Storage, Hickory, NC

Our storage facility is the ideal solution for a variety of situations.

If you are like most people, you never seem to have enough storage space at your Hickory, North Carolina home. Not only can a storage facility be a benefit to unclutter your home and garage, but it can be a huge benefit during a relocation. At Ashe Van Lines Moving & Storage, our storage space is in a secure facility to keep your belongings safe. There are many situations where we can help, including:

Storage in Hickory, North Carolina

  • Gap Between Selling and Buying- It isn’t always possible to get the closings on your current home and your new home to coincide. If there is a gap of time in between, just have us load your belongings and take them to our storage facility. When you are ready for them at your new home, just let us know and we’ll load them back up and bring them to you.
  • Staging Home to Sell- The best way to get top dollar for your home is to work with your real estate agent to stage how it looks. If you have extra belongings that detract from the overall aesthetic, they might recommend you move certain items into a storage facility.
  • Blended Family- Adult children moving back home, an aging parent moving in, and marriage resulting in combining two established households are all situations where you might have more furniture than you can fit in your home. Since you might not yet desire to dispose of the overage, a storage facility gives you time to deal with the added items.
  • Temporary Assignment- If you need to be elsewhere in the country or the world for a temporary or extended assignment for your job, military service, or another reason, it can be cost effective to move your items into storage and sell your home or give up an apartment.

If you would like to know more about our storage facility or make arrangements to move items to it, reach out to us!


At Ashe Van Lines Moving & Storage, we offer storage services in Hickory, Gastonia, Mooresville, Lincolnton, Huntersville, Denver, Morganton, Asheville, Boone, and Concord, North Carolina.