Storing a Mobile Home

Is there a way to store away a mobile home if I don't have a lot to put it on?
Are there any companies that charge a monthly fee to keep a mobile home stored?

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February 18, 20170 found this helpful
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Yes, most storage places do it, and in our area there are a lot of lakes. As a result the marinas that do boat storage often do rv and small mobile home storage as well.

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February 16, 20170 found this helpful

This is from a company called Jerry's in Florida:

We store RV's, trucks, trailers, vans, sports utilities, cars, etc.

OUTDOOR RATES
(all rates based on up to 8 ft. width)

Rates start at $55.00 per month

PRICES (based on 8ft width)
Up to 12Ft. $55.00
Up to 18Ft. $60.00
Up to 25Ft $65.00
Up to 30Ft $75.00
Up to 35Ft $80.00
Up to 40Ft $99.00
Up to 45Ft $125.00
Up to 50Ft $200.00
Dump Trucks $200.00

One time account setup fee of $20.00 is added to all new accounts.

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All storage and rates are based on a 6-month minimum term. Management may change any of the above listed rates and terms without notice.

All credit card, phone, and pre-paid orders are NOT REFUNDABLE.

Newest rates may not be posted on this website.

All pre-paid rent and move-in specials are not refundable.

Additional 7% sales tax applies to all rates above.

Selecting a Space Size

For vehicles: The entire vehicle must fit inside the space to keep the isles for maneuvering.

For boats: Boats, motor and trailer must fit inside space.

For RV's: RV, tongue, and ladder or tire on back must fit inside space.

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February 16, 20170 found this helpful

Renting a public storage place

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February 16, 20170 found this helpful

You would do well to check any storage facility in your area. The bigger ones I always see giant RVs and boats in storage. I imagine it would be less than $200 depending on your area

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February 19, 20170 found this helpful

I do not have sufficient information to really answer your question. You state a mobile home - not an RV or travel trailer so I see that as a completely different ballgame.

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Many storage places for even long trailers will not always let someone set up a mobile home for storage as there many factors to consider. One of the answers shows for an 8ft. wide and I do not believe they now make a mobile home that narrow. I believe others are also going on the assumption you mean a "trailer" - and maybe you do(?).

How wide is your mobile home? Length? Single or double wide? How old is the home? Is it road worthy? Is it set up now? Do you have someone to move it or know the cost to do so? Do you have wheels/tires that are road worthy and will they remain with the trailer while in storage? Can you get a permit to move it to the location you find?
I realize these are a lot of questions and maybe you will not need to answer any of them - but - if you are truly asking about a mobile home then you will need to review these questions and maybe more.
You could try calling some of the companies that rent regular mobile home lots as they many times have extra spaces they will rent for just storage at a much cheaper per month rate.

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If you are looking for a temporary place to park a mobile home then I would suggest you Google your question with your zip and see what you can find. Also, you can place a free ad under Wanted in Craig's List and even FreeCycle and maybe someone will have a private space (farm land, extra lot -if the city/county will approve) or even a barn that you could use.

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