Darker blues represent higher prices, while larger rings represent a higher proportion of facilities. Data is taken from the Self Storage Deals directory and so does not represent a complete picture of the industry.
For today’s storage spotlight we’ll be focusing on sunny San Diego. At an average price of $140.08, San Diego is cheaper than other big Californian cities like Los Angeles ($172.63), San Francisco ($154.40), Oakland ($149.80), and Pasadena ($176.30). However, storage is still costly in San Diego compared to cities like Sacramento ($127), San Jose ($137.80), Riverside ($122.10), and San Bernardino ($120). In terms of both price and the number of facilities, San Diego appears to be in the middle of the pack. Indeed, San Diego’s average price is less than a dollar higher than the average price of storage in California, $139.23, though of course Californian storage is more expensive than the national average of $129.
If you’re looking for the best deals on storage in California, Bakersfield, with its average price of $87, is a good place to head. Otherwise, Santa Maria ($104) and Modesto ($95) are two other cities where cheap storage can be found in this pricey state.
Is San Diego putting some punishment on your bank account? Check back tomorrow for our guide to living large on the cheap in San Diego, California.