Because of the incredible weather, and the fact that a majority of storage units in San Diego are indoors, the need for climate-controlled storage units isn't always seen as a priority. But the changes in temperature and humidity can play an unseen role in damaging your belongings.
For instance, when temperatures cool but humidity remains, condensation can occur. This water can cause irreparable warping and other damage to sensitive items, such as furniture, paper documents, and electrical equipment. With a climate-controlled unit, however, you won't have to worry about whether or not your items are always safe.
With the ability to have your storage unit set to a specific temperature to combat extreme heat, high humidity, cold nights, or even fluctuations in temperature, your electronics, wooden items, or important paper items will be in good condition.
The results on this page display only facilities that offer climate-controlled storage units. If this is a feature that matters to you, then use this page as your guide to finding the facility that's best for you.