Serving Ft. Lauderdale & Broward County Florida

Stirit Storage provides a technology-based solution to an old industry (the outdated Self Storage industry) that is often inconvenient to use. Our storage service recently launched in Broward County, Florida and it is a real disruptor as we deliver (literally) a much better storage experience. We deliver your items to the storage facility, and we also deliver your belongings back to you when you need then. We are delighted to provide Fort Lauderdale and Broward County with this convenient solution for people that are moving or trying to better organize their lives (or businesses).

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Do you live in Ft. Lauderdale and want to declutter or simplify your life?

When we look at customer surveys we realize that the number one reason why our customers are looking for storage is to de-clutter their lives. We believe that today’s young urban professionals are wanting to get rid of clutter and be able to achieve this lifestyle goal in the same way they now order pizza, a car ride with Uber, laundry, all through their computer or phones. Do you live in Ft. Lauderdale and want to declutter? Then, please forget about the old method of obtaining / using self-storage and try out Stirit Storage! We look forward to hearing from you and changing your expectation on the convenience of having a self storage unit in Ft. Lauderdale.

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Fort Lauderdale Self Storage / About Stirit Storage

Stirit Storage is redefining self storage in Ft. Lauderdale and Broward County, Florida. Rather than paying for an entire storage unit, you only pay for what you need to store. Our pricing approach and model is well suited for young professionals who may want to create additional space in their home or apartment. Our service is also ideal for disabled veterans or people who cannot drive (or would rather not drive). Our team comes to you to pick up and return your storage items. You don’t need to worry about renting a truck for large items or fighting Ft. Lauderdale traffic to get to a storage facility.