Stor-All Self-Storage of Wichita has been serving Wichita and the surrounding communities for over 20 years. During this time we have been commited to providing quality low-cost storage solutions to families, local non-profits and businesses.
The safety and security of our tenants belongings is one of our top priorities. As a result, every unit is individually alarmed, locations are equipped with 24 hour surveillance and access is restricted by key pad entry systems.
Our three locations are locally owned and managed by Moeder & Associates, which is commited to the local development of commercial spaces that meet the needs of small-business owners and the customers they serve. Notably Moeder & Associates led the renovation of several downtown buildings, including the space that now houses The Donut Whole. Also, Moeder & Associates manages several apartments in downtown Wichita.
*NEW* We are proud to announce that we are now sponsors of the Tallgrass Film Festival. Be sure to get your tickets for this years festival running from October 12 til October 21. Check out their website at tallgrassfilmfest.com.
As a member of the Wichita community Stor-All and Moeder & Associates are proud supporters of the arts and community development. Keeping with this tradition we a proud to sponsor KMUW Wichita Public Radio. You may visit their website at kmuw.org.
Moeder & Associates is also a proud member of the Douglas Street Design District, whose mission, with the help of its 300 businesses, is to guide development between Old Town and Oliver on Douglas Avenue. Their website can be found at dddwichita.com.
We would also like to extend our welcome to Team Better Block, which has chosen Douglas Avenue between Hydraulic and Kansas St. for its Wichita Better Block Project. We look foward to working closely with the organizers to help our neighborhood grow. To learn more about this project, please visit their website at teambetterblock.com.
Keeper of the Stuff Mural
Located on the north side of our Hydraulic location The Keeper of the Stuff Mural was painted courtesy of our friend and local artist Christopher Trenary. His website can be found at themisterchristopher.com. He is also the owner of the record shop Notes and Noises, which can be found at notesandnoises.com.