Kennewick Legacy Storage Units FAQ's


The first step is to determine the size of storage unit you will need. The size guide shown in our unit descriptions can provide a general idea of how much will fit into a specific storage unit. The capacity of a storage unit will vary based on the type of items you are storing and how you pack. For instance, if you are storing large furniture or appliances those items will take up more space.

All storage unit sizes are approximate in square footage.  The amount you can store will vary based on the size of your items and how you pack the items in the unit.


Storage units are rented on a month-to-month basis.

Legacy Storage Solutions offers 1 month FREE for a 12 month leasing term!  You get the 12th month FREE!  To receive the discount you must pay the full 11 month amount in advance.  No refunds on promotional discounts.


The type of lock you use to secure your unit is very important.  A good quality lock will have a thick, hardened steel shackle and a 5-pin tumbler.  We recommend you use a disc lock. This is the most difficult lock for someone to tamper with.  Also, new renters who purchase Tenant Protection from March 1, 2021, will be subject to a $200 deductible if a disc lock is not used and a burglary takes place.  It is also recommended that you keep an extra key in a safe place in case you lose your key.  For a fee, a locksmith will cut your lock if you lose your keys.

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Legacy Storage Solutions does not insure the items that you are storing in the unit.  We recommend that you speak to an insurance agent about renter's insurance or confirm whether the items will be covered under a homeowner's policy.

We offer Tenant Protection Plans at very reasonable rates.  You can add a Tenant Protection Plan when you rent a unit or add it to an existing unit at a later date.  Our Tenant Protection Plan is for indoor storage units only.


To protect your items from rodents and insects do not store perishable food, pet food or anything that can spoil and that will attract unwanted pests.  Do not store kitchen appliances that have not been cleaned.

Unfortunately, we cannot control what your neighbor will store in their storage unit.  To better protect items pack using new boxes and avoid using boxes from the grocery store or any boxes that have been used for food and beverages.  Better yet, invest in plastic totes with lids and cover mattresses, sofas and chairs with plastic covers.

Storage units can get very hot in the summer and really cold in the winter.  Items that are volatile, flammable, combustible, explosive or poisonous, i.e., paint, batteries, tires, asbestos, chemicals, corrosives and pollutants are prohibited from being stored in the storage unit.