The Generator Storage Company is dedicated to providing a maintained and effective way for people to store a wide variety of unique items, not limited to: art, sculptures, art cars, camp supplies and RV’s. We aim to bridge the gap between the act of creating and the challenge of finding a place to store ones’ creations. The Generator Storage Company will directly subsidize the long term existence of The Generator Inc., a non-profit makerspace, to continue fostering a community that spends its time pursuing creative endeavors of the mind and the heart.
We are unique in that we are directly partnered with The Generator Inc. The partnership allows people working in The Generator Inc. to store their work at The Generator Storage Company and allows those storing to work with The Generator Storage Company to use the wide range of industrial resources available at The Generator Inc. to improve, modify and create new or existing ideas.
We are committed to providing:
Indoor, climate-controlled storage.
With unique storage options including high ceilings and flexible terms.
The ability to work on items at The Generator Inc.
Access to heavy equipment and operators.
Highly competitive rates.
The Generator Storage Company is committed to providing indoor, climate-controlled, flexible spacing to fill the unique store and access requirements of the arts community. Not a part of our community? That’s okay! You’ll enjoy the amenities of a creative space that is providing a different approach to storing large-scale and uniquely sized items.
Ready to store? Great! We are currently accepting storage requests by filling out the form linked below. We will reach out to confirm if we have space ready in time for your move in date within the next two weeks.
“This is about finding a way to support our art community further,” said Jerry Snyder, Board President of the Generator. “The Generator Storage Company’s agreement allows the Generator to exist in the space, subsidized, which means that the yearly visitor’s that come through transitions from a once-a-year event to one that sustains art in the Reno, Sparks region and those who make art for the entire year.”
— Jerry Snyder