Need storage in the Washington, D.C. area? Closetbox will come to you, pick up your belongings, and store them securely.
Forget paying high prices for movers and renting a truck. Let our professionals do all your heavy lifting and transporting for Free (a $350+ value!) if storing for 12 or more months. Get a $99 pickup if storing for 5 months or more! Free in select areas!
"I am obsessed with the customer service at Closetbox! I must have called 10 times with changes and stress, but your team was calm and helpful every time!"
"I’d recommend Closetbox to anyone. They came and picked up my stuff and stored it, too. When I needed to get something out of storage they made it easy and convenient. I like that each time I take something out of storage my monthly payment goes down."
"Great price, wonderful service. If I ever need storage again I’ll use these guys. Best storage experience I’ve ever had."
Get a free storage pickup in DC only. Use code DCFREE.
(Must store for at least 5 months. Must book by April 30.)
Why waste a precious day off or an entire weekend hauling your belongings through clogged capitol streets? With our full-service storage, you won’t have to.
Whether you’re worried about encountering the POTUS motorcade or just don’t want to spend your weekend in a stuffy storage unit, we can help. Let Closetbox do the heavy lifting.
Our valet-style storage solution includes complimentary loading, hauling, and organizing at our local Washington, D.C. storage units. From the comfort of your own home or business and for about the same cost as traditional self-storage in Washington, D.C., you can put your items into a more secure and convenient storage unit. From Gaithersburg to Laurel to Clinton, and throughout much of the D.C. area, let Closetbox cut through the red tape by offering you a hassle-free solution to your storage dilemma. And if you’re across the Potomac, you’ll want to reach out to our Northern Virginia location.
For the last several years, Washington, D.C. has had among the worst—if not THE worst—traffic congestion in the country. In fact, a recent study found that local-area drivers spent an average of 82 hours a year stuck in traffic. This is a statistic that few D.C. residents have any trouble believing. The Metro provides a solution for a lot of people’s work commute, but this isn’t an option when it comes to hauling your storage. After spending the first half of the day loading up your vehicle or rental van to the brim, you’re going to have less patience than usual for D.C. gridlock. Instead, let our licensed, professional movers handle the loading and the traffic for you.
We encourage you to compare our prices to the competition. Just make sure you’re comparing apples-to-apples. The other guys tend to include a bunch of hidden fees, especially while promoting some type of gimmicky discount special. In contrast, our exact storage pricing and attractive discounts per square foot for larger projects mean we can offer a great price at any size. And before you decide on a Washington, D.C. self-storage unit, don’t forget to ask yourself how much your time is worth. Loading, hauling, and unloading rarely go as easily as planned.
Whether it’s a big promotion or political change, there’s a fairly high rate of residential turnover in D.C. It’s not just politicians and government officials, either. Many people are looking to make a change to their living situation that requires them to put some portion of their belongings into storage. Likewise, real estate agents, home stagers, and many other types of local professionals and small business owners have their own cyclical storage needs.
Your Washington, D.C. storage isn’t destined for the fortress of the White House, but you should still be able to feel confident in the safety and security of your storage facility. Too many Washington, D.C. self-storage units are in poorly lit spaces off the beaten path. Moreover, other customers tend to have 24-hour access to the storage facility where your belongings are kept. And, quite frankly, a few of these storage facilities are just plain creepy.