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Public Storage - South San Francisco - 2679 Meath Drive - 2679 Meath Drive
Central Self Storage - Corte Madera - 31 San Clemente Dr
StorQuest - San Leandro / Davis - 1100 Davis Street
Public Storage - South San Francisco - 80 S Spruce Ave - 80 S Spruce Ave
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San Francisco, CA Self Storage

San Francisco and the surrounding areas are a big draw for the tech industry, which means people are always moving in and around the area. This creates huge demand for self-storage unit rentals, and you will find many conveniently located throughout the Bay Area.

Finding Storage Units in San Francisco

Many new facilities have been built in recent years to meet the storage needs of the growing city and in nearby Silicon Valley cities like Palo Alto, Cupertino and Mountain View. You'll also find many of established facilities with a reputation for customer service all across the bay from Daly City to Oakland. Storage facilities in San Francisco range from multistory buildings with elevator access to single-story facilities with drive up access. Drive up access is ideal for car and boat storage.

Picking the Right Size Storage Unit in San Francisco

Storage unit sizes start at 5x5, moving up to a 10x30 or large units. The most popular unit, a 10x10, can fit the contents of a 1-bedroom home in San Francisco, CA. This includes large furniture, mattress sets, appliances, and several boxes. Storage units can also be used by businesses to store excess equipment, fixtures and inventory.

How Much Do Storage Units Cost in San Francisco?

The monthly rental rates for self-storage are some of the highest in the country due to the ratio of supply and demand. The average cost of a 10x10 unit in San Francisco is $244.47 per month, with the overall average monthly price around $233.38. Larger units typically go for $300 or more a month. Other factors affecting price include unit availability, and of course amenities like 24-hour access. Many storage operators offer discounts throughout the year, so be sure to look for specials like first month free rent when shopping for San Francisco self storage.

Climate Controlled Storage in San Francisco

Climate controlled storage units cost about 30 percent more than regular units. While San Francisco has a pretty stable climate temperature wise, humidity can be a problem. If you are storing items sensitive to moisture and temperature fluctuations like musical instruments, vinyl records or vintage furniture, it is probably best to look for a climate-controlled storage unit.

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To find the right storage space, make sure you use SpareFoot to comparison shop. Take stock of your belongings to determine what unit size you need. Filter by the unit size you need, amenities you are looking for, and use the map to find the best storage units near you. You can make a reservation without a credit card, and pay your first month rent when you move-in to your facility.

Frequently asked questions

How much stuff can I fit in a 10x20 storage unit in San Francisco, CA?

Since a 10x20 storage unit is about the size of a one-car garage, it will fit the entire contents of an entire 4 bedroom home or it can store most vehicles, including large SUVs and trucks.

Do storage units permit you to live in your unit in San Francisco, CA?

It is illegal to live or sleep in a storage unit in San Francisco, CA. It is against the law in the U.S. to live in storage units.

What size storage unit will I need for a 2 bedroom apartment in San Francisco?

You'll want to look for a 5x10 or a 10x15 storage unit for a 2 bedroom apartment. This will give you between 50 and 150 square feet of storage space, but more cubic storage since storage units have 8 foot ceilings. Learn more about unit sizes from our storage size guide.

What can a 5x5 storage unit hold in San Francisco, CA?

Because 5x5 storage units have 200 cubic feet of storage space, you're likely to fit the contents of a studio apartment or dorm room. This means between 5 to 8 moving boxes or small furniture items, like a small desk, dresser and love seat.

Are storage units climate controlled in San Francisco, CA?

A lot of newer storage facilities in San Francisco do have climate control, but typically only if they have indoor storage units. Choose a storage facility with this type of unit if you're storing items that require climate control.

How much do storage units cost in San Francisco, California?

The biggest factor when it comes to the cost of storage units in San Francisco, California is unit size. Larger storage units. like 10x10 and bigger, will generally cost more than smaller storage units, which range from 5x5 to 5x10 in size. Other factors that can increase self-storage prices include the storage unit amenities and special features. Self-storage facilities in San Francisco, California that offer additional amenities like indoor climate control, 24-hour storage access, extra security features, and added conveniences like first floor storage options and elevators tend to be more expensive than storage facilities that offer basic services.

No matter what your storage needs are, you can easily find a cheap storage unit in San Francisco, California. Compare the available facilities on SpareFoot and filter by preferred storage amenities and features.

Find online move-in rates and specials like first month half off and first month FREE at select San Francisco storage facilities. Below are the average monthly storage unit prices in San Francisco, California for the most common storage unit sizes.

Unit SizeAverage PriceLowest Price
5 x 5Not AvailableNot Available
5 x 10$258.50$152.00
10 x 10$244.47$212.00
10 x 15Not AvailableNot Available
10 x 20Not AvailableNot Available

The overall average price of a self-storage unit booked in San Francisco, California over the past 180 days is $233.38.

Data for the cheapest self-storage unit is updated every 15 minutes.

San Francisco Self-Storage: At A Glance

Does San Francisco student population affect self-storage prices?

Colleges and universities located in or nearby San Francisco include Golden Gate University, San Francisco, San Francisco State University, University of San Francisco. College students often need self-storage during summer and winter breaks and can drive prices up during these seasons.

How does seasonality affect San Francisco self-storage prices?

Storage prices in San Francisco tend to be somewhat volatile when compared to other cities. Prices can vary by about $54.7 monthly depending on the time of year. San Francisco self-storage prices are highest inSeptember, and lowest in April.

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