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iStorage | 19th Avenue
4050 19th Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94132
(415) 498-1303
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Best Self Storage Units in San Francisco

iStorage offers affordable storage units in San Francisco, tailored to fit your needs. Our units are designed for many different storage needs and are conveniently accessible for residents in San Francisco and the nearby areas of Oakland, Fremont, and more. Contact us or conveniently book your storage unit online today.


At iStorage, the safety of your stored belongings is our priority. We are equipped with on-site security cameras, electronic gate access, a fenced environment, and bright, well-lit areas for optimal security. Rent a unit with us for a secure storage experience and peace of mind.


Our San Francisco facility offers secure and adaptable vehicle storage, whether you need it short-term or long-term. Our facilities are equipped to keep your vehicle safe, offering a practical solution for your storage needs. Choose iStorage for a blend of security, flexibility, and high-quality care in vehicle storage.


Our climate controlled storage units in San Francisco are focused on protecting your belongings from extreme temperatures. These specialized units strive to maintain a consistent temperature, well-suited for sensitive items during storage. Opt for our climate controlled units when seeking a storage option that offers a secure and safe environment for your temperature-sensitive items.


Small and large businesses will find our facility in San Francisco an ideal partner for their storage needs. From storing extra inventory to safeguarding important paperwork and furniture, our facility offers a secure and accessible environment. iStorage understands the unique storage requirements of businesses and delivers solutions that meet these needs.


iStorage provides the perfect storage option for college students. Whether it's for storing extra items during a study abroad term, freeing up space in dorm rooms, or keeping seasonal clothing, our units are secure and budget-friendly.


iStorage FAQ 


Do I need Insurance? 

Yes, insurance is a requirement for any storage unit. If you have homeowners or renter's insurance, it may also extend to your storage unit. Please check your coverage with your agent to see whether storage coverage is included or can be added to your policy. If you do not have your insurance, we require SBOA Tenant Insurance for your items. It is recommended that customers utilize our plan even if they are using their homeowners or renter's policy, as it prevents your insurance premiums from going up in the event of a claim and pays out prior to insurance claims. 


Is Month to Month Leasing Offered? 

All leases we offer are month-to-month. Whether you only need storage for a month or longer, there is no need to sign an additional lease to accommodate a greater need. Stay for as long as you will need storage without fear of lengthy commitments. While you are welcome to utilize your storage unit for less than a month, prepayment of one month is required and will not be prorated if your use is less than one month. 


What documents do I need to reserve a storage unit? 

A valid driver's license or Government-issued photo ID is required to rent a unit. 


Is There Anything I Can't Store? 

Certain items cannot be stored in your storage unit at ANY time. Here is the following list of things: 

  • Perishables 
  • Food Items, including canned/sealed goods – even water bottles 
  • Animals 
  • Stolen Property 
  • Hazardous or Flammable Materials 
  • Drugs 
  • Explosives/Firearms/Ammunition 
  • Unregistered Vehicles 
  • People/Yourself, i.e., seeking shelter from a storage unit 
  • Anything Illegal 


How can I pay my rent each month for my storage unit? 

We offer many convenient ways to pay at our locations: automatic payments can be set up, credit card, check, and cash; online, in-person, and phone payments. 


What is the difference between access hours and office hours? 

Access hours are when our customers can access their units and either load or unload them. Office hours are the hours our office is open for business. Things that you may need during office hours include rent payment – should you opt to pay in person – purchase of additional moving supplies, and transferring or vacating a unit. 


Self Storage Locations

iStorage has a wide selection of self storage facilities across 23 states. Search for a secure and affordable storage unit near you.

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