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Keylock Mini-Storage




About Keylock Mini-Storage

Keylock Mini-Storage
Keylock Mini-Storage is a centrally located storage facility in the tri-county area. We are one of the few staffed offices in the area and also offer some of the lowest rates. Our clean well-kept property is perfect to store your items. Units are available from 5x5 to 10x30 as well as outside storage for campers, boats and trailers.We also carry a wide variety of items to meet all of your shipping, packing and storage supply needs. Serving Queensbury, Lake George, Glens Falls, South Glens Falls and Hudson Falls.

• On-site management
• Security camera
• Gated
• 24 hour access
• Boat & RV storage


Hudson Falls
1022 Dix Avenue, Hudson Falls, NY 12839

25 Triangle Park, Queensbury, NY 12804





Keylock Mini-Storage


  • Lower cost per square foot than most commercial real estate
  • Month-to-month rental terms as opposed to 6-12 month lease terms for commercial real estate.
  • Convenient access hours which extend past traditional office hours, with 24 hour access available.
  • 2 oversized garage doors and 2 walk doors for easy entrance
  • 40' x 30' with 20' ceilings
  • Ceiling fans for air circulation
  • Full electrical included
  • Please call 518.581.9123 for more details, pricing or to set up an appointment for viewing.
  • Conveniently located off exit 16 of the Adirondack Northway
  • Click here to visit our website!





Keylock Mini-Storage


Units and Availability


Size Notes

5 X5'

25 sq. ft'.

  • Comparable to hall closet or half bathroom
  • Holds small furniture, several boxes of items, file cabinet, etc.
  • Ideal for college students wishing to store items during summer

5' x10'

50 sq. ft.

  • Comparable to walk-in closet
  • Holds larger furniture such as a couch, chairs, dressers, along with boxes or other smaller items.
  • Up to two rooms' worth of items or the contents of a pickup truck
  • Good storage space for motorcycles or lawn mowers and seasonal equipment

5' x15'

75 sq. ft.

  • Comparable to large walk-in closet
  • Holds contents of a one-bedroom apartment, including extra boxes

10' x10'

100 sq. ft.

  • Comparable to average size bedroom
  • Holds contents of a two-bedroom apartment, including washer/dryer

10' x 15'

150 sq. ft.

  • Comparable to large bedroom
  • Holds contents of a three-bedroom apartment or a small house, rolls of carpeting or similar items

10' x 20'

200 sq. ft.

  • Comparable to small one-car garage
  • Holds contents of a large three-bedroom home along with furniture
  • Could also be used to store a car or small RV 

10' x 30'

300 sq. ft.

  • Comparable to extra-long one-car garage
  • Holds contents of a five-bedroom home, a 40 ft. moving van, or a larger boat or trailer




Helpful tips on packing and storing to save you space, time and money!

Make sure refrigerators and/or freezers are thoroughly dry and stored with doors slightly ajar. Some goods can be stored inside large appliances and boxes can be stacked on top of stoves, refrigerators and freezers. Be sure to clean stoves and cooking equipment before they are stored.

Bicycles and other metal items:
To retard rust, wipe all metal surfaces with a rag containing a few drops of machine oil.

Books and documents:
Pack books flat to protect their spines. To prevent moisture absorption, do not place boxes directly on concrete floors, but use pallets or skids. Use packing to fill out empty pockets in the boxes. Do not pack fragile items in the same box with books and do not overload.

Bedding, clothing, curtains, drapes and linens:
Hangers should be used on all clothing, curtains and drapes. Wardrobe boxes may be purchased in our office. If the items are too large for a box or cannot be hung, such items should be carefully folded and stored in dresser drawers, cedar chests or wardrobe style cardboard cartons along with bedding and linens. Food crumbs or stains should be removed before storing. Avoid storing anything that may attract pests.

Dishes and glassware:
Place a layer of packing inside the bottom and at the top of boxes containing glassware. Ideally these items should be stored in a specifically designed dish pack box (available in the office). All glass items should be individually wrapped: nest cups and bowls and stand plates, saucers and platters on edge. Wrapped glasses should be placed near the top of cartons. Again, fill all pockets with packing materials. Label all boxes containing glassware, and do not place heavy items on boxes containing glassware.

Place a pallet, corrugated cardboard mat, or plastic sheet on the floor and stand sofas and mattresses on end. Disassemble beds and tables and wrap table legs in paper. If a table will not disassemble, place padding on the floor and place the table on its top with the legs pointing up. Use dresser tops for stacking cartons and dresser drawers for linens or small, delicate items. Keep upholstery off the floor. Most lightweight chairs can be stacked "seat to seat" or placed upside down on tables which cannot be disassembled. Finally, place a light cotton (e.g., a bed sheet) or other dust cover on your furniture.

Holiday decorations:
Save the original cartons that contained delicate ornaments and pad the ornaments with packing paper or newsprint. Wrap strings of lights around a piece of cardboard before placing in a carton lined with packing paper.

Lamps: Wrap large lamps and place them in boxes and pack delicate lamp shades separately. Do not use newsprint to wrap lamp shades or any other goods that may be damaged by ink stains. Do not store heavy items on cartons containing lamp shades.

Mirrors, windows and screens:
These items should be stored on edge, not flat.

Metal tools should be cleaned and wiped with a rag containing a few drops of machine oil to retard rust. Long-handled tools such as rakes, shovels and hoes should be clean, lightly oiled and tied in bundles.

Insure your goods in storage:
The items you place in Keylock Mini-Storage spaces are the sole responsibility of you, their owner. Items are not insured by Keylock Mini-Storage. A good quality lock is the best way to ensure the safety and security of your belongings, regardless of any security system a storage facility may have. Check with your insurance carrier for coverage, or ask a storage consultant for a referral. Remember, if it's worth storing, it's worth insuring.

Prohibited storage goods:
Common sense and state laws determine what may be stored. You alone control access to your storage space; therefore, never store live animals, perishables, liquids, explosives, flammable liquids and fuels, toxic materials, or other items that need a controlled environment. Remember to drain the fuel from gasoline engines before storage.

Pack your storage space carefully:
Pack and stack carefully. This will minimize the amount of space you'll need and will prevent damage. Place frequently used items near the door and valuables in the rear of the unit. Pack heavy items in small boxes to make them easier to carry and place them on the bottom of stacks to prevent any damage to your belongings.



Keylock Mini-Storage



  • Accepts:
  • American Express
  • Cash
  • Check
  • Discover
  • MasterCard
  • Visa



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