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Climate-controlled storage units in Seattle, WA: 681 units available.

681 available units | 46 facilities | Average street rate: $203

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How much is a storage unit in Seattle, WA?

The average price for a non-climate-controlled self storage unit in Seattle, WA, is now $191 per month. To ensure easy access and a safe environment for your belongings, the storage facilities listed on StorageCafe feature amenities such as drive-up access, electric gates, security cameras, climate control, elevators and more. View all of the storage units located near you, select the unit size and amenities that work best for you, and contact the facility operator to book your Seattle, WA self storage unit.

When searching for a storage unit in Seattle, WA you have plenty of options! Depending on your needs, you might choose a thrifty small unit or go for maximum space with a large unit. Monthly rent for a storage unit in Seattle, WA starts at $7 and goes up to $1,014 for current listings.

Non Climate-Controlled Units*
Unit Size Avg. Street Rate
5x5 $69
5x10 $111
10x10 $203
10x15 $280
10x20 $346
10x30 $501
20x30 $571
Average all sizes $297
Climate-Controlled Units*
Unit Size Avg. Street Rate
5x5 $70
5x10 $108
10x10 $203
10x15 $268
10x20 $338
10x30 $508
20x30 $571
Average all sizes $295
*Average monthly rates for Seattle, WA in April 2024

Find your ideal self storage unit in Seattle, WA, today!

Interested in finding a storage unit for rent in Seattle, WA? Search through the 68 storage facilities located in Seattle, WA, that provide safe and accessible storage units. Check out the storage units in your area and sort them based on price and amenities. Get details about unit sizes, type of access, climate control, presence of security cameras, and other features. Find out how much it costs to rent a small storage unit in Seattle, WA, and decide if it’s the right option for you.

Storage facilities usually rent units on a monthly basis, which gives you the flexibility of moving in and out whenever you need to. Rent your Seattle, WA, self storage unit for just a month or keep it for an entire year – whichever works best for you. You can always extend your rental period, or switch to a bigger or smaller unit, as needed. Pick the storage unit that's right for you and rent it today!

Check out the available types of self storage in Seattle, WA

Self storage can help the residents of Seattle in different ways. You can use a self storage unit to store your furniture and other household goods while moving or remodeling. Also, a self storage unit can protect long-term various things that you don't use on daily basis, such as seasonal items, collectibles, vehicles, camping gear, and so on. Here are the main types of self storage in Seattle:

Seattle, WA, facilities offer non-climate-controlled self storage

Non-climate-controlled units are among the most common type of units and Seattle is no exception. People typically store things such as plastic lawn furniture, kitchen items and gardening tools in this kind of unit. Many of them can be accessed by driving up to them. Some facilities also offer indoor units that require entering the facility building to access them. Smaller units, such as lockers, are also offered by storage facilities, providing storage for smaller objects.

Rent for a non-climate-controlled storage unit is about $188/month in Seattle.

Climate-controlled self storage in Seattle, WA

Climate-controlled units are excellent for storing temperature- and humidity-sensitive items such as furniture, appliances, documents, clothes and much more.

There are 48 self storage facilities offering climate-controlled units in Seattle.

Renting a climate-controlled storage unit costs around $182/month in Seattle.

RV storage in Seattle, WA, safely stores your RV while not in use

RVing is a popular pastime in Seattle, and many residents there are keen to explore the region's natural beauty and to travel with family without having to worry about plane tickets and hotel bookings. Annual RV sales in Washington, at around $1B prove a great degree of interest for this activity. However, one common issue with RVs is that they need to be stored somewhere while not in use – and self storage is the best option.

There are around 4 self storage facilities in Seattle where RV owners can find units large enough for their vehicles.

An RV storage unit can be large enough for storing anything from a small caravan to a Class A motorhome, and the average monthly rent for such a unit in Seattle is about $209.

Vehicle storage in Seattle, WA

Self storage facilities in Seattle can also be used for storing other types of vehicles, such as cars you don't use on daily basis, motorcycles, ATVs, and so on. There are about 184,866 households with registered vehicles in Seattle, which can satisfy the demand for extra vehicle storage space. Most people don't want to have their garages blocked by vehicles they use only occasionally, and a storage unit can help with that issue.

You can find around 9 facilities in Seattle that offer units suitable for vehicle storage.

The monthly rate for vehicle storage in Seattle hovers around $201.

Top reasons for using storage in Seattle, WA:

Here are a few of the instances when self storage proves most useful if you live in Seattle:

Turning to self storage to ease moving to Seattle, WA

Close to 167,116 people moved to Seattle in 2021, according to U.S. Census data, with Seattle boasting attractive employment opportunities and a great lifestyle. Seattle's total population now amounts to 726,054 people, representing a -2.05% change year-over-year.

Compared to 10 years ago, Seattle's population grew 18.46%.

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

Numbers are total population figures in Seattle, WA, as per the U.S. Census.

Involved in the Seattle, WA, housing market? Rent self storage to make moves easier.

Storage space at home can be an issue for most people in Seattle. Homeowners make up about 45% of the Seattle's residents, and another 55% are renters. Homes in Seattle most commonly have 1 bedroom.

Factors such as family size, lifestyle and hobbies are defining the need for extra storage of people living in homes both big and small in Seattle. Whether you're a renter living in a small apartment that doesn't have space for sports or hobby gear, or a family living in a big house that needs to store extra furniture, baby-related items or tools, self storage in Seattle can help you keep your home uncluttered.

Self storage benefits college students in Seattle, WA

Seattle hosts 16 colleges and universities where thousands of students learn each year. When summer break starts, these students have to store their dorm room belongings until autumn. The self storage facilities located around the campuses in Seattle provide various unit sizes suitable for the storage needs of college students.

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The Easiest Way to Find Climate-Controlled Self Storage Near You

Are you looking to declutter your home, free up living space and also keep your possessions safe from the effects of the weather outside? Using StorageCafe, you can browse storage units in your neighborhood or ZIP code that not only suit your needs and budget but also come with climate control for maximum protection. High humidity damages clothing and dryness cracks leather, while extreme heat and cold can both adversely affect a wide range of materials and mechanisms, so put vulnerable belongings in a climate-controlled storage unit rather than in the garage. Local storage facilities have a variety of security features and offer units in a wide range of sizes and prices. You might well find one within a 3-to-5-mile radius of your home. StorageCafe makes it easy for you to explore climate-controlled storage: listings in Seattle, WA and other cities are only a few clicks away!

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: 98115, 98125, 98112, 98105, 98102, 98195, 98118, 98178, 98144, 98134, 98122, 98104, 98164, 98174, 98154, 98106, 98126, 98136, 98101, 98109, 98121, 98119, 98107, 98117, 98166, 98146, 98188, 98168, 98108, 98198, 98148, 98158, 98116, 98199, 98155, 98177, 98133, 98103.