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Best Self Storage Units in Sacramento, California of 2024

Best Self Storage Units in Sacramento, California of 2024

Book a storage unit in Sacramento, California today. Compare available unit sizes, prices, amenities, customer reviews, and other features of 57 facilities in the area.

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Public Storage - Sacramento - 311 N 16th Street

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McKinley Village Self Storage

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Trojan Storage of North Sacramento

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Public Storage - Sacramento - 3300 Northgate Blvd

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Public Storage - Sacramento - 3300 Northgate Blvd
Sacramento, CA 95834 (3 miles away)
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Public Storage - Sacramento - 801 57th Street

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Public Storage - West Sacramento - 3961 W Capitol Ave

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Public Storage - West Sacramento - 3961 W Capitol Ave
West Sacramento, CA 95691 (4 miles away)
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The Cost of Self Storage in Sacramento, CA

The average price of self-storage units in California is higher than the national average. In Sacramento, prices are also higher than the U.S. average, although some sizes are higher than the state average, while others are lower. Smaller sized units, such as 5 x 5, 5 x 10 and 10 x 10 storage spaces, are more expensive than the California average. The price difference is between $5 and $10. Larger storage spaces, including 10 x 15 and 10 x 20 units are priced slightly lower than the state average.

Average cost of storage units in Sacramento, CA compared to state and national averages
Size of Storage Unit City Average State Average National Average
5×5 $60 $52 $41
5×10 $82 $75 $59
10×10 $134 $123 $95
10×15 $151 $162 $113
10×20 $174 $179 $133

The higher cost of living and property in California accounts for the high price when compared to the national average. The difference between Sacramento and California pricing may be largely due to college students. Sacramento is home to both Sacramento State and UC Davis. The smaller units that are popular with students going home for the summer have higher costs, while the larger units which are not in demand are priced lower than average.

What to Consider when Looking for Storage in Sacramento, CA

Sacramento generally has low rain levels, no snow and sunny weather, but that doesn’t mean climate-controlled units aren’t required. In summer, the temperature averages 93 degrees. This extreme heat can affect some items that are regularly stored, such as electronics, leather and wooden furniture and valuable collections. Photos, in particular, can stick together and disintegrate in high temperatures.

Although the city is generally considered dry, there are days of high humidity, so any belongings that can be damaged by moisture may be better protected in a climate-controlled environment.

The property crime in Sacramento is higher than the California median. Self-storage facilities with good security measures such as video camera monitoring and secure locks can help keep belongings safe.

Helpful Tips for Moving to Sacramento, CA

Sacramento’s cost of living is high when compared to the United States but is lower than the California average. Although the price of housing can be high in the city, residents can save money on healthcare, which is less expensive than the national average. Sacramento’s population also enjoys mild winters and plenty of California sunshine.

The commute for Sacramento’s workers is generally shorter than the U.S. average, giving people time to enjoy the many recreational pursuits on offer. California’s capital has three pro sports teams and both the city’s colleges have NCAA Division 1 sports programs. There are also art galleries, museums and the zoo to enjoy, and every year the city hosts the California State Fair.

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