Storage Units in Dallas, TX

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Dallas Storage Facility
Distance
Features
Monthly Rate
Dallas
903 Slocum Street, Dallas, TX, TX 75207
903 Slocum Street
Dallas, TX 75207
5 / 5
Total 15 Reviews

1.2mi
  • 3rd Floor
  • Climate Controlled
  • Interior
 
starting at
$75.00
$75
Carrollton
2200 E Belt Line Rd, Carrollton, TX, TX 75006
2200 E Belt Line Rd
Carrollton, TX 75006
4.5 / 5
Total 27 Reviews

13.1mi
  • 1st Floor
  • Interior
 
starting at
$100.00
$100
Dallas
7557 Greenville Avenue, Dallas, TX, TX 75231
7557 Greenville Avenue
Dallas, TX 75231
5 / 5
Total 2 Reviews

7.8mi
  • Climate Controlled
  • Interior
  • Upstairs (Access via Elevator)
 
starting at
$144.00
$144
Dallas
1611 Chestnut St, Dallas, TX, TX 75226
1611 Chestnut St
Dallas, TX 75226
5 / 5
Total 18 Reviews

1.1mi
  • Climate Controlled
  • Interior
  • Roll Up Door
 
starting at
$120.00
$120
Dallas
2500 Lone Star Drive, Dallas, TX, TX 75212
2500 Lone Star Drive
Dallas, TX 75212
5 / 5
Total 1 Review

3.9mi
  • Climate Controlled
  • Interior
  • Upstairs (Access via Elevator)
 
starting at
$93.00
$93
Dallas
11085 Walnut Hill Lane, Dallas, TX, TX 75238
11085 Walnut Hill Lane
Dallas, TX 75238
5 / 5
Total 37 Reviews

9.3mi
  • Climate Controlled
  • Interior
  • Swing Door
 
starting at
$60.00
$60
Dallas
3550 West Mockingbird Lane, Dallas, TX, TX 75235
3550 West Mockingbird Lane
Dallas, TX 75235
5 / 5
Total 28 Reviews

4.6mi
  • Interior
  • Swing Door
 
starting at
$71.00
$71
Garland
4333 Jackson Drive, Garland, TX, TX 75041
4333 Jackson Drive
Garland, TX 75041
5 / 5
Total 27 Reviews

10.3mi
  • 1st Floor
  • Interior
  • Swing Door
 
starting at
$88.00
$88
Cedar Hill
864 East Belt Line Road, Cedar Hill, TX, TX 75104
864 East Belt Line Road
Cedar Hill, TX 75104
5 / 5
Total 4 Reviews

14.9mi
  • 1st Floor
  • Climate Controlled
  • Interior
 
starting at
$109.00
$109
Dallas
9530 Skillman St, Dallas, TX, TX 75243
9530 Skillman St
Dallas, TX 75243
4 / 5
Total 91 Reviews

10.2mi
  • 2nd Floor
  • Interior
 
starting at
$49.00
$49
Dallas
2425 Canton Street, Dallas, TX, TX 75226
2425 Canton Street
Dallas, TX 75226
5 / 5
Total 20 Reviews
0.6mi
  • 3rd Floor
  • Climate Controlled
  • Interior
 
starting at
$177.00
$177
Dallas
7895 Riverfall Dr, Dallas, TX, TX 75230
7895 Riverfall Dr
Dallas, TX 75230
4.5 / 5
Total 89 Reviews
8mi
  • Climate Controlled
  • Interior
  • Roll Up Door
 
starting at
$101.00
$101
Dallas
6640 Skillman Street, Dallas, TX, TX 75231
6640 Skillman Street
Dallas, TX 75231
3.5 / 5
Total 3 Reviews
7mi
  • Drive Up Access
 
starting at
$300.00
$300
Dallas
2861 Walnut Hill Lane, Dallas, TX, TX 75229
2861 Walnut Hill Lane
Dallas, TX 75229
5 / 5
Total 30 Reviews
8.7mi
  • Interior
  • Swing Door
 
starting at
$76.00
$76
Dallas
717 South Good Latimer Expressway, Dallas, TX, TX 75226
717 South Good Latimer Expressway
Dallas, TX 75226
5 / 5
Total 22 Reviews
0.7mi
  • 2nd Floor
  • 9' Ceiling
  • Climate Controlled
  • Interior, Roll Up Door
 
starting at
$110.00
$110
Duncanville
732 South Cedar Ridge Drive, Duncanville, TX, TX 75137
732 South Cedar Ridge Drive
Duncanville, TX 75137
5 / 5
Total 516 Reviews
11.7mi
  • Drive Up Access
  • Swing Door
 
