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Storage Features & Amenities

Climate-Controlled Storage

Temperature-sensitive items? Our climate-controlled storage units use circulated air systems to help maintain a more regulated environment for your belongings.

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Moving Supplies

Part of offering storage means anticipating your needs. We carry essential moving and packing supplies available for purchase at our locations to make move-in day a breeze.

Thoughtful Features

We maintain features like video cameras, electronically controlled access points, perimeter fencing, bright interior and exterior lighting, all to enhance your trust.


We know you have questions, so we’ve put together some of the most commonly asked ones below. If your question is not answered here, you can always reach out to any of our facilities, or our Care Center at 833-786-7366.

When calculating storage space, think in terms of rooms. A small storage unit can hold up to 1 room of furniture, a medium storage unit can hold about 2-3 rooms, and a large storage unit can hold 4-5 rooms. Need more? Visit our size guides or ask our storage specialists.

Yes, it is illegal to live in a storage unit! It’s also against local housing laws and is extremely dangerous.

Businesses should refrain from using their storage units for anything other than storage.

Climate-controlled storage units are kept between 55 and 80 degrees year-round to mitigate the damaging effects of temperature and humidity on sensitive items.

Disc locks, available for sale in the office, are the preferred locks for storage units.

Most guests choose AutoPay, our free automatic billing service, for their monthly payment. Payments can also be made online, in-store or by phone.

Storage Units in Waco, TX

We make searching for “storage units near me” in Waco, TX easy as pie. Store Space in Waco is here to bring everyone in town easy and affordable storage solutions.

Whether you’re eating lunch at Magnolia Table or cheering on the Baylor Bears, you can rent a unit from anywhere. Just rent online in just minutes for our lowest rates, or rent by phone or come visit us in-store.  

Visit our Waco location at the address below and click over to our store page to see what’s available.

Waco, TX

Resources to help you

  • How Self Storage Works

    If you’ve never rented self storage before, we’re here to help.

  • Making a Reservation

    Once you’ve found the right storage unit you can lock in your price by making a free reservation.

  • Moving In

    Here’s what you need to know to make the process as smooth as possible.

Store Space Storage Facilities in Waco

Whether you’re renovating your house to be more “Farmhouse-chic,” looking for off-site document storage, or moving into your dorm, self-storage can come in handy. Store Space offers storage solutions for your business storage and personal storage needs.

You can visit any of our offices for a tour, or give us a call for rentals, hours and store info. 

Store Space Waco

Store Space Self Storage Waco is located at 1620 La Salle Ave – We're located less than 5 minutes from the Baylor University campus. Rent online, stop by or contact our storage professionals at 254-355-4400.

Features and amenities at this location include:

  • Climate-Controlled Storage
  • Drive-Up Storage
  • Many Available Units
  • Clean Units
  • ADA-Accessible Parking
  • Gate Access 6 a.m. – 10 p.m. Daily
  • Boxes, Tape & Supplies Sold in Office
  • 10% Discount For Active Military & Veterans

Types of Storage Available in Waco

We offer a variety of unit sizes and amenities to ensure you’ll find the perfect storage unit. Our smallest units are usually 5x5, and can be used for boxes, small furnishings and seasonal items, and our largest units can be used for inventory, warehousing needs, or whole-household storage. Our most popular sizes include: 

  • Small storage units – 5 ft. x 5 ft. (25 sq. ft.) great for extra boxes, holiday decorations, small furnishings
  • Medium storage units – 10 ft. x 10 ft. (100 sq. ft.) can fit furniture, appliances, the contents of a 1 or 2 rooms
  • Large storage options – 10 ft. x 20 ft. (200 sq. ft.) ideal for whole household storage (large furniture, appliances), warehousing needs

Climate-controlled storage units

Soak up that Texas sun! Even though you love the climate in Texas, you’re stored items may not.  Store Space offers climate-controlled storage units to help mitigate damage for sensitive items like furniture, antiques, electronics and paper, which can be affected by humidity and fluctuating temperatures.

Indoor storage units

Our climate-controlled storage units are inside an enclosed building. These indoor units offer an additional layer of protection from the weather outside.

Drive-up storage units

Drive-up units are the perfect option for those looking to access their unit often. You can park right next to your storage unit to load and unload your items. 

