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Best Self Storage Units in Memphis, Tennessee of 2024

Best Self Storage Units in Memphis, Tennessee of 2024

Book a storage unit in Memphis, Tennessee today. Compare available unit sizes, prices, amenities, customer reviews, and other features of 32 facilities in the area.

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Public Storage - Memphis - 390 S Front Street

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Bigger Garage Self-Storage - Memphis

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Citizen Storage Memphis - Fontaine

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The Cost of Self Storage in Memphis, TN

The cost of a storage unit generally depends, in large part, upon the cost of real estate in an area and how many storage facilities are located there. It’s more expensive to rent space in areas where it is more expensive to buy space. In Memphis, the median home price is roughly half that of the state of Tennessee as a whole and slightly more than a third of the national average. This low cost for property translates into affordable storage. Typically, renters can save between $4 and $18 per month by opting for a storage facility in or near Memphis.

Average cost of storage units in Memphis, TN compared to state and national averages
Size of Storage Unit City Average State Average National Average
5×5 $57 $37 $41
5×10 $56 $51 $59
10×10 $94 $77 $95
10×15 $102 $95 $113
10×20 $121 $118 $133

What to Consider when Looking for Storage in Memphis, TN

If you’re considering renting a storage unit, one of the first things to consider is the items you will place in that unit. A climate-controlled unit might be the best option if you’re packing up your whole house for a move. The hot, humid summers common to Memphis could cause mildew or mold growth on items and damage electronics. Furthermore, dampness may warp or otherwise ruin wooden furniture. A unit with air conditioning could help prevent these problems.

According to Best Places, property crime in Memphis rates 81.1 on a scale of 1 to 100. This relatively high rating includes crimes such as burglary, theft and arson. Moreover, it indicates that security should be a concern when considering a storage facility in the Memphis area. Before you rent, ask about entry controls, video surveillance, security systems and other security measures the facility employs.

Helpful Tips for Moving to Memphis, TN

Life in Tennessee’s largest city is vibrant and steeped in the dramatic highs and lows of the city’s long history. Urban renewal in recent years has breathed new life into the community with cultural and architectural revitalization. Included in this rejuvenation is the infrastructure of the city. Well-laid roadways keep traffic moving, with the average daily commute falling below the national average at just over 21 minutes.

Weather in Memphis is generally warm and sunny with temperatures generally ranging between 30 degrees in January and 91 degrees in July. Regardless of the weather, Memphis offers plenty to entertain you. Check out a basketball game with the city’s NBA team the Grizzlies, pay a visit to Graceland or check out the vibrant nightlife along the Mississippi River’s banks

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