starting at
$68.00
$68
Farmers Branch
4250 McEwen Road, Farmers Branch, TX, TX 75244
4250 McEwen Road
Farmers Branch, TX 75244
5 / 5
Total 10 Reviews
10.7mi
  • Climate Controlled
  • Interior
  • Upstairs (Access via Elevator)
 
starting at
$90.00
$90
Dallas
11434 Sprowles Street, Dallas, TX, TX 75229
11434 Sprowles Street
Dallas, TX 75229
4.5 / 5
Total 28 Reviews
10.2mi
  • Climate Controlled
  • Interior
  • Swing Door
 
starting at
$47.00
$47
Irving
1210 N Belt Line Road, Irving, TX, TX 75061
1210 N Belt Line Road
Irving, TX 75061
5 / 5
Total 36 Reviews
11.9mi
  • Drive Up Access
  • Roll Up Door
 
starting at
$54.00
$54
Dallas
2840 S Westmoreland Road, Dallas, TX, TX 75233
2840 S Westmoreland Road
Dallas, TX 75233
5 / 5
Total 41 Reviews
6.2mi
  • 1st Floor
  • Interior
  • Swing Door
 
starting at
$79.00
$79
Garland
3701 Dividend Drive, Garland, TX, TX 75042
3701 Dividend Drive
Garland, TX 75042
5 / 5
Total 6 Reviews
10.6mi
  • 1st Floor
  • Interior
  • Roll Up Door
 
starting at
$60.00
$60
Dallas
5505 Maple Ave, Dallas, TX, TX 75235
5505 Maple Ave
Dallas, TX 75235
4.5 / 5
Total 14 Reviews
3.7mi
  • Climate Controlled
  • Interior
  • Upstairs (Access via Elevator)
 
starting at
$121.00
$121
Dallas
4925 S Cockrell Hill Road, Dallas, TX, TX 75236
4925 S Cockrell Hill Road
Dallas, TX 75236
4 / 5
Total 491 Reviews
8.5mi
  • Drive Up Access
  • Swing Door
 
starting at
$94.00
$94
Dallas
4311 Samuell Blvd, Dallas, TX, TX 75228
4311 Samuell Blvd
Dallas, TX 75228
4 / 5
Total 61 Reviews
4.6mi
  • 2nd Floor
  • Interior
 
starting at
$49.00
$49
Dallas
8600 Spring Valley Road, Dallas, TX, TX 75240
8600 Spring Valley Road
Dallas, TX 75240
4.5 / 5
Total 9 Reviews
11.4mi
  • Drive Up Access
 
starting at
$108.00
$108

 

Finding Storage in Dallas, TX

Are you on the lookout for a storage unit in Dallas, TX? Search no further because Storage.com has everything you need to find the ideal facility for all of your storage needs! By using our site features, you can identify self storage facilities in your city, read up on their available unit sizes and featured amenities, and even make a reservation—right here online!

COMMON REASONS FOR RENTING A STORAGE UNIT IN DALLAS

People come to self storage for a variety of reasons. In Dallas, people use it for relocation as well as clearing space in their home, apartment, or dormitory. Even commercial clients find practical use for a storage unit.

Relocating/Moving to Dallas

Dallas is the ninth most populous city and the fourth most populous metropolitan area in the United States, and this city is truly a spectacular sight to behold. The skyline is rich with a mixture of modern and postmodern architecture such as the Reunion Tower, Bank of America Plaza, Comerica Bank Tower, and the JPMorgan Chase Tower. Among these towering giants are vast residential and commercial areas for residents to live and work. The city also has some lovely features including lush green trees and several lakes.

In addition to its grand physical beauty, Dallas is also a city with a strong economy. Health care stands as one of the city’s top means of employment, with companies such as Texas Health Resources Inc., Baylor Health Care System, and UT-Southwestern Medical Center. Other major industries include engineering and technological services; companies like AT&T, the Raytheon Company, and Lockheed Martin Aeronautics are just a few examples. The city is also home to the State Fair of Texas, which has been held at Fair Park every year since 1886. Sports fans will also find plenty to keep themselves occupied with the Cowboys, Rangers, Mavericks, and Stars all based here.

However, before new residents can partake in the glitz and glam of Dallas, they face the challenges that are intrinsic to relocation. Finding a new home of adequate size can take a while, not to mention the cost of living varies from city to city.

Storage amenities for new residents:

  • Unit Size: How much storage space do you need? That depends on what and how much you need to store. A few boxes, plus odds and ends, can easily be accommodated in a standard 5x5. Upgrade to something a little larger, such as a 10x10 or more, if necessary.
  • Drive-Up Access: Transportation can be rough, especially when dealing with enormous, bulky items such as furniture. With drive-up access, you can park your vehicle directly in front of your unit when unloading.
  • Climate Control: While the subtropical climate of Dallas might be soothing to your skin, it can be damaging to pent-up storage items. With a climate-controlled storage unit, however, you can ensure that the inside of your unit remains at a consistent 55-85 degrees Fahrenheit. With this feature, items sensitive to temperature (such as electronics and photographs) will be well preserved.

