Storage Outlet Self Storage Chino (91710)

13879 Central Ave. Chino, CA 91710

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Features - Involving RV/Boat Storage

  • 24 Hour Digital Cameras
  • All Units Ground Level
  • Variety of Sizes to Meet Your Needs
  • Boxes, Locks & Moving Supplies
  • Open 7 Days a Week
  • Month-to-Month Rentals
  • Commercial Deliveries Accepted
  • Call Managers for Specials

Driving Directions

From the 60E Exit 60E at Central Ave Right on Central Ave From the 60W Exit 60W at Central Ave Left on Central Ave From the 71N Exit 71N at Grand Ave Right on Grand Ave Left on Central Ave

About Us

Need self storage in Chino? At Storage Outlet in Chino we are dedicated to providing you with the best in self-storage for business or personal needs. We offer ground level storage units in a clean, secure environment. Our state-of-the-art facility features climate control units, individually alarmed storage units, and are the newest facility in the area. Our professional management staff will be glad to assist you -- we are here to help! Whether you are moving into a new home, going away to college, or even just cleaning out the garage, Storage Outlet is here to help you along the way. Serving the Chino area including Chino Hills, Pomona, Ontario and nearby communities of the inland empire.

City Information:
Chino is a city in San Bernardino county. It is located in the western end of the Riverside-San Bernardino Area and it is easily accessible via the Chino Valley (71) and Pomona (60) freeways. Chino is bounded by Chino Hills to the west, unincorporated San Bernardino County (near Montclair) to the north, Ontario to the northeast, unincorporated San Bernardino County to the southeast, and unincorporated Riverside County to the south. The population was 77,983 at the 2010 census, up from 67,168 at the 2000 census. Chino and its surroundings have long been a center of agriculture and dairy farming, serving the considerable demands for milk products in Southern California and much of the southwestern United States. Chinos rich agricultural history dates back to the Spanish land grant forming Rancho Santa Ana del Chino. The area specialized in orchard, row crops and dairy. Downtown Chino is home to satellite branches of the San Bernardino County Library and Chaffey Community College, the Chino Community Theatre, the Chino Boxing Club and a weekly Farmer's Market. In 2008 the City of Chino was awarded the prestigious "100 Best Communities for Youth" award for the second time in three years. Chino hosted shooting events for the 1984 Summer Olympics at the Prado Olympic Shooting Park in the Prado Regional Park. Two California state prisons for adults (California Institution for Men and California Institution for Women), as well as the Heman G. Stark Youth Correctional Facility, lie within the city limits. The land grant on which the town was founded was called Rancho Santa Ana del Chino. Santa Ana is Spanish for Saint Anne, but the exact meaning of "Chino" has been explained in different ways. One explanation is that the "Chino," (curly-haired person or mixed-race person) was the chief of the local Native American village.
The president of the Chino Valley Historical Society, drawing on US Civil War-era letters, designates the "curl" referenced in the toponym as that at the top of the grama grass that abounded in the valley.

Packing and Storage Tips:
Lets Start With The Ten Commandments of Self Storage
1-Use boxes that are the same in size - they will stack up much easier and utilize the space you have much better.
2-As you stack, place heavy boxes on the bottom and lighter on the top. Seems logical but we have seen many a crumbled box.
3-Make sure that you leave walkways between boxes so you can have ready access.
4-Half full boxes tend to collapse easier during stacking.
5-Leave a little space between your unit walls and boxes - helps air circulate
6-Storing a refrigerator or washer/dryer? Leave doors slightly ajar this can help prevent mold from growing.
7-NO flammables or combustibles allowed in any of the storage units.
8-Photo or Video document your stored items thoroughly.
9-Label your boxes for quick identification.
10-Bubble wrap and newspaper fragile items.

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