We all look for storage space when relocating or storing things for various reasons. While self-storage is convenient, easy to access and cleaner than using warehouse space, we understand that you might be concerned about the cost as self-storage rates are usually not fixed and priced based on your needs. In this article, we’ll share the average cost for self-storage units and how self-storage can be a reasonable choice for you.


  1. Cost varies depending on the size of the unit

It makes sense that the price for a storage unit depends on the size of the space. If you’re looking for small units such as a locker, you can find some that start from approximately $50. If you’re keen on bigger size spaces, there will be incremental charges as we scale in the size of the storage space. With Extra Space, you’ll able to choose units ranging from 1.5 to 40 square metres, giving you the flexibility of choices. Compare storage prices instantly here!


  1. Cost varies depending on the Promotions

Some self-storage companies such as Extra Space are offering monthly price promotions across different facilities. Therefore, even if you enquire about the same size as the unit, the cost may become different. For example, the Apujoeng facility is giving 20% off for Large size units, while the Banpo facility is giving 50% off for the same size of the unit during that period. Consider the locations and price before you make your decision! Check out all our current promotions at a glance here.


  1. Is self-storage cost-effective?

YES! Convenience aside, you can see how much you can save with the on-going promotions. Plus, you also have the flexibility to pay only for the exact duration you need. Extra Space offers a flexible storage period from as short as 2 weeks to as long as required. On top of this, all of our storage facilities are 24/7 air-conditioned and dehumidified, keeping your storage unit conditions optimal all-day long. Call us today at 1899-8708 to find out more!



The New Year also marks the official time to clean up your entire house. Especially in 2020, when all of us have spent quite a lot of time at home working, gathering, and even exercising. With all these activities happening, we assume that your home should be packed with more things as usual by now. And seeing as how we’ll most likely be stuck at home for the foreseeable future, here are some easy cleaning tips that you can use right now!


  1. Organising

Before you start your cleaning process, take a look at everything you have at home right now. See what makes your house cluttered. Identify the things that contribute the most mess at home, because that’s what you should focus on organising first. 1) Choose what you really need and (still) want in 2021. 2) Decide to discard or donate the rest. This process should always come before general house cleaning for the New Year.


  1. Whole house cleaning

We need to be efficient when it comes to cleaning the entire house. Think of the whole unit instead of room by room. If your first step of cleaning is vacuuming, just do it for the entire floor from the living room to the kitchen. Once done, simply go to the next step in mind. If it’s mopping, be sure to consistently mop the floor from the bedroom to the living room. You can save time and feel even more productive if you clean the house step by step, rather than room by room.


  1. Storage space

One of the reasons why your home might clutter is probably due to the lack of storage spaces at home. As there is no more space to place and conceal your items neatly, things are left out in the open. If you’ve decluttered quite a fair bit, but still find yourself lacking space, consider using a self-storage.


By storing things at another space, you can now simply secure more space home! With Extra Space, choose to store from as short as 14 days to as long as you need. What’s more, you can access your storage unit 24/7 anytime you need. Price is also super reasonable now as Extra Space is giving up to 50% off for our new customers. Call us today at 1899-8708 to find out more.