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How do I find storage near me?

If you need temporary storage during your relocation within Dallas, a college student enjoying your summer break, or a business owner seeking to store surplus inventory and supplies, a storage unit offers a simple and convenient solution. SelfStorage.com provides a comprehensive directory of storage facilities throughout Dallas, featuring storage units in various sizes and with amenities such as 24-hour access and temperature control. To find the ideal storage unit in your area, the easiest way is to search using your ZIP code, address, or neighborhood, and then refine the results based on your preferred amenities and desired storage unit size.

Moving to Dallas

Dallas is the third-largest city in Texas and part of the fourth-largest U.S. metropolitan area, Dallas, Fort Worth and Arlington. Also known as Big D or D-Town, Dallas has an increasingly diversified population and one of the largest LGBTQ communities in the United States.

Home to a large number of businesses, its economy revolves mostly around high-tech, defense, retail, and financial services. When it comes to higher education, students in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex have over 40 colleges and universities to choose from, the most notable ones being the University of Texas and the University of North Texas.

Whether you are moving to Dallas as a college student or for business and career opportunities, first have a quick look at its places of interest, top neighborhoods, and fun things to do.

Recommended in and Around Dallas

With over 400 parks, 60 miles of trails, 17 lakes, and nearly 500 athletic fields, Dallas is a green, active city that has a lot to offer to its residents, regardless of age and physical condition.

Places of Interest

Specialty museums

  • Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, dedicated to the life and death of President John F. Kennedy
  • Perot Museum of Nature and Science
  • George W. Bush Presidential Center
  • Frontiers of Flight Museum

Art museums and galleries

  • Dallas Museum of Art, one of the largest in the U.S., with over 24,000 works of art
  • Nasher Sculpture Center
  • Meadows Museum aka ''Prado on the Prairie'' for its large collection of Spanish art
  • Crow Museum of Asian Art

Parks and gardens

  • Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, containing 19 gardens spread over 66 acres
  • Klyde Warren Park, open from 6 AM to 11 PM
  • Dallas World Aquarium
  • Dallas Zoo, located in Marsalis Park

Fun Things To Do

  • Go on a sightseeing tour of Dallas in a small group with a guide.
  • Indulge in barbecue, Tex-Mex, and authentic Mexican cuisine.
  • Attend a Dallas Cowboys match at AT&T Stadium in nearby Arlington.
  • Go to a concert at the American Airlines Center, a great sports arena in downtown Dallas.

Dallas Neighborhoods To Consider

The best neighborhoods for families in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex seem to be in the Plano-Richardson area, with Cottonwood Creek South, Canyon Creek South, Timberbrook, and Heights Park ranking highest in terms of safety, cleanliness, and public schools. If sticking to Dallas neighborhoods only, families are likely to enjoy Campbell Green, Preston Highlands, and Prestonwood.

Neighborhoods better suited for young professionals and college students include Greenland Hills, Uptown and Downtown Dallas, Lower Greenville, and Oak Lawn. They are full of bars, restaurants, and shops, have a diverse nightlife scene, as well as plenty of arts and sports activities nearby. Much like families that look for quiet spots, retirees tend to migrate to the northeast part of the metropolitan area, in Cottonwood Creek North, Sherill Park North, and Glenville Park, all in Richardson.

Quick Tip: Rent Space in a Self-storage Facility

Regardless of the neighborhood that you choose to live in, you will find Dallas self-storage units handy, especially if you are a student going home for the summer. Given the humid subtropical climate, summers here can be very hot and humid, which means you should be looking for climate-controlled storage. The same holds for business owners that need to store their documents safely and conveniently without renting extra office space.

Frequently asked questions

The timing of rent increases will depend on your contract. Typically, rental rates may increase annually but it could vary depending on the regional storage unit market conditions.

n a self-storage unit, you can store a vast range of items such as furniture, electronics, seasonal items, collectibles, documents, tools, and non-perishable goods. However, it's important to note that anything living, dangerous, or perishable should not be stored.

Generally, you can expect to spend approximately $$106.86 per month for a large storage unit. Please check with the specific facility to get more precise quotes.

The budget you need to allocate for a storage unit in Dallas can vary. However, the average price of storage units in Dallas is currently $81.79, which can give you a good starting point when planning your budget.

Average Unit Price

Based on 1230 storage units reserved in Dallas over the past 7 months.


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Best Priced Storage Units in Dallas, TX

A storage unit's price is based on several factors, including the facility's amenities (such as 24/7 access, free use of truck), the storage unit's amenities (such as climate control, electrical outlet), facility location, unit location (a ground floor unit will be more expensive), and overall demand in your area.

When looking at pricing for storage units in Dallas, it's important to think about rental rates in terms of price for value. Sometimes, the cheapest storage unit doesn't always mean it's the best unit for YOUR needs.