Find & Rent Self Storage in Los Angeles, CA

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Size: 5'x5' - 20'x30'
Price: $5 - $1500/mo
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Climate Control: Units maintain a temperature of 55 to 85 degrees to protect your belongings from extreme temperatures.
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Drive-up Access: Units located outside and offer convenience of driving a vehicle up to the unit door.
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Auto/Boat/RV: Offers storage for vehicles which may be non-covered units.
24/7 gate access allows for availability to your unit 24 hours a day 7days a week, so you are able to access your unit whenever you need it.
Self serve kiosks allow you to complete your rental at the facility 24/7.
These facilities have office hours on Sunday which allow you to rent storage units on Sunday’s.
Wine Storage: Offers storage for wine

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Los Angeles Storage Facility
Monthly Rate
Los Angeles
2222 North Figueroa, Los Angeles, CA, CA 90065
2222 North Figueroa
Los Angeles, CA 90065
5 / 5
Total 1 Review

  • Drive-up Access
starting at
$107.00 "-" $439.0000
Los Angeles
3707 South Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA, CA 90007
3707 South Hill Street
Los Angeles, CA 90007

  • Climate Controlled
  • Drive-up Access
starting at
$44.00 "-" $538.0000
Los Angeles
2800 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA, CA 90006
2800 W Pico Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90006
4 / 5
Total 1 Review

  • Climate Controlled
  • Drive-up Access
starting at
$53.00 "-" $314.0000
Los Angeles
    $0.00 "-" $10.0000
    Los Angeles
    3801 Broadway Pl, Los Angeles, CA, CA 90037
    3801 Broadway Pl
    Los Angeles, CA 90037

    • Climate Controlled
    starting at
    $41.00 "-" $426.0000
    Los Angeles
    4728 Fountain Ave, Los Angeles, CA, CA 90029
    4728 Fountain Ave
    Los Angeles, CA 90029

    • Climate Controlled
    • Drive-up Access
    starting at
    $67.00 "-" $414.0000
    5138 W Sunset Blvd, Hollywood, CA, CA 90027
    5138 W Sunset Blvd
    Hollywood, CA 90027

    • Drive-up Access
    starting at
    $85.00 "-" $449.0000
    Lake Los Angeles
    , Lake Los Angeles, CA, CA
    Lake Los Angeles, CA
    • Drive-up Access
    $0.00 "-" $10.0000
    Los Angeles
    6033 S Central Ave, Los Angeles, CA, CA 90001
    6033 S Central Ave
    Los Angeles, CA 90001

    • Climate Controlled
    • Drive-up Access
    starting at
    $213.00 "-" $556.0000
    Los Angeles
    5825 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA, CA 90038
    5825 Santa Monica Blvd
    Los Angeles, CA 90038

    • Climate Controlled
    • Drive-up Access
    • Auto/Boat/RV
    starting at
    $236.00 "-" $441.0000
    Los Angeles
    1701 W Slauson Ave, Los Angeles, CA, CA 90047
    1701 W Slauson Ave
    Los Angeles, CA 90047

    • Climate Controlled
    • Drive-up Access
    starting at
    $179.00 "-" $291.0000
    Pico Rivera
    , Pico Rivera, CA, CA
    Pico Rivera, CA
      $0.00 "-" $10.0000
      2000 W Mission Rd, Alhambra, CA, CA 91803
      2000 W Mission Rd
      Alhambra, CA 91803

      • Climate Controlled
      • Drive-up Access
      starting at
      $171.00 "-" $791.0000
      Los Angeles
      1860 Vine St, Los Angeles, CA, CA 90028
      1860 Vine St
      Los Angeles, CA 90028
      • Climate Controlled
      • Drive-up Access
      starting at
      $155.00 "-" $301.0000
      Los Angeles
      , Los Angeles, CA, CA
      Los Angeles, CA
      • Drive-up Access
      $0.00 "-" $10.0000
      Los Angeles
      300 Avery St, Los Angeles, CA, CA 90013
      300 Avery St
      Los Angeles, CA 90013
        starting at
        $205.00 "-" $205.0000
        Los Angeles
        649 S Boyle Ave, Los Angeles, CA, CA 90023
        649 S Boyle Ave
        Los Angeles, CA 90023
          starting at
          $304.00 "-" $304.0000
          Los Angeles
          1702 S San Pedro Street, Los Angeles, CA, CA 90015
          1702 S San Pedro Street
          Los Angeles, CA 90015
            starting at
            $296.00 "-" $296.0000
            Los Angeles
            2500 W 6th St, Los Angeles, CA, CA 90057
            2500 W 6th St
            Los Angeles, CA 90057
              starting at
              $452.00 "-" $452.0000
              Linda Vista
              , Linda Vista, CA, CA
              Linda Vista, CA
              • Climate Controlled
              $0.00 "-" $10.0000
              Los Angeles
              1712 Glendale Blvd, Los Angeles, CA, CA 90026
              1712 Glendale Blvd
              Los Angeles, CA 90026
                starting at
                $361.00 "-" $361.0000
                Los Angeles
                3636 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA, CA 90004
                3636 Beverly Blvd
                Los Angeles, CA 90004
                  starting at
                  $306.00 "-" $306.0000
                  Los Angeles
                  1776 Blake Ave, Los Angeles, CA, CA 90031
                  1776 Blake Ave
                  Los Angeles, CA 90031
                    starting at
                    $268.00 "-" $268.0000
                    Los Angeles
                    3625 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA, CA 90007
                    3625 S Grand Ave
                    Los Angeles, CA 90007
                      starting at
                      $481.00 "-" $481.0000
                      Los Angeles
                      4002 N Mission Rd, Los Angeles, CA, CA 90032
                      4002 N Mission Rd
                      Los Angeles, CA 90032
                        starting at
                        $186.00 "-" $186.0000


                        Finding Storage in Los Angeles, CA

                        Need some extra storage space in Los Angeles, CA? You're at the right place. makes securing self storage in Los Angeles easy. Our listings display the information you need including price, unit size, available features, and more. With, you can find, compare, and rent storage in under five minutes!


