Cheap Car Storage in San Francisco, CA
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How SpareFoot Works
What is SpareFoot?
SpareFoot is an online marketplace that lets you quickly find and compare local self-storage facilities in San Francisco, California to find the right storage unit for your needs at the best price. With listings for 20,000+ facilities, Sparefoot offers the largest, most up-to-date selection of storage units all in one convenient place.
How do I use SpareFoot?
Finding storage near you in San Francisco, California can be a hassle, which is why SpareFoot is designed with ease-of-use in mind! Simply type in a zip code, address or city to view all the available storage units in that area. Our advanced search filters let you compare all available unit sizes, prices, amenities (like climate control or drive-up access), customer reviews and exclusive online storage deals.
How do I book my storage unit with SpareFoot?
Once you’ve found a storage unit in San Francisco, California that fits your needs, you can reserve online for free, no credit card required! You can also reserve your unit by phone. There are no obligations, and you can cancel for free at any time.
Is it really free?
Yes! Reservations on Sparefoot are completely free with no strings attached. No credit card is required until you arrive at the storage facility to complete your lease agreement and move in.
Frequently asked questions
Are there car storage discounts in San Francisco?
Pricing for car storage in San Francisco, California
The biggest factor when it comes to car storage prices in San Francisco, California is size. Below are some monthly price ranges you can expect to see in San Francisco, California based on different storage unit sizes.
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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 $54.70 monthly depending on the time of year. San Francisco self-storage prices are highest inSeptember, and lowest in April.
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What Fits Where?
Approximate Storage Unit Sizes for cars
10x8 - Motorcycles
10x15 - Compact cars
10x20 - Most cars, small trucks
10x30 - Multiple cars, larger trucks and vans
Types of Car Storage
Outdoor - A parking space is exactly what it sounds like: an area for you to park your car. The parking area may be paved or on a variety of unpaved surfaces including gravel, dirt, or an open field on the storage facility's grounds.
Covered - With covered car storage, you'll typically park your car under a standalone roof alongside other cars, though some covered units do have three walls separating your car from the rest. Though you won't get as much protection as from an enclosed unit or indoor, the roof structure will protect your car from the harshest elements.
Indoor - With indoor car storage, your car will be parked inside a large structure such as a warehouse with other cars. Indoor car storage provides the same protection from the elements as enclosed storage, but since your car will be in a shared space there will may be different access requirements.
Enclosed - Enclosed car storage is the safest and most secure means of storing your car. These are large self-storage units that essentially act as garages you can drive your car straight into, and are accessed via a large roll-up door. Enclosed units provide protection from winter weather and prevent any unwanted access to your car.
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