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We have 108 facilities in your area. Refine your search within the Chicago, IL area by entering zip code below:
21 - 40 of 108 Facilities

Public Storage - Chicago - 3659 S Ashland Ave

Chicago, IL 60609 4 miles away
Heated, Interior, Swing Door

Extra Space Storage - 6319 - Chicago - 2850 N Ashland Ave

Chicago, IL 60657 4.3 miles away
1st Floor, Climate Controlled, Interior

Safeguard Self Storage - Chicago - Lake View

Chicago, IL 60614 4.4 miles away
Alarm, Climate Controlled, Interior, Underground Level

StorageMart - Cottage Grove & 67th

Chicago, IL 60637 7.4 miles away
2nd Floor, Interior

CubeSmart Self Storage - Maywood

Maywood, IL 60153 10.5 miles away
Climate Controlled, Interior, Upstairs (Access via Elevator)

Public Storage - Chicago - 4072 N Broadway Street

Chicago, IL 60613 5.5 miles away
Interior, Swing Door

Public Storage - Lincolnwood - 6460 N Lincoln Ave

Lincolnwood, IL 60712 9.5 miles away
Heated, Interior, Swing Door

Chicago Northside Storage - Lakeview

Chicago, IL 60618 4.9 miles away
Heated, Interior, Premium Location, Roll Up Door

The Lock Up Self Storage - Armitage

Chicago, IL 60647 4.2 miles away
Climate Controlled, Interior, Roll Up Door

Honore Storage - Andersonville

Chicago, IL 60640 7 miles away
Climate Controlled, Interior, Swing Door

Public Storage - Chicago - 4520 West Cermak Road

Chicago, IL 60623 5.8 miles away
Heated, Interior, Swing Door

Safeguard Self Storage - Chicago - Hermosa

Chicago, IL 60639 6.1 miles away
2nd Floor, Alarm, Climate Controlled, Interior

CubeSmart Self Storage - Chicago - 3402 N Kedzie Ave

Chicago, IL 60618 6 miles away
Climate Controlled, Interior, Upstairs (Access via Elevator)

Life Storage - 3451 - Bridgeview - 79th St

Bridgeview, IL 60455 13 miles away
1st Floor, Interior
Frequently asked questions
  • What size Chicago, IL storage unit will I need for my belongings?
    As you start to think about unit size, keep in mind how you plan to use your unit. Will you need to move around inside? Will you be storing the items short-term or long-term? Will you have large pieces of furniture or just boxes? These things matter when it comes to space and size. You also want to make sure your unit is big enough to not only store your items but allow you to have a clear pathway to the back and front of the unit so that you can access all of your items. You can learn more by viewing our storage unit size guide. This guide will provide you with examples of what fits within each sized storage unit to give you a better idea of how big of a unit you may need.
  • What is the size and cost of a 5x10 storage unit in Chicago, IL?
    A 5x10 storage unit typically has a width of 5 feet and a length of 10 feet, resulting in a total of 50 square feet of storage space. The Chicago, IL unit is usually around 8 feet tall, providing ample space to store various items such as small furniture, boxes, and seasonal items. The cost of the storage unit will depend on the amenities offered and availability.
  • How big is a 10x10 self-storage unit in Chicago, IL and what is the cost?
    The 10x10 option is a moderate to larger unit size and is considered the standard size for storage. It is 10 feet by 10 feet of storage space totaling 100 square feet. It is a popular choice for many renters and can accommodate most needs. The average monthly cost to rent a 10x10 unit in Chicago, IL will vary based on the amenities of the storage unit and availability.
  • What is the price and size of a 10x20 storage unit in Chicago, IL?
    The price of a 10x20 storage unit in Chicago, IL can vary depending on the location and specific storage facility, but on average, it ranges from $150 to $300 per month. This size of the unit provides 200 square feet of storage space and can accommodate larger items like sofas, mattresses, appliances, and even small vehicles like motorcycles. In addition, a 10x20 unit in Chicago, IL can also fit the contents of a multi-bedroom house, making it a popular choice for those who are moving or downsizing their living space.
  • What does climate control mean for storage units in Chicago, IL?
    Climate control is a term used to describe a storage unit that keeps your belongings safe from the outside extreme temperatures by regulating the climate inside the unit. Climate-controlled units in Chicago, IL protect your items from mold, warping, discoloring, fading, and melting due to extreme heat and cold. Most Chicago, IL climate-controlled units will maintain a temperature of somewhere between 60 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit for your unit.
  • Do I need to have a reservation to rent a unit in Chicago, IL?
    It is always helpful and recommended that you book or reserve a Chicago, IL self-storage unit beforehand because pricing and availability are subject to change at any time. can help you price shop in the area for the most affordable units. gives you the ability to compare the prices and sizes of available units near you and you can reserve one conveniently online or by phone.
  • What is the height of the storage units in Chicago, IL?
    Most storage units come with a height of about eight feet. There are some self-storage units in Chicago, IL that may have different height sizes. For example, storage lockers have a ceiling height of around five feet, and units that hold vehicles and watercrafts come with ceilings that are higher than eight feet to be able to accommodate larger RVs and boats. If you are shopping for a Chicago, IL storage unit and need help choosing the right sized one visit or call our team today.
  • What does 24-hour access mean for storage units in Chicago, IL?
    24-hour access means that you can visit the Chicago, IL storage facility and access your storage unit any time of the day or night, even if the main office is closed.
  • Are storage unit lease agreements in Chicago, IL monthly?
    Storage unit lease agreements can vary in their duration, but many facilities in Chicago, IL offer monthly lease agreements. This means that you can rent a storage unit on a month-to-month basis, allowing for flexibility in terms of how long you need the unit for. However, some facilities may offer longer lease options such as quarterly, bi-annual or annual leases.
  • How wide are the doors on storage units in Chicago, IL?
    Storage units in Chicago, IL have two types of doors: swing and roll up. Swing doors open just like a traditional bedroom door, whereas roll-up doors open just like your garage door. Roll-up doors come with an opening width of about eight to ten feet.