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Storage Rentals of America in Knoxville is easily accessible off Sutherland Avenue near I-40. Our nearby storage facility offers convenient office and access hours. Don’t want to be locked into long term contracts? We offer flexible month to month storage leases, so you can rent as long as you’d like. With state-of-the-art security gates and video surveillance we offer peace of mind for your belongings.
Our customer service team can help you find your storage unit no matter your needs. Big or small, we have plenty of options, from mini storage units that are 5×5 to larger 10×30 storage units. Need help deciding what size you will need? Give our courteous customer service team a call. Our helpful team will walk you through the storage rental process and even move you in over the phone. All from the comfort of your home.
Moving to a new home or apartment soon? You can even purchase moving and packing supplies like boxes, tape, locks, and more in our office. Making us your one stop shop for storage and packing supplies. So stop on by and experience the Storage Rentals of America difference.
- Climate-Controlled Storage Units
- Ground Floor Units
- Drive Up Storage Units
- Indoor Storage Units
- Moving Supplies & Boxes Available
- Locks Available for Purchase
- RV, Auto, and Boat Storage
- Electronic Gate Access
- Drive-Up Access
- Video Surveillance
- Fully Fenced Facility
- Well Lit Facility
- Pay Online (Auto Pay Available)
- Month-to-Month Leases
- Tenant Insurance Available
- No Deposit Required
- Accepts Mail or Packages
Frequently Asked Storage Questions
Why Would I Need Self-Storage in Knoxville, TN?
There are a variety of reasons why you might need self-storage in Knoxville, TN.
- Need some extra space or maybe you’re downsizing to a smaller home.
- Are you getting married soon? Figure out which furniture and items will look best in your new home.
- Run a business? Self storage is a great place to store equipment, merchandise, or files.
- Looking for a long term storage solution for your company? Self-storage is a great cost effective solution.
How Do I Prepare My Vehicle for Storage?
While we recommend that you check your manufacturer’s instructions we put together some quick vehicle preparation guides. We want to make sure your vehicle runs as smooth as it did when you first put it into storage.
- Car Storage
- RV Storage
- Boat & Trailer Storage
- Motorcycle Storage
- ATV Storage
- Jet Ski Storage
- Snowmobile Storage
Do I Need to Call Ahead to Tour Storage Units?
While you do not need to call ahead, Our team is eager to help you with any questions you have. 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?
In person, over the phone, or online! We want to make renting a storage unit as easy as possible.
Does Storage Rentals of America Provide Locks?
You can purchase a brand new lock at any of our storage facilities. 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?
As long as you like! We offer month to month leases with no long-term commitments to make the rental process as easy as possible.
What is the Difference Between Climate Controlled Units and Drive Up Storage Units?
Climate controlled units are kept between 55 and 85 degrees to protect your valuables against harsh temperatures. Many drive up units allow you to drive your car up to your storage unit for easy loading and unloading.
What are the Benefits of Climate Controlled Storage Units?
Climate controlled units are great for protecting items of great monetary or sentimental value as they are kept between 55 and 85 degrees. In addition to this, less dust and dirt that get into interior units.
Moving and storage go hand in hand. Whether you’re traveling across town or across the country, moving is an exciting and fresh start. While Storage Rentals of America is here to help you with all your storage needs, we also want to help you get familiar with the area. That’s why we put together this resource guide for Knoxville.
What You Should Know About Knoxville, TN
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park frames Knoxville, Tennessee. Residents and tourists alike hike its trails, visit its landmarks and enjoy the serenity of its rolling mountains and greenery. While outdoor recreational activities abound across Knoxville, the city is also home to the University of Tennessee, the state’s flagship school. The university produces a steady stream of well-educated workers prepared to staff hospitals, schools and tech industries. For the past decade, Knoxville has seen a stable real estate market and healthy growth. U.S. News and World Report ranked Knoxville in the top 50 best places to live.
What to do in Knoxville
Aside from the numerous outdoor recreation activities provided by the lakes, mountains and rivers that surround this mid-size city, Knoxville is host to the University of Tennessee’s Volunteers. The football team draws enthusiastic crowds. Even if you aren’t a fan of the Vols, major SEC conference teams play at Neyland Stadium, the fifth largest football stadium in the country. The Lady Vols basketball team has an impressive following as well.
