Safety. Security. Family Values. Hard Work. Commitment.
Are all at the core of our storage business. We are a 3 generation, family owned and operated business creating safe, convenient storage solutions for your recreational items.
Growing up on a farm, it was a source of pride to take good care of your machinery. Storing it securely inside at the end of the farm day. Knowing the next time you took it out, it ran as expected. This same philosophy applies to our storage business and customers today. We know how important recreational activities are to living, so when you store the items, you can rest assured when you get them back out, they’ll be as good as you left them.
Spending time with family, enjoying your time together and creating memories is what life is all about. So when it comes to storing your recreational items, you want to store them in a location that is safe, convenient and well maintained. LockTight Storage provides this kind of space.
We have a small family and we have lots of fun! Our motto for putting boats, RVs, and vehicles away is simple: slow and patient will get it done safely.
We started the storage business in 2009. Our business philosophy was simple. We wanted to create a safe and convenient place where our customers could store their recreational vehicles and rest easy knowing that they were being well taken care of during the storage season. We have had the pleasure of providing our storage services to many repeat customers and have made many dear friends over the years. We look forward to storage season!
Lucas has been helping with the business since it's beginning. He does a fantastic job helping Troy strategically place vehicles. You can rest assured, your vehicle will fit right in! Lucas is going into 11th grade this year. He enjoys weightlifting and playing junior gold hockey, as well as varsity football and baseball.
Nicolas recently joined the business as the careful eye in the moving of your vehicle. He does an awesome job making sure everything moves safely to its final resting space. Nicolas is heading into 6th grade this year. He loves to wrestle, play baseball and is going to start cross country this year.