                        Los Angeles is known for many things. The second largest city in the United States, LA is internationally famous for Hollywood, the place to be for anyone pursuing an acting career. The city is also home to highly respected colleges, including the University of California, Los Angeles and the University of Southern California, as well as countless businesses and cultural organizations.

                        In a city with so much happening at all times, people rent storage units in Los Angeles for a variety of reasons. Whether you're moving to the area, are between living spaces, need some additional storage space because your apartment is running out of room, or are traveling home over a school break, self storage in LA is a great option to help with your storage needs.

                        Renting Storage While Moving to Los Angeles

                        Making the move to LA? You're not alone. Home to more than 3.8 million people, the city continues to grow. Excellent employment opportunities with reputable organizations like UCLA, Kaiser Permanente, and Northrop Grumman encourage many to move to the area. Plus, thousands of people make the leap to pursue their dream of acting on the big screen in Hollywood each year.

                        Whatever you're moving for, using Los Angeles mini storage can make the process much easier. In LA, finding the right place to live is important, and this isn't always the fastest process. During this transition, renting a storage unit allows you to keep your belongings safe, so you can focus on your search to find a place to live.

                        When renting self storage when relocating, there are some things you should look for:

                        • Drive-up Access: If you're using storage during a move, you'll want to keep the strenuous lifting to a minimum. By renting a storage unit with drive-up access, you can avoid carrying things like heavy furniture for long distances since you can pull the moving truck right up to your storage unit.
                        • Security: When leaving almost everything you own at a storage facility, it's highly recommended that you seek out a LA storage facility that offers advanced security features. This includes video surveillance, coded access, unit alarms, or on-site management.

                        Cutting Down Living Costs

                        Living in Los Angeles isn't cheap. All the things that make LA a popular place to live have also driven the cost of living far above most places in the United States. Most apartments start around $2,000 a month or more. This makes renting an apartment that can accommodate an extensive amount of belongings pretty expensive.

                        Rather than upgrading the size of your apartment, you can rent LA mini storage to cut down on costs. Renting storage at a local facility is a more affordable option than renting an apartment with more space for the things you don't use on a daily basis.

                        In order to get the most out of your Los Angeles storage unit, consider the following:

                        • Location: If you will need to access some of the belongings you are storing on a regular basis, an LA storage facility near your home is a convenience you won't want to pass up.
                        • Security: Since this use of self storage is a more long-term solution, keeping your things safe should be a priority. Look for a facility with coded access, video surveillance, unit alarms, or on-site management.

                        Renting Storage over College Breaks

                        Students from all over the nation travel to attend schools like UCLA and USC. When the end of spring semester rolls around, though, it can be stressful for students that don't live near LA to manage their belongings. One option is to move everything back home, but this is both inconvenient and expensive.

                        To avoid the hassle, many students rent mini storage in Los Angeles. This makes going home to be with family over break a much simpler and more enjoyable experience. It can even be less costly than moving items home. Not only do the students enjoy it, but their families will appreciate it, as well.

                        Most students are looking for affordable storage options. Here are a few tips to save some money:

                        • Rent a 5x5 or 5x10 Storage Unit: The larger the storage unit, the more expensive rent is. Most students will be able to get away with smaller sizes, which will help them save money. For a student storing the contents of a dorm room, a 5x5 is typically an option. For students that have been living in an apartment and have a bit more furniture, a 5x10 should be able to handle their storage needs.
                        • Pay Attention to Specials: Many storage facilities offer specials like a free moving truck upon move-in, or a discount on the first month's rent. Promotions like these will make storing over the summer more affordable.
                        • Find a Short-Term Lease: Look for a Los Angeles storage facility that offers a flexible, month-to-month lease so you don't have to pay for storage longer than you'll use it.

                        Storing Recreational Equipment

                        Los Angeles is an outdoor enthusiast's dream. With warm and sunny weather throughout the year, wilderness areas like Franklin Canyon Park and Backbone Trail in the Santa Monica Mountains are always popular for hiking and biking. Water lovers frequent surf spots like Lunada Bay and El Porto, as well as the local beaches.

                        With storage space being fairly limited due to high living costs, keeping things like a mountain bike, camping gear, or a surfboard at home might be a bit of a challenge. Rather than renting equipment or living in a cluttered space, many use a Los Angeles storage unit.

                        For the outdoor enthusiast looking to rent self storage space, consider these options:

                        • 24-Hour Access: When hitting the trails or heading to the beach, you don't want to have to keep an eye on the time. Find a facility that offers 24-hour access to your storage unit and pursue your hobbies as long as you'd like.
                        • Facility Location: For anyone storing recreational gear, a convenient location is a must. You'll be making plenty of trips to the storage facility, so renting somewhere near your home will save you a significant amount of travel time in the long run.

                        VEHICLE STORAGE IN LOS ANGELES

                        In addition to standard storage options, many storage facilities offer vehicle storage. Vehicles that can be stored range from cars and motorcycles to boats and RVs. Different facilities will offer different storage options: 

                        • Outdoor: Outdoor storage is usually the most affordable vehicle storage choice.
                        • Covered: Also outdoors, covered storage offers some protection from the elements.
                        • Indoor: Usually the most costly, indoor storage offers the most protection from both weather conditions and theft.


                        After you find the storage solution that you're looking for, you can rent within minutes right here on If you have questions, you can also call in and speak with a storage representative. Thanks for researching your Los Angeles self storage options with!


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