AAA Platte Avenue Self Storage

USDOT # 1790127
4510 Edison Avenue Suite 100
Colorado Springs, CO 80915
Colorado Springs
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Moving with AAA Platte Avenue Self Storage

We’re your single-source solution for your moving and storage needs. Conveniently located in Colorado Springs, near Fort Carson, Shriever Air Force Base, and Peterson Air Force Base, we offer secure, temperature-controlled storage units in a wide range of sizes, as well as covered and uncovered spaces to store your vehicles. Our on-site selection of UHaul rental vehicles and assortment of moving supplies ensures you’ll have everything you need to both move and store your valuables. With 24-hour access, a security patrol, and lighted parking, you’ll also know that you can reach your valuables any time; and that you, and they, will be safe whatever time you do so.
Just as importantly, though, our range of storage and moving solutions is backed by our high-quality customer service. Our experienced, attentive management team will help you select the right storage solution for your needs, while our online bill-pay options make maintaining your unit simple and efficient. AAA Platte is the choice for storage in Colorado Springs.

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