# What Size Storage Unit Will I Need?

Self-storage units come in various sizes from a small unit of 20 feet to upwards of a 200 feet. Self storage companies usually only quote floor space (width x length) when describing the different sizes of unit they have available and don’t generally give a cubic feet capacity unless asked.

So a 70 ft2 unit may be 10 feet in length by 7 feet wide = 70 ft2

To convert to cubic feet value of your storage room or unit simply add the height to the equation (length x width x height).

## How High Are Storage Units?

The height of a self storage unit is normally about 8 feet, so the total cubic capacity of a 70 ft2 unit would be:

Length Width Height Cubic Feet
10ft 7ft 8ft 560 cubic ft

## What Size of Unit Will I Need For My House?

Bedrooms Size Volume
1

50ft2-75ft2

15m2-23m2
400-600cubic ft

11-17m3
2

75ft2-100ft2

23m2-30m2
600-800cubic ft

17-23m3
3

100ft2-150ft2

30m2-46m2
800-1,200cubic ft

23-23m3

1 foot = 0.3048 metres
1 metre = 3.2808399 feet (3 feet 3⅜ inches)

Please remember that all house contents are different so the above unit size requirements are approximations only. Always check with your storage company.