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Thread: Winter Storage

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    Gold Member Gold Member jbraun2828's Avatar
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    2 dollars is dirt cheap. We charge 2 dollars a foot for non heated.

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    We offer heated indoor storage and transportation if needed.

    Our rates are $5.00 per sq. ft. for storage Sept 1 2010 - May 15, 2011.

    Longest length on trailer or yard arms X widest with X $5.00.

    We have limited space so book now.


    Quote Originally Posted by double_trouble View Post
    New boat won't fit in garage. Options:

    1. Heated building at a marina - unusually expensive in my area (demand exceeds supply).
    2. Blue Shrink Wrap
    3. Cold indoor storage at a marina (nothing close but could expand search)
    4. Buy a trailer and then seek something out such as an airport hanger (no marine transport companies in local area).

    Home port is Bayfield, WI. Lots of snow and ice.

    Any comments on the pros/cons of heated storage, indoor cold storage, and the shrink wrap? Obviously I want to take care of her but I prefer to spend my boating dollars on things other than storage. I was once thinking shrink wrap, but that doesn't sound so great, as I have now heard mold and chafing can be an issue with that. Sorry to bring up this topic in July.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lightning jet View Post
    2.00 dollors a foot per month inside heat alarm toledo
    Quote Originally Posted by jbraun2828 View Post
    2 dollars is dirt cheap. We charge 2 dollars a foot for non heated.
    $2/ft/mo for indoor storage!!!!!!!!!?????????? That is INSANE! I wish someone offered that in CT.

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