About Access Storage Now in Indiana
Proudly Serving Indiana with Reliable Self Storage Solutions
Thanks for checking in to see what we are all about! Access Storage Now is a leading partner in the self storage industry, currently serving customers in nine locations throughout southern Indiana. With more than 25 years of experience in the self storage industry, Access Storage Now diligently works to offer affordable, accessible and secure storage space for both residential and commercial customers. We continually strive to enhance our business and customer service approach by applying our management expertise, best practices and latest technology to each facility, including:
- Standard Storage Units
- Temperature-Controlled Storage Units
- Boat & RV Storage
For more information about our self storage solutions, feel free to contact the storage facility nearest you. We currently have storage facilities in Jasper, Huntingburg, Ferdinand, Dale, and Corydon.
Communities We Serve
- Birdseye, IN
- Corydon, IN – Budd Road
- Corydon, IN – Indiana 62 NW
- Dale, IN
- Ferdinand, IN North
- Ferdinand, IN South
- Huntingburg – E. State Road 64
- Huntingburg – 22nd Street
- Jasper, IN – Ireland
- Jasper, IN – Mill St.
- Jasper, IN – St. Charles St.
- Jasper, IN – Truman Rd.
- Washington – N Commercial Park Dr
The American Red Cross and Access Storage Now
As a means to help bring about a positive impact in the southern Indiana communities we serve, Access Storage Now has partnered with the American Red Cross to help those who are victims of natural disasters, such as fires or storms, get the space they need during times of duress.
If you have been affected by such a natural disaster and are in need of support, please contact the American Red Cross to receive your storage voucher, which you can present at any Access Storage Now location near you to receive the discount.
“Our communities are founded on strong relationships and support … With that in mind, we are happy to offer our services to those people who have been negatively affected by these tragic events.” – Brian Tretter, Co-Owner of Access Storage Now