Helpful, nothing wrong with unit, hidden fees but still cheapest option
The staff was very friendly and let us see the unit before committing to rent the unit. The facility seems secure and well managed. It was $5 cheaper per month to reserve the unit through Sparefoot than when I called them to ask questions and they basically signed me up for a unit (which we cancelled). There is a registration fee ($24) for the first month but this is offset since it is only $1 rent for the first month. You have to have insurance on the unit but it would've been cheaper to pay for rent and insurance than to rent in other places in town, plus, your homeowners insurance may already cover it like ours did. You have to bring your own lock (or buy one of theres for $20) but that seems pretty standard for most storage places. Basically, there were some partially hidden fees (listed above) but even with those, it was still cheaper than other places. Overall, had a great experience!