Student storage

Whether your roommate is taking over your space, you’re studying abroad, traveling home during breaks or enjoying a gap year—you might need more space. With our convenient monthly rentals and affordable rates, Store Space is perfect for students.

Bears need self-storage, too! By bears, we mean Baylor students. Good thing we’re less than 5 minutes away from Baylor University.

What we like about Waco

Chip and Joanna have undoubtedly had a major impact on the city of Waco. But there’s more to Waco than just keeping up with the Gaineses.

Waco is the county seat of McLennan County along the Brazos River. The city has historic homes, theaters, art exhibits, parks and even a National Monument. Oh, and just under 140,000 residents call Waco home—that’s a big deal.

Here are some of our favorite things about the heart of Texas:  


Waco doesn’t shy away from its history—it embraces its past. There are plenty of historic places and educational centers to visit and study in the area.

About 100 miles south of Dallas, Waco was founded in 1849 at the site of a Southern Plain Native American tribe village (known in Spanish as the "Hueco"). Eventually, its economy was heavily reliant on cotton, until the railroad came to town in 1881. Then in 1910, the Alico building was constructed. It is the second oldest skyscraper in Texas and it’s still standing!

One of the worst natural disasters in Waco, and the deadliest Texas tornado since 1900, occurred in 1953. Although the Waco tornado brought tragedy, residents came together and rebuilt the city. This catastrophe also contributed to the development of a tornado warning system for the whole country.

Waco experienced hardships, but they always came out stronger. Flash forward to the 2010s, there was a sudden rise of tourism due to a certain TV show based in Waco—keep reading to meet the Gaineses!

The Gaineses

Waco, TX existed long before Chip and Joanna Gaines rolled into town, but it hasn’t been the same since. Since their HGTV series “Fixer Upper” first aired in 2013, the economy and tourism industry around town has grown, and the housing scene has overwhelmingly shifted to “Farmhouse-chic.”

Beyond the television series, Chip and Joanna own a number of local businesses including Magnolia Homes, Magnolia Realty, Magnolia Market, Magnolia Seed & Supply and Silos Baking Co.—it’s fair to say they’ve impacted the heart of Texas.


Baylor University was officially established by Baptist pioneers in 1845 in Independence, TX. Today, the Baylor campus covers over 1,000 acres in Waco, and the total enrollment in Fall 2020 was just under 20,000. That’s pretty good for the oldest continually operating university in the state. It frequently ranks in the top 100 of national universities.


There are a few other colleges in the area, including McLennan Community College and Texas State Technical College.

Culture and Arts 

Did you know, Waco is the birthplace of Dr. Pepper? This soft drink originated in 1885 at Morrison’s Old Corner Drug Store in Waco, TX. So, when you’re in Waco, you must visit the Dr. Pepper Museum.

Waco is home to many more historical places and museums including Earle-Harrison House and Pape Gardens, Earle-Napier-Kinnard House Museum, East Terrace House Museum and McCulloch House Museum. You can also visit the Martin Museum of Art, Mayborn Museum Complex, Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum, and Waco Police Museum.

There is even more history to be experienced in the libraries in the area. Check out the Texas Collection, Red Men Museum, Masonic Grand Lodge of Texas, Lee Lockwood Library and Museum and Armstrong Browning Library and Museum.


Waco isn’t necessarily known for their professional sports—they’re known for the Baylor Bears. The athletics program has won 12 team national championships in the Big 12 era, and numerous individual national championships on top of that.


We know you’ll work up an appetite experiencing everything Waco has to offer. But don’t worry, there are delicious restaurants, diners, bakeries and BBQ joints on every corner.

First off, you have to try the Gaineses food while you’re in town. Magnolia Table is a breakfast and lunch spot serving up Jo’s buttermilk biscuits and plenty of pie. You can also stop by the Silo Baking Co., where you can stock up on pastries, cookies and cupcakes.

If you’re looking for some neighborhood BBQ, you’ve got to try Jasper’s BBQ, Guess Family BBQ or order a Gut Pak at Vitek’s BBQ.

Of course, there are a million options besides BBQ—stop in Lula Jane’s for baked goods, Blasian Asian for Cambodian and Asian food, Clay Pot for Vietnamese, or Milo All Day for southern comfort food. Jake’s Texas Tea House is a must-try, it’s a 1940s vintage gas station-themed restaurant.

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