Spyhill Storage

7725 - 112 Avenue NW, Calgary, AB T3R 1R8

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  • *Closed Statutory Holidays
Unit Access Hours
  • 6:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. - 365 days a year
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4-week rental rates starting at:

(10–99 sq ft)

(100–199 sq ft)

(200–599 sq ft)




Storage units are a minimum of 8 feet high (except for small 3–4 feet lockers).

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Please call 403-250-8248 to inquire or rent a unit.

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Affordable storage units in Calgary North West servicing Spyhill, Royal Oak, Citadel, Crowfoot & more.

The Most Advanced Storage Facility In Calgary – If Not In Alberta

Whatever you envisioned about storage in Calgary will be shattered when you walk into the newest addition of the Sentinel Storage family – Spyhill in northwest Calgary. We’re proud to introduce a whole new generation of storage units to this progressive city…

Spyhill offers the ultimate in storage in Calgary – all the basics you need, along with modern conveniences and added features.

Secure, Convenient, Accessible Storage Units – Calgary, Alberta

Concrete and steel construction, modern technology, plus:

  • Plasma display security / individual door alarms / state-of-the-art cameras
  • On-site management
  • Heated loading dock that can accommodate 1 semi truck / trailer units
  • Large freight elevator AND passenger elevator
  • Flexible payment options, invoicing available
  • Packing supplies / content insurance
  • Courtesy moving truck available
  • Stylish/modern office; music throughout warehouse

Need Storage In Calgary? Why Go Anywhere Else?

Spyhill may be a new facility, but Sentinel has been a trusted name in storage since 1975 in Alberta. This large heated warehouse is an impressive modern storage facility that can accommodate all your storage needs – from household contents to business records and more.

Call us now or check out Spyhill in person. You’ll see why Sentinel sets the standard for storage in Calgary.

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