Household Storage in Oregon

Whether you are selling your current home or have just run out of space, The Storage Depot is the place to store your extra things. We offer clean and secure storage facilities to help you organize your life. While you are in transition you can rest assured that your belongings are safe and secure with our team and will be there when you need them.

  • We offer climate-controlled spaces for those special items.
  • Free up garage space by storing your extra furniture and seasonal gear.
  • Selling your home? Make it more presentable by opening up space.

Going home for the summer and need somewhere to store your valuables? Contact The Storage Depot for the perfect size storage unit and student specials. We have storage near several major universities and small colleges, such as Oregon State University in Corvallis, Willamette University in Salem, Linn Benton Community College in Albany, and Chemeketa Community College in Salem.

Use The Storage Depot for temporary storage while you’re between residences.

RV & Boat Storage:
The Storage Depot has two convenient locations to serve all of your RV and boat storage needs for either short-term or long-term storage. Our facilities offer covered and enclosed spaces as well as open spots to meet your storage needs. Our management staff will help you choose the right space for your RV or boat.

At select locations we offer the following:
  • Easy access
  • Month-to-month rentals
  • Computerized gate access
  • Outdoor parking
  • Indoor parking

The Storage depot offers RV and boat storage at the following locations:
  • Salem, Oregon
  • Lebanon, Oregon

Climate-Controlled Storage:

What’s the difference between climate control and traditional storage?

Our climate-controlled storage units are maintained between 40° F and 80° F year-round. Our traditional units are protected from the weather but are not heated or cooled.

Extreme temperatures and high humidity can be destructive to some items you may be storing. For example, business records, files, and other important paper products can be damaged by high humidity levels. Also, electronics, antique furniture, instruments, and other delicate possessions are best stored in environments from 40° F to 80° F.

Here is a list of items you should consider storing in temperature-controlled conditions:
  • Papers, including files and important documents
  • Electronics and medical equipment
  • Home furnishings, especially antiques
  • Mattresses
  • Musical instruments