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Type in the zip code or city where you need self-storage to view available self-storage units near you. Quickly sort and compare your results by price, amenities, distance, ratings and more. Need to hit a certain price point in your self-storage search? SelfStorage.com gives you the ability to expand your search radius to find the perfect storage unit prices for your budget.
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Why use self-storage?
Self-storage is the perfect solution for anyone who needs extra space at a low cost. Every year, millions of movers, renovators, downsizers, college students and businesses use self-storage to give themselves some more space. Self-storage can also be ideal for wine storage, band practice, vehicles, small commercial businesses and long-term storage.
How self-storage works
In the U.S., businesses called self-storage facilities allow you to rent out space (called “self-storage units”) on their property. You pay for the space as you would an apartment rental. Self-storage facilities range from the independently operated mom-and-pop, to regional chains, to national corporations.
Renting a self-storage unit is typically month-to-month, although this may vary for some individual locations.
Storage facilities also offer a variety of amenities, such as climate control, 24-hour access, electrical outlets and more. If you’re in need of a specific amenity, check with your store manager before reserving a unit.
In addition to monthly rent, you may be required to pay insurance (waived if you have homeowners insurance) and a one-time administrative fee at move-in. These are common storage industry practices that pay for the cost of signing up a new tenant.