Our monthly auctioned units may hold many treasures. Join us for a fun filled Saturday and find some lost treasures.
STORAGE WARS INFORMATION
Berks Storage is so cool we even have Storage Wars. We are one of the very few locations in Reading, Pennsylvania that offer this fun-filled battle for trash or treasure. If you enjoy and love A&E’s show Storage Wars you will love this real life battle for the unseen treasures of lost and forgotten storage units. Remember it is simple, fun, and free to enter.
Your astute keen eye to look beyond the mountains of trash bags may land you the most valuable treasure at bottom dollar prices. Remember, we have no idea prior to the auction what the exact contents are ourselves.
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Potential bidders must bid prior to the auction ending online on the 3rd Saturday monthly. We no long do live auctions at our locations and on premise. Bidding is for the entire unit contents. The auction is absolute. Sales are final when the purchase price has been paid and the property is removed from the facility or space is rented to store the goods.
Deposit and Cleanout
There is only one $100.00 cash deposit for each winning bidder that has purchased multiple units in addition to the winning bid amount(s). This $100.00 deposit will be returned (within 1 business day) when the last purchased unit is cleaned out, broom swept and ready to rent. Items must be taken off premises within 3 (three) days. There will be a minimum daily charge of $5.00 per day for units not turned and cleaned out to management’s satisfaction beyond that time. Any misconduct of these rules or offending actions or violations of any laws, etc. will result in being banned from any future public sales. Questions, call 610.685.5625 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Owner reserves the right to bid at Public Sale, reject any or all bids, and cancel or adjourn the sale.
Storage Wars Photos
January 21, 2017. Largest pick included over $3000 worth of machinery and a plow sold for $1200.00. What a steal!