Living in Downtown Dallas

Many people choose to live in Downtown Dallas, and it’s no wonder why. First off, the popular urban area has been experiencing a series of residential conversions for a number of years, so finding an apartment or condominium is becoming easier as time goes on.

Living downtown is also convenient, as it puts you closer to some of the city’s most prominent districts. Apart from the Central Business District, downtown is also home to Dallas’s Historic District and Arts District. At the latter, you can see various attractions such as the recently opened Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House, the Museum Tower, and the Dallas Museum of Art.

While it may put you closer to the action, living downtown also tends to eat up a good deal of living expenses. To counter this, many downtown residents settle for smaller living spaces, which in turn leaves very little at-home storage space. This is where having a self storage unit in Downtown Dallas can be of great help!

Useful features for storage in Downtown Dallas:

  • Location Proximity: If work and play is close to home, your storage unit and everything you own should be as well. Finding a Dallas self storage facility within close proximity of where you live is a breeze when you use Storage.com's search features.
  • Advanced Security Features: Ensure the best possible protection for your properties by only renting from a self storage facility with adequate security amenities. Features such as video surveillance, on-site management, and gated entry are must-haves. Individually alarmed units won’t hurt, either.
  • Extended Access Hours: To make even better use of your Dallas storage unit, you might look into getting 24-hour access. With this amenity, you can enter the facility grounds and access your unit at a time that is most convenient for you. Tenants who work odd working hours will find this very useful.

Storage for College Students in Dallas

Dallas is a swell place for furthering one’s education. The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School is one of the fastest-growing medical institutions in the world, making this a great city of people interested in pursuing a career in health care. Other superb local institutes include Texas Woman’s University, Paul Quinn College, University of North Texas at Dallas, and Dallas Baptist University.

College is important in the lives of many people, although it can also be harsh on living expenses. Whether you are living in a dormitory, apartment, or house—and whether you are living alone or with roommates—you might need to settle for a smaller living space to save money for tuition and textbooks. Using college storage in Dallas is a good solution; if you’re rooming with other students, you can save even more money by sharing the storage unit and splitting the rental fee.

Amenities for college storage in Dallas:

  • Location Proximity: If your storage unit is located close to your residence or school—or somewhere between the two—you can pick up or deposit any items you need on short notice. As a college student, you’re bound to a schedule and any time saved is worth it.
  • Extended Access Hours: Your schedule might also designate your spare time to the early morning or late evening—maybe even later! Most storage facilities close in the late afternoon, so you might want to rent from a Dallas storage operator whose stores offer 24-hour access. Now you can swing by your unit according to your own schedule.
  • Climate Control: Whether you are using your storage unit for college supplies—such as laptops or papers—or extra household items, you should make a point of insulating them from harsh temperatures. This is where having a climate-controlled self storage unit in Dallas is handy.

Automobile Storage in Dallas

In a metropolitan area as monstrous as Dallas, your access to parking lots and parking garages could be limited. If you own an automobile, you can either keep it in a parking garage or utilize your self storage space or unit instead.

Amenities for vehicle storage in Dallas:

  • Indoor/Outdoor/Covered Vehicle Storage: The toughest decision when using automobile storage is deciding what kind you want to use. For the least amount of money, you can store it outdoors, in a lot designated by the facility for vehicles. Covered vehicle storage, which isn’t as common, is also outdoors but features an elevated roof over the vehicles for protection. The most expensive of the three, indoor storage functions like a garage, with the automobile kept inside a storage unit. This is a must-have when storing vintage model cars.
  • Advanced Security Features: Owning and maintaining a vehicle is not cheap, so protect your investment with a facility with good security features. At the very least, the facility should have gated entry to deter thieves.

Storing Recreational Equipment

Dallas is close to two large bodies of water—White Rock Lake and Bachman Lake—which are open to public recreation. But what should you do with your boat and other recreational toys when you are not using them? Large items such as these tend to take up a lot of space in the garage. You can save space by moving these into a self storage unit.

Storage amenities for recreational equipment:

  • Boat/RV Storage: Before you worry about calculating unit sizes for your RV or boat, did you know that some storage facilities already have designated storage spaces and units designed for these very items? Some of them even provide the option of indoor and outdoor storage.
  • Extended Access Hours: Fun time can start early in the morning and end very late at night. To avoid scheduling conflicts with the self storage facility, look into getting 24-hour access.
  • Advanced Security Features: Protect your investment by storing your recreational equipment in a facility with adequate security amenities. Video surveillance, on-site management, and units with individual alarms will contribute greatly to keeping your recreational equipment safe while it is in storage.

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