Cat Country Storage

Storage in Atoka, OK 74525

We have a state-of-the-art facility with the best customer service around! When you rent from us, you'll have 24-hour access to your belongings. Give us a call or book online today!

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Why Use Cat Country Storage?

Customer Service

It is our dedication to customer service. We are committed to offering you exceptional value for your hard earned money.

Book and Pay Online

Our online software is easy to use and has all the features for a rich interactive experience.

All the convenience and security you need

24 Hour Access
Great Customer Service
Online Bill Pay
Variety of unit sizes available
Drive-up Access

Our Promise to you

Security

We take the security of your stuff seriously and our SSL secure website protects your personal information

Customer Service

We commit to providing you a clean, ready-to-rent unit and friendly helpful employees

Convenience

Manage your storage facility from the convenience of your own home, 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.

Storage Tips


 

1. Pallets:  Keeping your items off the floor is almost essential. There's no way to promise that the runoff won't come under the door, or the adjacent unit won't have a spill. 

2. Wrap What You Can : wrap what you can in industrial plastic wrap. That way, you know that things are sealed up tight and it won't collect dust or insects while it's doing time. 

3. Use A Hefty Small Lock: Find an all-weather pad lock that has a short arm, preferably the smallest round security lock available. 

4. Label: Even though you know exactly what you're putting in your storage unit at the time you open it, that doesn't mean in 6 months that you won't be digging for ages and opening random boxes until you find what you're after. Label everything. The hidden, the obvious, and you can even go as far as to make a checklist that hangs inside the door telling you where something might be. 

5. Plan For Temperature Changes: there are a few things that don't like the cold or the heat and should either be double wrapped or well insulated or not stored at all. Electronics, vinyl records, old photos (if humid), things of that nature all come out a little less awesome when not stored properly. 

6. Protect The Space: While we're concerned about protecting what we put in the unit, protecting the unit itself is also important — owners ask that you leave the space as clean and undamaged as you find it.  Also notify the owner of any needed repairs. 

7. Bust Out Your Tetris Skills: Even the smallest storage unit can hold a great deal, just make sure you use the space wisely which means packing things all the way to the ceiling. Bringing in plywood to lay across several boxes can help stabilize layers as your stacking it up! It will take the pressure off the tops of your boxes and help keep things safe.