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3618 North US Hwy 277 Eagle Pass, TX 78852




  Storage Glossary
  • Administration Fee – Self-storage facilities often charge a onetime administrative fee instead of charging a refundable or non-refundable security deposit. Maverick Self Storage never charges an administration fee. The administration fee is typically less than the traditional deposit amount. Some facilities collect administrative fees to offset the cost of processing paperwork for new rentals.
  • Brass Lock – An individual lock that is weather resistant, corrosion resistant, and features anti-pick tumblers.
  • Business Storage – Businesses often need extra space for seasonal items, pharmaceutical storage, and inventory. Self-storage is a good alternative to expensive leased retail space.
  • Temperature Control – Storage facilities that offer Temperature Control will use reasonable efforts to avoid temperature extremes in these units. Units are considered Temperature Control when units are kept warmer than the outside temperature in cold weather and cooler than the outside temperature in hot weather, through an HVAC or other system. Temperature controlled units are ideal for items that are sensitive to changes in temperature and humidity levels.
  • Computer Controlled Access – Storage units secured by doors/gates that are accessed by the tenant entering their access code in a gate access system (the personal code is entered into a keypad -see keypad for more information)
  • Drive-Up Unit – This unit type is often accessible from a main driveway. These units are positioned so tenants can drive right up to the storage unit door for easy loading and unloading of belongings.
  • Gate Access Code – Storage facilities that have a security access system will give tenants individual access codes which will open the gate/door that secures the storage property. Individual access codes help to prevent non-authorized individuals from entering the facility.
  • Household Storage – If your household lacks closet space, a garage, or a basement, self storage is a good way to store your extra goods such as seasonal clothes or decorations, extra furniture, bikes, and cars. Self-storage is also useful if you are moving or trying to sell your house and need to clear clutter.
  • Insurance – Self-storage facilities are not responsible for the contents of your unit so it is always a good idea to insure the goods you are storing. Self-storage insurance is almost always available to you at the time you rent your unit through the self-storage facility or through an independent third party who is referred by the self-storage property. Before you buy insurance, check with your own agent. In many cases, your homeowner’s or renter’s policy will cover you at no extra cost.
  • Keypad – A security device generally tied into an access entry control system. This entry control system requires storage customers to enter a private access code in order to gain access to the self-storage property. For security purposes, most systems track when customers enter and exit the property.
  • Month to Month Lease – When choosing a storage facility, this is something storage customers should be aware of. A month to month lease means the tenant pays monthly for as long as they need storage. This type of storage lease does not lock a tenant into a long term lease agreement. Most month to month leases start and are payable on the first of every month.
  • Hazardous Materials – Hazardous materials are items that are unsafe to store. Some examples of hazardous items include flammable or explosive materials, chemicals, fireworks, and gasoline.
  • Perishable Materials – Perishable materials should not be stored in a self-storage unit. Examples of perishable items include food or live animals.
  • Pharmaceutical Storage – Pharmaceutical representatives often store supplies in self-storage facilities; however, some products require climate control storage (for more information on temperature control – see above)
  • Pro-rated Rent – When you move in, you will pay  first month’s rent. The second month will be pro-rated.  For example, if you move in on August 12th, and your rent is $100 per month, you will pay (20/31) *$100 = $65.
  • Rent – Payment made by the tenant for storage rental. In the self-storage industry, rent can be due on the first of each month.
  • Rental Lease / Rental Agreement – A legal contract signed by the tenant. A rental lease or rental agreement is required by most-every storage facility in order to rent a storage unit.
  • Resident Managers – Managers who live on-site at a storage facility (referred to as on-site resident managers)
  • Self Storage - Abbreviated term for self-service storage, and is commonly referred to as moving storage, mini storage, mini warehouse, storage, storage locker, storage center, or self store. Self-storage facilities lease space to individuals storing household goods and other valuables, to businesses storing archived records, excess inventory, or pharmaceutical supplies, and to individuals storing recreational vehicles such as boats, campers, trailers, all terrain vehicles, and snowmobiles.
  • Steel Lock – An individual lock that is weather resistant, corrosion resistant, and features anti-pick tumblers.


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