A: We have been locally-owned and operated since 2008, offering safe, clean, secure storage units at locations conveniently throughout the South Hills of Pittsburgh. Whether you’re upsizing, downsizing, moving, or de-cluttering we’re confident that we can find a space that works for you. Check out what our customers are saying about us on Google or Facebook and follow us for updates and recommendations!

A: We have Climate Controlled and Non-Climate Controlled indoor units, Non-Climate Controlled Drive-Up units and outdoor storage. Sizes range from 5x5 to 10x30 indoors and 10x10 to 10x40 outdoors. Check out our Location Page to find the facility closest to you or give us a call for more details.

A: Check out our Space Guide for a detailed visual of what typically fits in each unit.

A: We offer month-to-month leases with first of the month billing. You’re welcome to rent for as long (or short) as you like! Our goal is to make your experience with us as smooth and simple as possible. Move in whenever, all we require is a 30-day notice to vacate.

A: Nope! We have a one-time, up front administrative fee of $25.

A: Yes, we require your items be insured at all our facilities. Renting a storage unit is similar to renting an apartment; the same way your landlord doesn't insure your personal belongings, Secondary Storage doesn't insure your items either. However, we do offer coverage that can be easily included in your monthly rent! Keep in mind: if you have homeowner's or renter's insurance your property may be covered, make sure to check with your agent.

A: Unfortunately, Secondary Storage does not have a copy or master key to any tenant units. We recommend having the lock removed by a locksmith.

A: We’re sad to see you go! Yes. We require a 30-day end of month notice, in writing. Click Here to get started.

A: We do not offer end of month pro-rated billing. If you have any questions regarding your unit and rental agreement, please don’t hesitate to ask. You can email us at info@secondarystorage.com or give us a call.

What size unit should I rent?

What size unit should I rent?