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Unit  Size  Calculator (Estimate)

THIS IS A SIMPLE FORM THAT WILL HELP YOU CALCULATE THE CORRECT SIZE UNIT THAT YOU WILL NEED IN ORDER TO STORE YOUR THINGS.  IT ILLIMINATES THE GUESS WORK AND THE PAIN OF HAVING TO TRANSFER TO A LARGER SIZE IN THE FUTURE.  JUST ENTER THE AMOUNT OF EACH ITEM THAT YOU WILL BE PUTTING INTO STORAGE UNIT AND CLICK CALCULATE.   IF THE ITEM IS NOT LISTED JUST CHOOSE THE NEAREST SIZE ITEM AND ENTER IT THERE.  THIS IS AN ESTIMATE OF SPACE ONLY, IT IS NOT PRECISE AS THE ITEMS ARE NOT ALWAYS A VERY SPECIFIC SIZE.



Living Room Portable Bar Cabinet Floor Lamp
Bookcase Coffee Table End Table
Chair Rocker Chair Recliner Chair
Sofa Sofa bed Loveseat
Area Rug Daybed Entertainment Center
Video/Audio Console TV   Portable TV CD Player 
Receiver      Tape Deck Turntable
Floor Speakers  Computer  Other
Dining Room/ Kitchen Buffet  table Hutch China Cabinet
Dining Table   Kitchen Table Chair 
Bedrooms Single Mattress  Box spring  Head / Foot boards
Double Mattress    Box spring Head / Foot boards
Queen Mattress     Box spring Head / Foot boards
King Mattress  Box spring Head / Foot boards
Dresser  Night Table  Armoire
Baby Crib/Bed   Stroller Bath
Chest     Toy Chest Child's Chair
Chair Table  Playpen
Appliances Air Conditioner      Dehumidifier Microwave Oven
Refrigerator  Freezer Range
Dishwasher Washing Machine Dryer
Sewing Machine    Vacuum Cleaner Other
Sports Equipment Bicycle    Exercise Bike Game/Pool Table
Golf Equipment   Fishing Tackle Other
Miscellaneous
Items
Desk  Credenza  File Box
2 Drawers Filing Cabinet 4 Drawers Filing Cabinet Wardrobe Box
2 Foot Box 4 Foot Box  6 Foot Box
Suitcase   Power Tools Other
 

                                                  

Storage Sizes Examples


Estimated Total:

5' X 10' = 400 Cubic Feet

10' X 5' x 8'= 400 Cubic Feet

10' X 10' x 8'= 800 Cubic Feet

10' X 15' x 8' = 1200 Cubic Feet

10' X 20' x 8' = 1600 Cubic Feet

Remember cubic feet calculation is length x width x height
Cubic Feet