Jiffy Self Storage gets many requests for and questions about outdoor truck parking in Toronto during the winter. Here are some of the more common questions, along with what is all of the information you will need about Jiffy’s long-term parking service.
1. Do you provide truck storage parking services for large trucks in Toronto?
Yes, we do! In fact, Jiffy Self Storage has been providing this service for many years and is one of the more trusted places for professional drivers to park their dump trucks and other large vehicles during the harsh winter months.
2. Can I plug my block heater in?
Yes! We supply power to our tenants’ block heaters so that they can start their trucks quickly and easily, no matter what the outside temperature.
3. Do you have a lot of extra spaces available just in case I decide last minute to park my truck at Jiffy Self Storage?
Jiffy Self Storage has a fantastic reputation among truckers as a safe, dependable place to store a truck, so we have very low turnover rates. This means that once somebody gains a spot, they aren’t likely to give it up any time soon. We recently added 8 additional 15 amp heavy duty circuits so that we can accommodate more block heaters, but word travels fast and these spots will soon be spoken for! If you are hoping to have a spot for the winter, call as soon as you can.
4. Where are you located?
We have a fantastic central location at 1805 Wilson Avenue, Toronto, right at the corner of the 400 and 401. This makes for easy access, especially convenient for customers who use their trucks every day in the GTA.
5. Can I store anything else at Jiffy Self Storage?
Of course! We have parking for cars, trucks, boats, and containers, as well as heated indoor storage. Some of our customers like to combine an outdoor parking spot with heated indoor storage for other items, so whatever your storage needs, we will work our hardest to accommodate them!
The high standards at Jiffy Self Storage make for high demand of our available space, so call today before all of the spots our taken! There are few things worse than getting taken off guard by a cold Toronto winter, and not having a place with power to park your commercial vehicle.