AAffordable Self Storage
AAffordable Self-Storage, located at Banbury Place, offers over 75,000 square feet of rental self-storage space right in downtown Eau Claire. The units range in size from 45 square feet to 400 square feet. AAffordable Self-Storage units are indoors, heated and have controlled building access. They are ideal for extra file storage or general household furnishings.
- Prepay 6 month lease to receive a 5% discount.
- Prepay 1 year lease to receive a 10% discount.
Please call 715-858-2040 for more details.
Moving and Storage Boxes
|Small Box (1.5)||16 x 12 x 12||$1.35|
|Med. Box (3.1)||18 x 18 x 16||$2.35|
|Large Box (4.5)||24 x 18 x 18||$2.95|
|X-Lg. Box (6.1)||22 x 22 x 22||$3.55|
|Large Wardrobe||24 x 20 x 45 (w/ 24″ Bar)||$12.95|
|TV Box||24 x 24 x 20||$8.45|
|VCR/Electronics Box||20 x 18 x 7||$4.95|
|Lamp Box||12 x 12 x 40||$4.55|
|Legal Tote||24 x 15 x 10||$3.95|
|Record Storage Box||15 x 12 x 10 (w/ Lid)||$3.95|
|Twin Mattress Bag||$2.35|
|Full Mattress Bag||$3.15|
|Queen Mattress Bag||$3.55|
|King Mattress Bag||$4.15|
|Clear Poly Tape||2″ x 55 yds.||$0.95|
|Tape Gun w/ 2 tape rolls||2″ x 50 yds.||$8.45|
|Deluxe Black Markers||$1.75|
|Poly Rope||1/4″ x 50′ coilette||$3.35|
Bubble Cushioning – Peanuts
|Retail Bubble Roll||1/8″ x 16″ x 15′||$4.45|
|Packing Peanuts||1/5 Cubic Ft.||$5.85|
Banana Bags – All Purpose Bag – Super Strong
|Regular (5 Bags)||36″ x 60″||$6.45|
|Large (4 Bags)||40″ x 72″||$6.45|
|Giant (3 Bags)||45″ x 96″||$6.45|
|Jumbo (2 Bags)||60″ x 108″||$6.45|
|Stainless Steel Disc Pad Lock||2 1/4 “||$6.63|
$50.00 – $99.99 orders receive a 5% discount
$100 – $249.99 orders receive a 10% discount
$250.00 and above orders receive a 15% discount
- Wherever in these Rules and Regulations the work “lessee” is used, it shall be taken to apply to and include Lessee and his or her servants, clerks, employees, agents and other representatives, visitors, customers, clients, patients, and common carriers and is to be deemed of such number and gender as the circumstances required. The word “rooms” is to be taken to include the space covered by Lease. The word “Lessor” shall be taken to include any agent of Lessor.
- The streets, sidewalks, parking lots, alleyways, entrances, common area, halls, passages, elevators and stairways shall not be obstructed by Lessee, or used by Lessee for any other purpose than for ingress and egress.
- Subject to strikes, accidents, need for repairs or improvements and any and all other causes beyond Lessor’s reasonable control, Lessor will furnish without extra charge a reasonable amount of interior light, heat and elevator service.
- Toilet rooms, water-closets and other water apparatus shall not be used for any purposes other than those for which they were constructed. Common use toilet rooms will be maintained, cleaned and lavatory supplies provided by Lessor.
- Lessee shall not do anything in the leased space, or bring or keep anything therein, which will in any way increase or tend to increase the risk of fire or the rate of fire insurance, or which shall conflict with the regulations of the Fire Department or the fire laws, or with any insurance policy on the Facility or any part thereof, or which shall in any way conflict with any law, ordinance, rule or regulation affecting the occupancy and use of said leased space, which are or may hereafter be enacted or promulgated by any public authority or by the Board of Fire Underwriters.
