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Romulus, MI Storage Units

Conveniently located off of Ecorse Road near I-94 in Romulus, MI, Storage Rentals of America offers easy access and convenient hours. Our knowledgeable customer service team can move you in over the phone or walk you through the different storage sizes, so you’ll have an easy moving and storage experience. We also offer flexible, month to month leases so you can rent as long as you’d like. Our clean storage units are protected by a state-of-the-art gate system, video recording, and brightly lit. You can also purchase moving and packing supplies like boxes, tape, and locks making us your one stop shop for storage and moving. Come see the Storage Rentals of America difference.

Unit Features

  • Climate-Controlled Units
  • Ground Floor Units
  • Drive Up Units
  • Indoor Units
  • Moving Supplies Available
  • Locks Available for Purchase

Access

  • Electronic Gate Access
  • Drive-Up Access

Security

  • Video Surveillance
  • Fully Fenced Facility
  • Well Lit Facility

Extras

  • Pay Online (Auto Pay Available)
  • Month-to-Month Leases
  • Tenant Insurance Available
  • No Deposit Required

Frequently Asked Storage Questions

Why Would I Need Self-Storage in Romulus, MI?

There are a variety of reasons why you might need self-storage in Romulus, MI.

  1. Need some extra space or maybe you’re downsizing to a smaller home.
  2. Are you getting married soon? Figure out which furniture and items will look best in your new home.
  3. Run a business? Self storage is a great place to store equipment, merchandise, or files.
  4. Looking for a long term storage solution for your company? Self-storage is a great cost effective solution.

Do I Need to Call Ahead to Tour Storage Units?

No, but those new to the storage rental process would benefit to give us a call. We can walk you through the rental process and help you select the right sized storage unit for your needs.


Can I Rent a Storage Unit in Person or on the Telephone?

We make the storage rental process easy. Rent your storage unit in person, over the phone, or online.


Does Storage Rentals of America Provide Locks?

Brand new locks are available to purchase at any of our locations. No one else will have a key except you so you can have peace of mind that your storage unit is secure.


How Long Can I Rent a Storage Unit?

Rent your storage unit as long as you like. We offer month to month leases to the make the rental process as easy as possible.


What is the Difference Between Climate Controlled Units and Drive Up Storage Units?

Climate controlled storage units are designed to be kept between 55 and 85 degrees. This allows some protection for valuables against the fluctuating temperatures.


What are the Benefits of Climate Controlled Storage Units?

Many customers want climate controlled storage units in order to protect items of sentimental or monetary value by keeping them at a temperature between 55 and 85 degrees. In addition, they’re cleaner as less dust and dirt can get in them.

About Romulus Michigan

Romulus, Michigan is a suburban city of Metro Detroit located in Wayne County. As of 2018, the population exceeded over 23,000 residents. Two known facilities calling Romulus home are the Detroit Metropolitan Airport and the General Motor (GM) plant.

The early Romulus settlers established the community’s traditional values and diversity. Through the years, the city has continued to protect and share the architectural features and early inventions from the past that contributed to building Romulus as we know it today. As part of an active metropolis, the residents enjoy the big city advantages and treasure the small town togetherness that remains one of the city’s utmost values for living here.

What to do in Romulus

The Romulus Historical Park and Romulus Historical Museum feature an 1839 one-room schoolhouse, 1855 restored the residence and a railroad freight house filled with artifacts, a caboose, and a windmill. Visitors and residents can participate in the city’s year-round celebrations at one of the community or neighborhood parks. In the summer, residents can enjoy Sounds in Downtown Summer Concert Series and Movies in the Park. When the autumn leaves change, the Fall Family Fun Festival and Scarecrow Contest is a real pleaser.

