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Top 7 Storage Units in Washington, DC

Finding a good storage unit is often one of the first challenges of moving to a new city. You want a storage unit that is conveniently located and reasonably priced, with a good reputation and easy accessibility. We get it. Many of our clients who move from New York to Washington, DC ask us about where to store their extra furniture, exercise equipment, or whatever else they can’t manage to fit into their new home or apartment. Here is our list of the top places to store your extra stuff in and around Washington, DC.

1. CubeSmart

CubeSmart recognizes that people have different storage needs, and that’s why their facilities offer a variety of storage solutions including household, business, and vehicle storage. They’ve got several locations in the DC metro area and the DMV in general.

2. Extra Space Storage

Extra Space Storage, headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, owns and/or operates over 1,800 self-storage properties in 35 states, Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico. The Company’s properties comprise approximately 750,000 units and over 80 million square feet of rentable storage space, offering customers a wide selection of affordable and conveniently located and secure storage solutions across the country, including personal storage, boat storage, RV storage and business storage.

3. ezStorage

Screenshot of ezStorage website ezStorage has been in the self storage industry since 1988, with 45 convenient locations throughout Maryland and Virginia, particularly in the Washington D.C and Baltimore areas. They have storage units near you in a variety of sizes to fit your storage needs, from 5×5’s to 12×25’s to large parking spaces for boat storage and RV storage. Many of their locations offer storage facility features, such as security cameras, individually alarmed units, computer controlled gate access, and on-site resident managers who understand every aspect of self storage.

4. Public Storage

Public Storage is the leading provider of storage units for your personal, business and vehicle needs with thousands of locations nationwide. We offer a wide variety of units and sizes available with no obligation and no long-term commitment.

5. Secure Self Storage

Secure Self Storage offers the most secure, climate-controlled facilities to protect all your belongings—all at an affordable price. From household items and dorm room contents to vehicles, business records and office equipment, there is virtually nothing you can’t store at your local Secure Self Storage—safely, conveniently and cost-effectively.

6. U-Store

The U-Store in Washington, D.C. is located on New York Ave NE just east of Florida Ave near Union Market and Gallaudet University. They’re a short walk from the Noma-Gallaudet Metro Stop. U-Store Washington D.C. is perfect for Capitol Hill, Ivy City, Trinidad, Eckington, and Noma, residents, businesses, and students. Whether you need an extra closet for your apartment or storage for your dorm room or just need to clear out the office and find a place to stash your commercial inventory, their facility is right for you.

7. Closet Box

Closetbox was founded to free you from the hassle of loading, hauling, and moving into storage. They provide full-service, concierge storage with a pickup at your door and return delivery for the cost of a traditional self-storage unit. You can conveniently store your valued items without leaving the comfort, convenience, and safety of your home. They pick up your storage items at your door and store them in our secure, climate-controlled storage facility. All of your storage items are tracked, organized, and inventoried on your private online dashboard, complete with the option of adding photos, labels, and tags for each item. Check out our list of the top storage facilities in New York City. Moving to Washington, DC and looking for a storage unit? Ask us about bundling a storage solution with your move!

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