is shared by several RVs so landlord pays utilities. If in cold climate and you don't winterize then be sure of backup heat in the event of power outage or furnace failure.
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Old 09-20-2021, 08:14 AM   #3
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Indoor storage facilities go for about $10/foot/month where I live
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Old 09-20-2021, 08:26 AM   #4
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Storage facilities costs vary widely depending on the region.

14 x 50 Indoor w/electric, and no climate control is about $600 a month in my area. This type of storage is extremely limited in my area so it commands a high price.
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Old 09-20-2021, 08:56 AM   #5
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I am storing our 37' Discovery in a local farmer's newer pole barn for $60/mo. year around. Unheated but electricity and I can work on it whenever I want and it's only 2 miles from our house.
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Old 09-20-2021, 09:05 AM   #6
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I am feeling a lot better about our indoor storage. We have a 15x50’ enclosed storage with 15 amp 110 service for ~$275 a month, not climate controlled. Of course this is in small city Iowa, not a major metro location. It was $220 until a year ago when a new owner took over.
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Indoor, climate controlled, full service RV dealer, Las Vegas is $10/ft/month. You only pay for the months you are there. We live in our coach from October to May and store it in Vegas from May to October.

NIRVC on Nexus way. This is our 4th summer there. They can store just over 400 forty foot coaches or the equivalent. They are fantastic and we are very blessed to be able to keep our coach inside out of the weather there.
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I am storing our 37' Discovery in a local farmer's newer pole barn for $60/mo. year around. Unheated but electricity and I can work on it whenever I want and it's only 2 miles from our house.
WOW! I hope you give the Farmer a little free labor on the farm once in a while, that's a GREAT deal for storing your Coach.
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i have a 42x60 pole building on my acreage that i store mine in.it's not heated but i do have a 50 amp outlet on the inside and outside.
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15’ x 50’ heated for $500 per month. Central Ohio area.
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We have stored our at different regions and pay for indoor, climate control with electric for $10 a foot at most places.
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WOW! I hope you give the Farmer a little free labor on the farm once in a while, that's a GREAT deal for storing your Coach.
Actually it's a farmer's widow. She was charging me $35/mo. but her sons told her she should raise it to $60 LOL.
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Ours is outside when we use it. It goes in to an unheated building with no power provided end of Oct and our start of April. I pay. it's 13$ pee foot for the season.

I disconnect the batteries and check on it every 6-8 weeks
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I previously lived in a suburb of Kansas City. There are several RV/boat storage facilities in former underground limestone mines. The floors are concrete, the walls and ceiling are sprayed with epoxy and lit with hundreds of fluorescent lights. No bats. It stays 50 deg year round. No winterizing. The valet park your rig. The last place I was using had 800 RVs or boats stored.

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