Rent cheap self storage units in Texas
If you are looking for self storage units in the State of Texas, we can help. You can browse self storage facilities in our most popular Texas cities and find a cheap storage unit near you. If you are uncertain of your storage needs, give us a call and we can assist you in choosing the right self storage unit. Whether you are cleaning out your garage, or looking for a facility with drive-up units, there are numerous self storage facilities in the State of Texas to choose from. Climate controlled units, car storage, boat storage, RV or motorcycle storage are just a click away.
Most popular cities in Texas
All Texas Cities
If you are looking for self-storage units in Texas, we can help. Our list of most popular Texas cities is alphabetized and storage units in those cities are just a click away. Whether you are looking to store an RV or just cleaning out your garage, a self-storage unit can be an economical way to gain extra space in your home or even in your business. If you are uncertain what type of self-storage unit would be best for you and your items, give us a call. Our storage experts can help you calculate the amount of space you need and choose a facility in your area to meet those needs.
Weather in Texas and its Effect on Storage
Texas is the second largest state in America and the second most populous. As such, there are numerous self-storage unit facilities in nearly every city and county. Texas contains some unique and diverse landscapes and weather each year. Nearly 10% of the state is actually desert, and the rest is divided into rolling plains, grasslands, hills, coastal swamps, and piney woods.
The weather in Texas is just as diverse and the terrain. Multiple climate zones run through Texas. The Panhandle of the state has cold winters, but the Gulf Coast portion of Texas has mild winters. The western side of Texas only sees 8.7 inches of rain a year, while the southeast portion of Texas sees up to 64 inches of rain each year. Texas even gets snow, especially in the Panhandle and in the mountainous region of West Texas.
Summers in Texas are hot, with temperatures reechoing in the 100s. Thunderstorms also frequent the Lone Star State and hurricane season bring numerous hurricanes to the Gulf side of Texas.
In addition to rain and thunderstorms, Tornado Alley runs also through the northern section of Texas. Each year more than 139 tornados blow through Texas, and Texas has seen some of the most destructive tornados in history.
If you are a resident in Texas, you need to take the wild changes in weather into account before you decide on the right storage unit for your needs. Due to the high winds, that tornados bring, and the punishing rains of hurricanes, Texas residents would be wise to consider enclosed or even indoor climate controlled storage units for their belongings. For larger items, such as trailers and RVs, a covered outdoor storage space may be ideal.
Motor Vehicle Storage in Texas
Texas cities are growing by the year and more people are moving to Texas than ever before. Houston, Dallas, and San Antonio are all bustling with new businesses, families, and corporations. New residents to the Lone Star State may find themselves quickly outgrowing their homes and unable to use their garages for all of their automobiles, motorcycles, and recreational vehicles. If you have a truck, RV, boat, or motorcycle, you may need to store your vehicle in a self-storage unit to keep it safe. Many subdivisions have rules against RVs and campers being parked outside - even in driveways and motorcycles are easily stolen if they are not kept inside a garage.
Luckily, there are numerous options to choose from when looking for self-storage in Texas. From Dallas to Galveston, there are self-storage units available to fit everyone’s needs and budgets.
Population in Texas
From 2000-2006, Texas had the fastest growing population in the nation. While that has cooled slightly, thousands of individuals and families move to Texas every year. In 2013, more than 26,000,000 people lived and worked in Texas - a 5.2% increase since 2010. 2/3 of those individuals live in a major metropolitan area, such as Dallas or Houston.