Mini U Storage

Quick Summary

Mini U Storage® is a storage space provider. They are a relatively small but very competitive presence in the self-storage business and have been in business for over 30 years. In 2010, Mini U Storage was bought by the Dahn America360 Group who continued to manage the growing business under the Mini U Storage brand.


Mini U Storage has 36 outlets in nine American states across the south. Their head office is in Irvine, California and they have facilities as far east as Maryland and Virginia. As part of their asset portfolio, Mini U Storage adds to the over 5 million square feet of self-storage properties that Dahn has acquired to supply over 30,000 units of static self-storage to a growing market.

In-Depth Look at Mini U Storage

Mini U Storage is strongly capitalized and is able to offer excellent rates and service to the highly competitive self-storage industry. By focusing on the customer first and having the financial backing of the Dahn Group, Mini U Storage is able to offer some of the lowest per square foot of rental space possible.

Enclosed storage space at Mini U Storage facilities ranges from 20 square feet to 200 square feet. Outdoor space is plentiful at all locations for RV, boat, and vehicle storage.

Mini U Storage’s services include:

  • Climate controlled indoor storage
  • All weather outdoor storage
  • Free use of delivery trucks
  • Free first-month rent
  • Packing and moving supplies
  • Excellent access and hours
  • High-tech security devices
  • Short and long-term leases
  • Consultation in person, by phone, or online

Visit the Mini U Storage website for more information about their self-storage service and location. They have answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) as well as online guides, tips, and moving and storage resources.

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