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Being the largest geographical and northernmost state in the U.S., Alaska is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise. With mountains, glaciers, and wildlife, there's always unique options for recreation. Alaska's economy is all about oil, too, which means there are plenty of job opportunities. For those looking to receive an education in Alaska, there are a good selection of schools to choose from, including University of Alaska (in both Fairbanks and Anchorage) and Alaska Pacific University.

The northern state of Alaska has over half of the world’s glaciers, more than 3 million lakes and Mt. Mckinley, the highest peak in all of North America. While the Arctic region of northern Alaska has fairly frigid weather most of the year, southern portions of the state, around Fairbanks, have summers with temperatures creeping up into the 90s. In Anchorage, Alaska’s largest city, mini storage facilities house mountain bikes, for use on the region’s 122 miles of bike paths and rock climbing equipment, for scaling the 5000-foot mountain peaks in Chugach State Park. Given that Juneau is inaccessible by car or train, self storage units in the area are used to store boats and planes needed to reach the mainland. Self storage facilities in Nome protect dog sledding equipment for participants in the annual Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. The four-season city of Fairbanks has self storage units overflowing with kayaks, canoes, snowmobiles and skis, for residents ready to take on the terrain year-round. Alaska has hundreds of self storage facilities in its populated regions.

While Alaska has so much to offer for current and incoming residents, it is becoming an increasingly popular place to live, which means the demand for space is rising. If you find yourself in need of extra storage space, Storage.com can help. A convenient and simple option, Storage.com provides one place for you to find, compare, and rent a storage unit in your area.

How can Storage.com help you find an Alaska storage unit? We make searching for your storage solution easy by allowing you to filter results based on what's important to you. Start by searching for storage in the city of your choice. From there, you can filter results based on price, special features, unit size, and more. That means you're only looking at the results that are relevant to your needs.

In Alaska, climate-controlled units will be something to consider. The bitterly cold temperatures and long winters can be damaging for storage items like electronics. In order to protect these items, you will need to keep them at a consistent, moderate temperature. Climate-controlled storage units typically keep storage temperatures in between 50 and 80 degrees, which means your items are safe from any type of damage caused by fluctuations in the temperature.

Thanks for choosing Storage.com in your search for Alaska self-storage. If you have any questions about our website or need any advice on renting the storage unit that best fits your needs, call in and talk with one of our storage representatives. Once you've identified the Alaska storage unit that you want to rent, you can reserve and set a move-in date right from the website.