Are you relocating to or from the Seattle area in the near future? Perhaps, you are downsizing from a house to an apartment or from a 3-bedroom to a 2-bedroom, and have some stuff that you do not want to get rid of but won’t fit in your new space. Whatever the reason that you no longer have room for your extra belongings, self-storage may be the solution to your space problem. Thankfully, renting a self-storage space is not as difficult as it once was. You can even complete the entire rental process online now!
Self Storage Finders can help you book the perfect storage unit, but you should still be aware of how the self storage process works so you can choose the best storage facility for you and your belongings. You will want to choose whether you need a long- or short-term rental period. Thankfully, most facilities offer both options and allow you to rent their units on a monthly basis. You will also want to research the security features and make sure the facility you choose has a plan in place to keep your belongings safe. You’ll need to know to access the facility and what types of locks are used on your storage unit, and whether you need to bring your own lock. Finally, you need to determine what size unit and pricing options best fit your needs. After this is done and you’ve found the perfect storage space, you will need to sign the rental contract and then move your belongings in to their new home.
Thankfully, Self Storage Finders does most of this work for you. If you are looking in the Seattle area, Public Storage, StorQuest, and Simply Self Storage are among the highest-rated options currently available in your area. There are many different sizes and price options to choose from, but these are just a few of the ones currently available to you. Public Storage has units available starting at $47 per month and going up to $452 per month for their largest 10×20 unit.
StorQuest currently has a brand new facility in Seattle and they offer climate-controlled units currently starting at $68 per month and going up to $859 per month for their largest 10×30 unit. Finally, Simply Self Storage has heated (but not air-conditioned) units starting at $61 per month and their largest 10×40 unit is currently priced at $637 per month. It is important to note that the prices and sizes available due fluctuate as units are rented and units become available, so keep checking back if you don’t initially find a storage unit that fits your needs. Good luck in your self-storage search!