- Lessees use and occupancy of the leased space may include the storing of personal property; provided, however, the property stored upon the leased space shall not be extra-hazardous, disreputable, or illegal. Lessee shall not use of knowingly permit any part of the leased space to be used for any unlawful purpose or use the leased space so as to make void or voidable any insurance in force with respect thereto or which will cause or be likely to cause structural damage to the Facility or any part thereof, or which will constitute a public or private nuisance, nor shall Lessee use or permit the leased space to be used in any manner which will violate any present or future laws or any regulations of any governmental authority. Lessee may not use the leased space for residential purposes. Lessee shall be solely responsible for furnishing a lock to secure the self-storage leased space, except if Lessee fails to lock the leased space, Lessor may, but is not required to, furnish a lock to secure the leased space.
- In order to insure proper use and care of the leased space Lessee shall not be permitted to:
- (a) Keep animals, fish or birds on the leased space.
- (b) Use leased space as sleeping apartments.
- (c) Use leased space for any residential purposes.
- (d) Allow any sign, advertisement or notice to be fixed to the leased space and/or Facility, inside or outside, without Lessor’s consent.
- (e) Commit improper or unreasonable noises or disturbances of any kind within the leased space and/or Facility. Including sing, play or operate any musical instrument, radio or television, which is the judgment of Lessor might disturb Lessor or other tenants, without first securing consent of Lessor.
- (f) Mark or deface elevators, water-closets, toilet rooms, walls, light fixtures, windows, doors (passage and/or overhead garage) or any part of the leased space and/or the Facility.
- (g) Throw trash, dirt or other substances into halls, stairways, elevators or common areas of the Facility. Common trash and recycling containers are provided by Lessor for Lessees use throughout the Facility.
- (h) Fasten any article, drill holes, drive nails or screws into the walls, floors or partitions nor shall the same be painted, papered or otherwise covered or in any way marked or broken within the leased space.
- (i) Operate any machinery within the leased space.
- (j) Interfere with the electrical, heating, water/sewer and/or any other utility apparatus within the leased space and/or the Facility.
- (k) Leave the leased space and/or the Facility without locking doors and closing overhead garage doors after use.
- (l) Smoking will not be allowed within the Facility.
- Lessor reserves the right to make or not make any and all alterations in said leased space as may be required by Lessee, the expense of such alterations to be paid by Lessee.
- Lessor shall not be responsible to Lessee for any non-observance of rules and regulations on the part of other tenants of lessees.
- Lessor reserves the right to designate the time when and method whereby freight, furniture, safes, goods, merchandise and other articles may be brought into, moved or taken from the leased space.
- Lessor agrees to provide carts, pallet jacks and dollies for the common use of all tenants of the Facility. Lessee agrees to return after use all carts, pallet jacks, dollies, to the place of origin located on the 1st floor of the Facility and in the same condition as when they took them.
- Lessor shall have the right to make such other and further reasonable rules and cleanliness of the Facility and leased space and for the preservation of good order therein. Such rules and regulations will be effective upon mailing or delivering the rules or regulations to Lessee or by posting them in the nearest common are.
4477 95-96 Wis. Stats.
(4r) DENIAL OF ACCESS; REMOVAL AND STORAGE (a) If a lessee defaults, an operator may deny the lessee access to the personal property until the lessee redeems the personal property under sub. (5)(a).
(b) After the termination, by expiration or otherwise, of a rental agreement for the use of a leased space by a lessee, and operator may remove personal property remaining in the leased space and store the personal property at another site within or outside the self-service storage facility or the operator may continue to store the personal property in the leased space, and the operator may deny the former lessee access to the personal property until the lessee redeems the personal property under sub. (5)(a). The operator may charge a reasonable rent for storage of the personal property whether at another site or in the leased space. A former lessee who fails to pay the rent is subject to all procedures and remedies set forth in this section for default.
(5) REDEMPTION AND NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO REDEEM. (a) At any time prior to sale under sub. (6), a lessee may redeem personal property by paying the operator any rent and other charges due. Upon receipt of such payment, the operator shall return the personal property, and thereafter the operator shall have no liability to any person with respect to such personal property.
(b) An operator may not sell personal property under sub. (6) unless the operator first delivers the following 2 notices:
1. A first notice sent by regular mail to the last-known address of the lessee and the person, if any, specified in the rental agreement under sub. (2m) containing all of the following:
a. Notification that the lessee is in default or has failed to pay rent for the storage of personal property abandoned after the termination of the rental agreement or both.
b. A brief and general description of the personal property subject to the lien that is reasonably adequate to permit the lessee to identify it, except that any container including, but not limited to, a trunk, valise or box that is locked, fastened, sealed or tied in a manner which deters immediate access to its contents may be described as such without describing its contents.
c. A notice of denial of access to the personal property if such denial is permitted under the terms of the rental agreement of under sub. (4r).
d. The name, street address and telephone number of the operator whom the lessee may contact to redeem the personal property by paying the rent and other charges due.