Small business shopping enthusiasts enjoy Market Square, a historic pedestrian mall that is home to vibrant restaurants, art galleries, an informative and entertaining walking tour through historic Knoxville and a variety of specialty shops. Knoxville is also home to The Sunsphere, an outdoor climbing destination with a spectacular view of the city and surrounding region.
The McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture, The Knoxville Museum of Art and The East Tennessee Historic Center are considered anchors of the downtown area and form the core of the city’s art district.
Working in Knoxville
Knoxville residents average a 23-minute commute time and earn a salary of $43,000 per year. Many skilled workers earn more than the average income. Employment opportunities abound in the recreation and outdoor industry, which make up the majority of blue-collar employment. The majority of white collar jobs are offered through the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the U.S. Department of Energy. Knoxville’s 12 hospitals and impressive health care system are a few of the city’s other employers.
Knoxville’s unemployment index is lower than the national average, thanks to small businesses catering to students and staff at the University of Tennessee and tourists visiting the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
The average median home cost in Knoxville is under $200,000. There are a range of housing choices among the 96 neighborhoods found within and around Knoxville. Here’s an overview of the most popular neighborhoods:
- City Center: Median home price $372,000
- Fountain City/Highland Park: Median home price $155,000
- McCalla Avenue/Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue: Median home price $78,649
- Lovell/Lovell Heights: Median home price $407,000
- Neubert/Grandview: Median home price $185,000
Knoxville School District
The Knox County School District is one of the city’s largest employers. Teachers and staff are well-educated and well-qualified. There are over 30 public elementary schools and 16 public middle schools in and around Knoxville. Students and families can choose online education options, community-focused schools and can also benefit from early childhood education programs and adult education programs. There are 16 high schools in the district, many offering a specific curriculum focus. STEM schools, charter schools, magnet schools and community schools are available, giving parents and students a great deal of independence when it comes to making education decisions.
The University of Tennessee is the most prestigious university in Knoxville, but other higher education opportunities include Johnson University, Knoxville College, and others.
Moving to Knoxville Resource Guide
Driver License: Services are available from the Tennessee Department of Safety & Homeland Security. New residents who need a driver’s license, a REAL ID, or vehicle registration services need to go to the offices.
Water and Sewer: Services are available from the City of Knoxville. or the other nearby districts depending on where you live, such as First Utility District, West Knox, Knox-Chapman, and Hallsdale-Powell.
Electricity and Natural Gas: Provided by the Kentucky Utilities Board. Services can be started online.
Propane: Available from Amerigas and information is on their website.
Garbage Collection, Bulk Collection, and Recycling: Services provided by the City of Knoxville.
Telephone Service: Offered by the companies listed on Wirefly.
TV and Internet Connections: Offered by companies listed on Cable.tv.
Knoxville Municipal Government & Park Department: The City of Knoxville has its office at 400 Main Street in Knoxville. The Knoxville Parks & Recreation Department manages the events, public parks, facilities, urban wilderness areas, greenways & trails. There are community centers, an arts & crafts center, and senior centers. There are aquatics programs, athletics programs, and sports programs for all ages.
Knoxville’s cost of living is directly related to its high quality of life. Homes in the city and its surrounding regions are affordable. Utility prices are low, as are transportation costs. Utility costs are low in part because of the region’s climate. The summer average is 77 degrees Fahrenheit (25 °C), while winter lows hardly ever dip below the freezing point. Driving is still the best way to get around Knoxville and to get out of town. The city is located at the juncture of several freeways, giving residents easy access to Atlanta, Nashville and Asheville, NC. Residents can drive to the local McGhee Tyson Airport to connect to larger hubs.
U.S. News and World Report’s value index gives Knoxville a 7.4 out of 10 rating for cost of living. In other words, the city offers a high value for its residents. Though wages are below the national average, residents are able to live comfortably, enjoy the outdoors, experience art and culture, cheer for the home team and travel with ease.