At New Way Leasing, we have a variety of storage trailers available for rental. They come in different sizes, from our smallest 28-foot trailer to 40, 45, 48, and even 53 feet long!
Of course, the size of storage trailer you require will depend entirely on what and how much you need to store. We realize that it can be difficult to decide what size storage unit you will need just by simply looking at the items.
Even if the square foot measurements are provided, it can be a problem visualizing whether everything you wish to store will fit, particularly if not everything is boxed or of a standard size.
With that in mind, here are a few items that will fit. Some are more practical, some are just fun, but either way it’ll help you picture what can fit in your storage trailer.
What Can I Fit in a 28-foot Storage Trailer?
A 28-foot Pup Trailer is almost the same size as the standard double garage – around 1940 square feet. If you are looking for storage for your business, this size will work for storing bulky warehouse stock, merchandise, office furniture as well as palletized goods.
It can also hold:
- 100 full-sized mattresses, or
- 48,000 bananas, or
- 50-60 refrigerators, or
- 400 flat screen TVs, or
- Around 230,000 baseballs!
What Can I Fit in a 53-foot Semi-Trailer?
The 53-foot storage trailer is the really big one with almost 3500 cubic feet of capacity. Businesses and individuals use them for a variety of storage needs.
You can fit:
- 2 full-size cars, or
- 52 double-stacked 48 inch by 48 inch pallets (or 26 unstacked), or
- About 57,000 cartons of cigarettes, or
- 650 bales of hay, or
- Up to 800 tires (depending on the tire size), or
- 40,000 pounds of quarters will fill a 53 foot trailer about 3 feet deep!
We realise that it can be difficult for you to know exactly how much space to go for. If you are having a problem visualizing how your goods will fit, call our team at New Way Leasing who are more than ready to help you choose the right size trailer for your needs. We’re proud to serve Tacoma, Pacific, and the entire Seattle area.