2. A 2nd notice sent by certified mail to the last-known address of the lessee containing all of the following:
a. A statement that the operator has a lien on personal property stored in a leased space.
ag. A brief and general description of the personal property subject to the lien that is reasonably adequate to permit the lessee to identify it, except that any container including, but not limited to, a trunk, valise or box that is locked, fastened, sealed or tied in a manner which deters immediate access to its contents may be described as such without describing its contents.
a. A notice of denial of access to the personal property if such denial is permitted under the terms of the rental agreement or under sub (4r).
b. An itemized statement of the operator’s claim for rent and other charges due as of the date of the notice and of additional rent and other charges that will become due prior to sale and the dates when they will become due.
c. A demand for payment of the rent and other charges due within a time period not sooner than 14 days after the date of the notice.
d. A statement that unless the rent and other charges are paid within the time period under subd. 2. c., the personal property will be sold, a specification of the date, time and place of sale and a statement that if the property is sold the operator shall apply the proceeds of the sale first to satisfy the lien and shall report and deliver any balance to the state treasurer as provided under ch. 177.
LANDLORD AND TENANT 704.90
e. The name, street address and telephone number of the operator whom the lessee may contact to redeem the personal property by paying the rent and other charges due.
(6) SALE, NOTICE OF SALE AND PROCEEDS OF SALE (a) After the expiration of the time period given in the 2nd notice under sub. (5)(b) 2.c., an operator may sell personal property that was stored in a lessee’s leased space to satisfy the lien under sub. (3)(a) in the manner set forth in pars. (b) and (c) if all of the following conditions are met:
2. The operator has complied with the notice requirements under sub. (5)(b)..
3. The lessee has failed to redeem the personal property under sub. (5)(a) within the time period specified in the notice under sub (5)(b) 2. c.
4. An advertisement of the sale is published once a week for 2 consecutive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation where the self-service storage facility is located.
5. The advertisement under subd. 4. contains all of the following:
a. A brief and general description of the personal property reasonably adequate to permit its identification, as provided in the notices under sub. (5)(b).
b. The address of the self-service storage facility, the number, if any, of the space where the personal property is located and the name of the lessee.
6. The sale takes place not sooner than 15 days after the first publication under subd. 4.
7. The sale is conducted in a commercially reasonable manner and conforms to the terms of the notices under sub (5)(b).
8. The sale is held at the self-service storage facility or at the nearest suitable place to the place where the personal property is stored.
(b) The operator shall apply the proceeds of the sale first to satisfy the lien under sub. (3)(a). The operator shall report and deliver any balance to the state treasurer as provided under ch. 177.
(c) A purchaser in good faith of personal property sold takes the personal property free and clear of any rights of any person against whom the lien under sub (3)(a) was valid and any rights of any other lien holder, regardless of any noncompliance with the requirements of this section by any person.
(7) NOTICE; PRESUMPTION OF DELIVERY. Notice by mailing under sub. (5)(b) is presumed delivered if deposited with the U.S. postal service, properly addressed to the last-known address of the lessee or person specified in the rental agreement under sub. (2m) with postage prepaid.
(8) SUPPLEMENTAL NATURE OF SECTION. This section does not impair of affect in any way the right of parties to create liens by special contract or agreement, nor does it impair or affect any lien not arising under this section, whether the other lien is statutory or of any other nature.
(9) RULES. The department of agriculture, trade and consumer protection may promulgate rules necessary to carry out the purposes of this section.
(12) RIGHT TO ACTION FOR VIOLATION. In addition to the remedies otherwise provided by law, any person injured by a violation of this section or any rule promulgated under sub. (9) may bring a civil action to recover damages together with costs, disbursements and reasonable attorney fees, notwithstanding s. 814.04(1), and any equitable relief as may be determined by the court.
History: 1987 a. 23; 1991 a. 39; 1995 a. 27