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Armor Storage of Ponchatoula

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Armor Storage of Ponchatoula


20523 LA-22
Ponchatoula Louisiana 70454
United States


(504) 575-4040

Unclutter your life with your own Ponchatoula Self Storage. Armor Storage is your premier destination for stress-free storage solutions. We provide a broad range of storage units in Ponchatoula, tailored to fit every budget and need. Conveniently located on Highway 22, our facility is easily accessible and equipped with a host of attractive amenities, including climate-controlled storage and drive-up access. Coupled with our advanced security systems, we offer you peace of mind, securing our position as the go-to choice for self-storage in Ponchatoula.

At our Ponchatoula Self Storage location of Armor Storage, we are committed to offering easily accessible and user-friendly storage solutions to our community. Our strategic location along Highway 22 in Ponchatoula, LA allows for easy access from all corners of Tangipahoa Parish. Our proximity to major landmarks, restaurants, and shops makes us a popular choice for those looking for self-storage facilities in Ponchatoula, as well as nearby areas such Hammond, Roberts, Bedico Loranger, Madisonville Baptist, Albany, and Baptist.

Armor of Ponchatoula Self Storage offers you space, convenience and peace of mind. Let us help simplify your storage experience.


About Ponchatoula

Ponchatoula is the second-largest city in Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana. The population was 6,559 at the 2010 census and 7,545 at the time of the 2020 population estimates program. == Etymology == It is speculated that the name is derived from the Choctaw words Pashi meaning "hair" and perhaps itula or itola meaning "to fall" or "to hang" or "flowing" in the Choctaw language == History == === William Akers === Ponchatoula was originally established as a small fishing village around 1820. Then in the year 1839 a man named William Akers moved into town and purchased over 1,000 acres from the United States Federal Government. William began farming and harvesting the local virgin pine timber and pulling the logs to a nearby sawmill with teams of oxen.



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