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Best Self Storage Units in Virginia Beach, Virginia of 2024

Best Self Storage Units in Virginia Beach, Virginia of 2024

Book a storage unit in Virginia Beach, Virginia today. Compare available unit sizes, prices, amenities, customer reviews, and other features of 27 facilities in the area.

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Prime Storage - Virginia Beach - Bells Road

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Public Storage - Virginia Beach - 1489 General Booth Blvd

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Public Storage - Virginia Beach - 1489 General Booth Blvd
Virginia Beach, VA 23454 (5 miles away)
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mystorage London Bridge

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Fort Storage - Virginia Beach

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Public Storage - Virginia Beach - 3033 Buckner Blvd

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StorageMart - Dam Neck Rd & Holland Rd
Virginia Beach, VA 23453 (7 miles away)
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Prime Storage - Virginia Beach - Lynnhaven Pkwy

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The Cost of Self Storage in Virginia Beach, VA

Nationwide, storage rates are influenced by the demand in the local area, and cities with a higher cost of living have higher storage rates. As Virginia Beach is a more expensive place to call home than the country on the whole, as well as other areas in Virginia, storage costs average slightly above the national mean. Renters can expect to pay $50 to $100 a month on a storage unit, depending on space requirements.

Virginia Beach is a popular city for travelers, which may influence storage needs for homeowners who rent out property and need to store personal belongings during beach season. Further, there are several military bases in the greater Virginia Beach area. Military members deploying often use storage units while away, driving demand.

Average cost of storage units in Virginia Beach, VA compared to state and national averages
Size of Storage Unit City Average State Average National Average
5×5 $49 $39 $41
5×10 $64 $60 $59
10×10 $91 $90 $95
10×15 $125 $117 $113
10×20 $132 $151 $133

What to Consider when Looking for Storage in Virginia Beach, VA

While storage facility needs by and large vary based on personal needs, like accessibility of units and the range of available units, there are always location-based factors renters should keep in mind. In Virginia Beach, factors like climate and safety should play a role in evaluation.

In Virginia Beach, both violent and property crimes are lower than the national average. While security should be a point of consideration, risks to storage units are comparatively lower. However, Virginia Beach has a higher crime rate than the state as a whole, which may be affected by the transient nature of the strong tourist presence. Be sure the facility you choose has adequate security measures in place, like security cameras and locked gates.

Due to the southern coastal location of the city, the climate can be very warm and humid in the summer months. As such, a climate-controlled storage facility may be desired by those with sensitive possessions to store. Air conditioning in the spring and summer should be a priority; winters are milder so heat may be less important, but frequent cold snaps in December and January may necessitate this as well.

Helpful Tips for Moving to Virginia Beach, VA

Virginia Beach is a lively, upbeat city with beachy vibes and a relaxed, laid-back atmosphere. Summers are sunny, hot and humid, but the miles of sandy beaches offer a great place to relax when the weather is warm. Resort Strip is at the heart of the tourist community, so permanent residents with families are encouraged to look beyond the commercial city center when seeking housing. The cost of living is higher than the national average, but housing prices are competitive, averaging $268,100 for a single family home.

Due to the tourist appeal, it’s not surprising that employment is heavily influenced by visitors. Top employers include hotels, resorts, restaurants and sightseeing activities. During the height of summer when tourist levels are at their peak, traveling around town and commuting can be time-consuming; however, based on national means, Virginia Beach residents spend less time stuck in traffic on the way to work than the average American.

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