E-Z Self Storage Companies are members of the Texas Self Storage Association, Inc.
Payments can be made by phone, mail, or placed in office drop slot. Rental may be paid by cash (US funds), check, money order or major credit card.
A Reminder Notice is emailed on the 20th of the month preceding when rental is due on the first day of each month. There is no charge for emailed notices. If requested, a Reminder Notice of rental due can by mailed to you at your address of record in your contract. A service fee of $2.00 is charged to your account for this service.
Rental is due on the FIRST DAY of the month and PAST DUE on the 10th.
Rental is due on the 1st day of the month regardless if you receive any type of notice. You may always pay in advance for any number of months. Unconsumed rental is refunded upon vacating provided we have received a written notice from you that you are moving out. The move out notification must be sent to us at least 10 days in advance of move out. Forms are available on this site.
Any client not current by the 6th day of the month is "locked out" of the facility until the account is made current by paying any fees or charges due.
A $5.00 late fee will be charged on the 11th and 25th of the month if no rent has been paid. After 30 days past due, LIQUIDATION process begins. Upon completion of the lien process, your property will be sold at a public sale.
Texas Property Code Chapter 59.00 governs our liquidation processes. Please refer to your contract for timing and notices in a liquidation.
See your contract for fees and charges to an account that has gone into liquidation. If it is worth storing, its worth keeping your account current. We are NOT a disposal site.
We have a one month minimum of rental. Any rental paid in advance over the minimum is considered pre-paid rent. UN-used rental is refunded to you upon your move out, provided you have given us a written "Move-Out Notice" at least ten (10) days prior to your departure.
Items you can not store in a self-service storage such at tires, batteries, fuels or perishables, among other items, are in the contract. Remember, bring your own lock or we have locks for sale in our office.
RV CUSTOMERS- Texas Gov. Greg Abbott recently signed Senate Bill 1181, giving self-storage operators another option to reclaim units if a tenant fails to pay their rent. Now, rather than sell a customer’s stored RV, trailer, or boat via lien sale, facility managers can arrange to tow certain items from the property. This law goes into effect Sept. 1st, 2021.