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Extra Space Storage in Cottonwood Heights, Utah

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Extra Space Storage



Address:

2795 East Cottonwood Pkwy
#400

Cottonwood Heights,
Utah,
84121

Phone:
(801) 562-5556
Reviews:
Based on: 0 reviews

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About Us

Store your belongings at Extra Space Storage on 2795 East Cottonwood Pkwy in Houston, TX today! Our large selection of storage units, climate controlled units, drive up access, exceptional security, all-hours access and helpful staff make finding the right self storage unit for you easy and hassle-free. Experience the professionalism, cleanliness, and commitment to exceptional customer service that Extra Space Storage is known for. Contact us today to reserve your storage unit or set up a time to stop by and take a tour of our facility!

Hours of Operation:

Monday :9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday :9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday :9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday :9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday :9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday :9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Sunday :closed

Categories

  • Warehouses - Merchandise & Self Storage

Products

  • Self Storage
  • Moving & Packing Supplies
  • Boxes

Services

  • Climate Controlled Units
  • Drive Up Access
  • Exceptional Security
  • All-Hours Access
  • On Site Manager Available
  • Covered Parking
  • Loading Dock
  • Lifts Available
  • Wifi Available
  • Workshop Units Available
  • Wide Drive Isles
  • Warehouse Space Available
  • Computer Printer Available
  • Meeting Room Available
  • Manager Living On Site

Keywords

  • storage units
  • storage
  • self storage
  • storage near me
  • storage facilities
  • mini storage

Phones

  • FAX:(801) 562-5579

Websites

  • reservation:https://www.extraspace.com/Storage/Facilities/US/Texas/Houston/1000000217/Facility.aspx?cid=org::ld::yext&utm_source=yext&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=org::ld::yext

Emails

  • :amcdonald@extraspace.com

Year Established

  • 1977

Languages

  • English

Associations

  • Self Storage Association



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Helpful Tip for: Warehouses - Merchandise & Self Storage

 Warehouses - Merchandise and Self Storage, in Cottonwood Heights, refer to storage solutions that are offered on rental basis to individuals and business concerns to store goods and miscellaneous articles for an agreed period of time. These storage spaces are available in varying sizes to accomodate goods, and are usually secured with security locks and alarm system to ensure complete safety of these goods. Most of them are climate-controlled to prevent damage of goods. 


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