Working in Romulus

Being part of Detroit’s suburb, Romulus shares the influence of industry leaders and Fortune 500 companies contributing to a healthy economy. Short work commutes is another advantage to living in Romulus, as many corporate headquarters are located within minutes of its residential communities. The three largest job sectors in Romulus are the following

  • Trade, transportation, and utility industries accounted for the largest number of jobs.
  • Education and health services had the second largest employment increase over the same period.
  • Mining, logging, and construction came in as third highest increase for job growth.

Romulus Neighborhoods

Job growth and employment continuity always affect the market demand for real estate. Residents can choose between single family homes, small studios, apartment complexes, and mobile homes. Most of the properties are owner-occupied with very low or non-existent vacancy rates in the rental market. The population density is higher than the average for the state of Michigan. It may explain the high demand for family homes and low vacancy rates in rental properties.

All the neighborhoods listed have homes that were built between 1940 and 1969, new construction expanded the communities between 1970 and 1999. Here’s a list of the most expensive Romulus neighborhoods according to the median real estate price.

  • Sibley Rd/Telegraph Rd: Median real estate price is $234,500. Rent in this neighborhood is $1,500. Many of the homes are newer, being constructed between 2000 and the present.
  • New Boston: Median real estate price is $185,770, and rent is averaging about $915. This suburb is established, residents enjoy homes built with more recent designs. The community is a mix of owner-occupied and rentals.
  • Beverly Rd/Merriman Rd: Median real estate price is $166,700. Rent is reaching beyond $1,400. Several homes were constructed in early 2000, blending with some from earlier real estate developments.
  • Middlebelt Rd/Goddard Rd: Median real estate price is $142,120. Rentals rates are dependent on the homes’ size with a four-bedroom house reaching up to $2,000. During 2000 to the present, new construction added more modern designed homes.
  • City Center: Median real estate price in the City Center of Romulus is $132,800. The average rent is $920. There’s a mix of owner-occupied and rentals with older and established homes.

Romulus School District

Romulus Community School District is nationally recognized for its innovative educational programs. During the 2018-2019 school year, the student: teacher ratio was 20:1. That’s slightly higher than the state’s average of 18:1. Since, 2016, the school district’s spending per student has been higher than the state’s average. Some of these schools includes, Barth Elementary, Halecreek Elementary, Summit Academy, Brownstone Middle, and Metro Charter Academy.

There are also plenty of higher education options available. These campuses include Wayne State University, University of Michigan, Michigan State University, Albion College, and Henry Ford College.

Moving to Romulus Resource Guide

Driver’s License and Vehicle Registration: In the state of Michigan, the Secretary of State provides driver’s licenses, state identification cards, and vehicle registration. Many of these services are accessible online. To find an office location use the online search tool.

Electricity and Natural Gas: Provided by DTE Energy and new services can be started online.

Water Service: Provided by the City of Romulus. To start new service call 734-942-7580 or go in person to the City Hall office at 11111 Wayne Road in Romulus. After a new account is established, you can pay your monthly water bill, property taxes, and emergency services online.

Internet and Cable: More Choices for Cable TV, Satellite TV, and Internet Connections are shown at CableTV. Telephone services can be compared at Wirefly.

Garbage Collection: Provided by Advanced Disposal and more information about these services can be found online.

Romulus Municipal Government: Links to local government, city departments, and agencies can be found on the Romulus city home page. The Romulus Chamber of Commerce is a collective effort between the local government and the community. They have a wide variety of information where you can find additional information on local utilities, shopping, local dining options, and banking information. Not only that but you will be able to find healthcare facilities include several hospitals and medical centers like the world-class University of Michigan Medical Center.

Romulus Housing

The median real estate list price in Romulus is $120,000. In June 2019, the median price per square foot was $104 with 52 homes listed for sale. The cost of living in Romulus is 4% lower than in other cities in Michigan and 16% less than the national average. The area has thoroughly-mixed demographics with many nationalities represented. The median age in Romulus is around 37 years old. Quite a few families live in this suburb of the Detroit Metro Area.

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