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214-328-1899
8047 Ferguson Rd.
Dallas, Texas 75228

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Yes, you HAVE seen our facilities on Storage Wars: Texas! As one of the premiere storage companies in Texas, Access Self Storage is on the short list of places for filming when Storage Wars comes to DFW. Access holds unit auctions on the third Thursday of every month and while we can't promise there will be a film crew on hand, we can promise that there will be interesting items up for grabs!

Below, you'll find guidelines for auction days and preview pictures of the units scheduled to be auctioned.

Auctions are open to the public. No reservations are necessary, but some preparation might save you a headache:

  • Auctions take place on the third Thursday of every month
  • The first auction begins at 9:00 am at our Oak Cliff location (3427 Marvin D Love Frwy)
  • After Oak Cliff, we caravan to Access' five other facilities and continue the bidding action. Being present at Oak Cliff when the auction starts gives you a leg up on the competition. Chasing a caravan across the metroplex is not a fun way to start a winning day.
  • If you win a unit, you have 24 hours to clear it completely. The unit needs to be swept clean, ready to be rented again. Storage charges will be applied after 24 hours.
  • In addition to the pictures posted online, you'll have the opportunity to assess the items up for auction in each unit before the auctioneer begins. You may look from the door only. You may not enter the unit or touch any of the items inside.

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Access Self Storage
8047 Ferguson Rd. Dallas, TX 75228
Phone: 214-328-1899
Self-storage companies had been seen as a necessary evil, the places where you could store the things that outgrew your home, but you simply had to hope for the best when you locked your unit and drove away from what was rarely more than a few sheets of corrugated aluminum.