Unpakt makes moving safe and easy. Compare. Book. Move.

Finding Self-Storage in San Diego

There are many reasons why you might find yourself in a position where you need self-storage. If you are just moving to San Diego, you may need a safe place to put everything while you find an apartment. If you already live here and are buying a new house, perhaps you need to be out of your current place, but your new home just isn’t ready yet; you’ll need to store everything somewhere. Alternately, maybe you have a small apartment or a couple of roommates, so you need a place to store your surfboard, mountain bike, and camping gear.

 

Whatever your situation, there are plenty of fantastic self-storage options available in San Diego.

  • A-1 Self Storage – The unparalleled customer service makes A-1 Self Storage stand out from the rest. Karen has been working there pretty much forever, and is a breath of fresh air, but anyone you encounter is sure to be friendly and helpful. A-1 Self Storage is in a few locations, including Mission Beach, Linda Vista, and Little Italy. The company offers a wide range of storage options. It even has special storage for students, and offers discounts for those attending numerous universities in the area. You may also be interested to know that this is an authorized GREENspotDROPoff location. Whether you store with them or not, this is where you can recycle your electronics, so they don’t end up in landfills.
  • Associated Storage – Residents of Miramar and Kearney Mesa love that they have such an inexpensive storage option in their neighborhood. They range from some as small as 12 square feet to one as spacious as 480 square feet. Associated Storage also has specific units for boats and RVs. The Company has trucks on site to rent, if needed, and like A1, also recycles electronics. In fact, if you bring your hard drive in to recycle, you will get paid $20.
  • Pacific Highway Storage – This Lorma Portal storage option has units of all sizes. Some are air conditioned, and there are even temperature-controlled ones specifically for wine storage. Pacific Highway Storage provides on-site management and 24-hoour video surveillance. Also, those with wine vaults will appreciate that the company accepts orders from drivers, and will store them in a climate-controlled environment until they can be moved to their appropriate vault.
  • SD Storage – This storage facility in Pacific Beach welcomed new management back in 2011, and is now known for its fantastic customer service. Many of the employees are even bilingual to assist both English and Spanish customers. The facility is open 365 days a year, even holidays.
  • Public Storage – You can find a Public Storage facility in Rolando, Kearney Mesa, Mira Mesa, and Linda Vista. This is a national company with thousands of branches throughout the country. The company offers self, business, and vehicle storage. The facility is clean, well-lit, and open seven days a week. Climate-controlled units are available.

Simplify the Process with SpareFoot 
Rather than browse through countless sites or make half-dozen phone calls, make your life easy, and use SpareFoot to compare storage facilities. Founded in 2008, this has grown into the simplest and largest self-storage marketplace in the country. Basically, you enter your zip code, and the site supplies you with a list of all the storage facilities near you. Plus, it tells you the options and pricing of each one, and offers reviews. When you find one you are interested in, you can reserve your unit right through the SpareFoot website. It does not get any easier than this!