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What is the cost of a storage unit in Washington, DC?

You can keep all of your belongings safe by paying $154 per month, on average, for a non-climate-controlled storage unit in Washington, DC. The facilities listed on RentCafe include a wide range of storage amenities, including electric gates, security cameras, drive-up access, elevators and climate control, among others. In order to book your storage unit in Washington, DC you can easily browse through the available facilities, select your preferred unit size and necessary amenities and contact the facility operator.

Depending on what your needs are, you can easily find the perfect storage unit in Washington, DC. We have a multitude of options for you to pick from! You can go for a smaller unit and then see how much you need to store, or you can choose a larger one, to get all the space you need for any belongings, even vehicles! Our current listings in Washington, DC start at $28 and go all the way up to $1,240, depending on unit size and amenities.

Unit Size Lowest Price Average Price Highest Price
5x5 $28 $118 $221
5x10 $51 $193 $334
10x10 $110 $270 $473
10x15 $176 $377 $500
10x20 $266 $480 $898
10x30 $585 $784 $1,240

Find the perfect storage unit in Washington, DC

If you are interested in finding and renting a good storage unit in Washington, DC you came to the right place. RentCafe features no less than 12 storage facilities located right here in Washington, DC and they all offer secure and accessible storage units. You can sort all the units in your area based on costs and types of available amenities. Here, you can also find out more about these types of amenities (such as climate control, type of access and security measures) and about different unit sizes. Check out our listings in Washington, DC pick a unit that suits your needs and rent it right away.

When you book a storage unit, you have the perfect home for your stuff. Long term or short term, your choice! Storage facilities mostly rent units on a monthly basis, which means you will have the possibility to move in and out at any time. You can rent a storage unit in Washington, DC for a month or a whole year – either way, you can extend your rental period and switch to a unit of a different size whenever you want. This way, it’s easy to pick the best storage unit for your belongings!

The range of self storage options in Washington, DC, is extensive

If you are a resident of Washington, you may enjoy an urban lifestyle but have limited space at home. Rent a self storage unit to prevent your home getting too cluttered, and if some belongings might be damaged by humidity or extreme temperatures, get one with climate control. Along with everyday items, sports equipment, cars, RVs and boats can be kept there. Storage units are also rented by businesses to keep equipment, materials and products. Common types of storage available in Washington include the following:

Non-climate-controlled self storage for the bulk of your storage needs

Non-climate-controlled self storage units are the most popular and widely used types of units, and they are also the most affordable. These units are great for storing various belongings, from clothing, books and toys to furniture and appliances.

The average rate of a 10'x10' non-climate-controlled self storage unit in Washington hovers around $152.

Climate-controlled self storage in Washington, DC, for your most important belongings

Climate-controlled units ensure temperature and humidity levels that are suitable for the long-term storage of expensive and fragile belongings, including artwork, antiques, expensive clothing and accessories, electronics, various collectibles and so on. These storage units keep your important belongings safe, regardless of the weather outside.

You can find 23 storage facilities that offer climate-controlled units in Washington.

The average monthly rent for a 10'x10' climate-controlled unit in Washington is around $167.

Vehicle self storage is widely available in Washington, DC

There are 181,384 households in Washington that own vehicles. A car might be essential for shopping, but a motorcycle would also be fun, and every household member might want a bicycle. Washington storage facilities offer spaces for all the vehicles you need, including parking lots and climate-controlled units for valuable old cars.

Washington has 1 storage facility that provides storage options for vehicles.

The average monthly cost of storing a vehicle in Washington is $139.

Here's how self storage in Washington, DC, benefits you

Self storage can be used in many situations by the residents of Washington, helping them with life events such as moving, renovating and downsizing, or simply ensuring that they are able to maintain a neat and tidy home, with extra belongings kept safe in a storage unit close by.

Self storage makes moving to Washington, DC, a lot easier

Washington is a popular and attractive place, where many people want to move in order to benefit from its advantages in terms of jobs, education or entertainment. Washington has 683,154 residents at the moment, with about 131,695 people relocating here in 2021.

Compared to 10 years ago, Washington's population grew 12.78%.

Here's how the population of Washington changed over the last 10 years:

Numbers are total population figures in Washington, DC, as per the U.S. Census.

Self storage can be a huge help in the process of moving to Washington or moving to a new home if you already are a resident. Rent a self storage unit in Washington, situated as close as possible to your new home, and use it to store your belongings as you pack them. This way, you'll be able to make moving day a lot less complicated and stressful.

Keep your home properly organized with self storage in Washington, DC

Residents of Washington have varied storage needs that derive from factors such as the housing stock and size of homes locally, as well as lifestyle, family composition and spending habits. About 42% of residents of Washington are homeowners and 58% are renters. The most usual number of bedrooms that can be found in a Washington home is 1.

Residents of Washington that live in smaller houses or apartments might not have enough space at home for all their belongings, such as out-of-season clothing, camping and sports equipment, bikes and so on. Those who reside in large homes, on the other hand, tend to also have big families, which creates the need to store things like baby items, extra furniture, clothing appliances, outdoor furniture and tools.

Washington, DC, self storage helps college students during both school and summer

Students enrolled in the 23 universities located in Washington may find themselves in living quarters that don't accommodate all their possessions. Renting a storage unit helps them avoid cluttering up their rooms. And they can keep renting it during the summer break, so they don't have to take all their belongings home and then back again.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I find self storage near me?

If you’re looking for a place to safely store less-frequently-used items and personal belongings of all types and sizes, look no further than a storage unit near your home or close to your business so you have access to your stuff at any time, hassle-free. RentCafe listings provide you with a variety of storage facilities, unit sizes, prices and amenities to choose from, depending on your needs and budget. You can now easily search for self storage facilities in your neighborhood or ZIP code, wherever you are in the U.S. You are only one search away from finding the perfect home for your belongings in Washington, DC!

The demographic data is from proprietary websites, Yardi Matrix and the 2021 American Community Survey (the latest U.S. Census Bureau release). No guarantee is made as to the accuracy or completeness of information used for specific neighborhoods and/or ZIP Codes.

The following ZIP Codes are included in this demographic data: 20001, 20002, 20003, 20004, 20005, 20006, 20007, 20008, 20009, 20010, 20011, 20012, 20015, 20016, 20017, 20018, 20019, 20020, 20024, 20032, 20036, 20037, 20045, 20052, 20053, 20057, 20064, 20202, 20204, 20228, 20230, 20240, 20245, 20260, 20307, 20317, 20319, 20373, 20390, 20405, 20418, 20427, 20506, 20510, 20520, 20535, 20540, 20551, 20553, 20560, 20565, 20566, 20593.

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