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Table of Contents

- How do you find the diameter of a square foot?
- How many feet is 3 square feet?
- What is the diameter of 3 feet?
- How do you measure 3 square feet?
- How large is 5×5?
- What all can you fit in a 5×5 storage unit?
- Can a car fit in a 10×10 storage unit?
- How much is a 10×20 storage unit?
- How do I know what size storage unit I need?
- Do people live in storage units?
- How big is a 10×10 storage unit?
- How big is a 8×10 storage unit?
- How big is a 10×12 storage unit?
- What fits in a 10×10 storage?
- What can fit in a 4×4 storage unit?
- What fits in a 4×5 storage unit?
- What size storage do I need for a 1 bedroom apartment?
- How big is a 10×30 storage unit?

Calculate the Diameter of a Circle, from Its Area

- Divide the area (in square units) by Pi (approximately 3.14159). Example: 303,000/3.14159 = 96447.98.
- Take the square root of the result (Example: 310.56). This is the radius.
- Now double the radius to get the diameter (Example: 621.12 meters).

Square feet to Feet Calculator

1 ft2 = | 1 feet | 1 feet = |
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3 ft2 = | 1.7321 feet | 3 feet = |

4 ft2 = | 2 feet | 4 feet = |

5 ft2 = | 2.2361 feet | 5 feet = |

6 ft2 = | 2.4495 feet | 6 feet = |

Diameter of a Circle

Diameter | ft | m |
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3′0″ | 9.425 | 2.873 |

3′1″ | 9.687 | 2.952 |

3′2″ | 9.948 | 3.032 |

3′3″ | 10.21 | 3.112 |

Basic formula for square feet Multiply the length by the width and you’ll have the square feet. Here’s a basic formula you can follow: Length (in feet) x width (in feet) = area in sq. ft.

A 5×5 self storage unit is 5 feet wide and 5 feet long, totaling 25 square feet — comparable to a large closet. Many of our 5×5 storage units have 8-foot ceilings, providing roughly a total of 200 cubic feet of packing space. Check with your local Public Storage facility for exact dimensions on 5×5 units.

Typically, a 5×5 storage unit can hold:

- Twin or full size mattress.
- Dresser.
- Seasonal home décor.
- Pool accessories and gardening equipment.
- Carpets, lamps, end tables and other small décor items.
- Dining room chairs or stools.
- Baby accessories.
- Handful of small to mid-size boxes or storage containers.

For smaller vehicles, a 10×10 or 10×15 storage unit is your go-to because it’s very similar in size to a one-car garage. Ranging from $80-$105 per month, a 10×10 storage unit will fit your vehicle perfectly. If you want a little more space for extra equipment or supplies, a 10×15 ranges from $99-126 per month.

What is the average cost of a 10×20 storage unit? The average cost of a 10×20 storage unit is $138.06 per month.

3. Calculate your space

- Square feet (sq. ft.). Multiply the length and width of your belongings. If they make a pile that’s 5 x 5 feet, you’d need a storage unit with at least 25 square feet.
- Cubic feet (cu. ft.). Multiply the length, width, and height of your belongings.

Can You Live in a Storage Unit? No. Living in a storage unit is prohibited by various local and federal housing laws. Storage facilities must evict any person they find living on the premises to comply with the law and most insurance policies.

100 square feet

Our 8×8 Storage Unit, approximately 64 square feet, is a comparable, wider upgrade from the 7×10 unit. The 8×8 extra space allows for all kinds of storage options. Pack away a lot of your household items and personal belongings, wide furniture, moving boxes, etc.

Our 10×12.5 units can house the full contents of a two-bedroom apartment. Measuring 125 square feet, they equal an average-sized bedroom. Some of the items that can fit in our 10×12.5 storage space include: Large appliances – refrigerator, washer, dryer, etc.

A 10×10 storage unit can hold:

- Large appliances.
- Couches.
- Coffee tables and end tables.
- Lamps, rugs and home décor items.
- Bicycles, garden equipment and seasonal home décor.
- Two queen size beds.
- Dressers and vanities.
- Office furniture.

Store away your skate shoes, golf bags, skateboards, tennis racquets, cricket sets, fishing gear (hey, no fish!) and many other sporting goods in a 4×4 storage unit.

Size Guide

- 4×5. About the same size as a broom closet. This space is great for skis, boots, a tent, or hanging your bike vertically.
- 8×10. Larger than a walk in closet.
- 10×20. This size will accommodate the contents of a three or four bedroom home with all appliances or a compact vehicle, snowmobile trailer, or boat.

A 5’x10′ (50 sq. ft.) storage unit is ideal for a 1 bedroom apartment. It’s great for furniture like a queen-sized mattress set, dresser, couch, TV, bike and several boxes.

300 square feet