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Best Self Storage Units in Colorado Springs, Colorado of 2024

Best Self Storage Units in Colorado Springs, Colorado of 2024

Book a storage unit in Colorado Springs, Colorado today. Compare available unit sizes, prices, amenities, customer reviews, and other features of 46 facilities in the area.

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Broadmoor Storage

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A Better Self Storage Bott

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A Better Self Storage Bott
Colorado Springs, CO 80904 (2 miles away)
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Storage Sense - Colorado Springs

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Storage Sense - Colorado Springs
Colorado Springs, CO 80909 (3 miles away)
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A Better Self Storage North

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Springs Best Self Storage

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Springs Best Self Storage
Colorado Springs, CO 80907 (3 miles away)
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Public Storage - Colorado Springs - 2793 Janitell Road

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Public Storage - Colorado Springs - 3436 Sinton Road

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Public Storage - Colorado Springs - 3436 Sinton Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80907 (3 miles away)
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Storage King USA - 164 - Colorado Springs, CO. - Citadel Drive

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Storage King USA - 164 - Colorado Springs, CO. - Citadel Drive
Colorado Springs, CO 80909 (3 miles away)
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The Cost of Self-Storage in Colorado Springs, CO

Renters in Colorado Springs pay slightly more for self-storage when compared to those in Colorado and the United States as a whole. The difference in costs is fairly insignificant in most cases — roughly $5 per month between city and state — although the areas around the airport, Air Force base and downtown are generally more expensive.

The proximity to nearby colleges is also a factor, as a higher number of students causes an increase in demand for self-storage units. There are a dozen colleges within 10 miles of Colorado Springs, some with as few as 150 students and some with student bodies up to almost 30,000, which can greatly influence the cost of storage. Colorado Springs is more densely populated than the surrounding areas, and the people are younger than those in the state and country overall, and this places upward pressure on self-storage costs.

The average cost of storage units in Colorado Springs compared to state and national averages
Size of Storage Unit City Average State Average National Average
5×5 $51 $47 $41
5×10 $63 $67 $59
10×10 $112 $113 $95
10×15 $156 $151 $113
10×20 $152 $154 $133

What to Consider When Looking for Storage in Colorado Springs, CO

The population density and proximity to colleges are just two of the factors to consider when browsing self-storage facilities in Colorado Springs. It’s also important to think about the security of each facility and surrounding neighborhood. Colorado Springs has a higher rate of property crime compared to the state and national averages. As such, renters are advised to visit the facility and discuss the security protocol with staff to ensure it’s appropriate.

Colorado Springs is a mountainous area with a climate unlike most of the country, and this has an effect on storage. The area is less humid due to the high elevation, and the lower temperatures are generally good for storage when compared to hotter areas. However, many common items, such as wooden furniture and wine, should be kept above freezing point at all times, and therefore, it’s recommended to look for climate-controlled storage units.

Helpful Tips for Moving to Colorado Springs, CO

Colorado Springs has a good economy with a lower unemployment rate than the country overall and a higher projected rate of growth than the state. The cost of housing is roughly 33% lower than average for Colorado, although it’s still much higher than the nationwide average. All other cost of living categories are lower than both the state and country, with the biggest difference in non-housing cost found in transportation and utilities.

The vast majority of workers in Colorado Springs drive their own car on their daily commute — only 1.1% use public transportation — which helps lower the average one-way commute to just under 22 minutes. Mountain Metro Transit operates 30 bus routes with good coverage of the downtown area and decent suburban coverage.

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