- San Jose
- Free Move-In Truck
- Tenant Insurance Available
- Contactless Rentals
- 24 Hour Cameras
- Interior Hallway
- Roll Up Doors
- Fire Sprinklers
- Fire Detectors
- Indoor Vehicle Storage
- Gated Entry
- On-site Management
- Alarmed Units
- Online Bill Pay
- Drive-up Access
- Boxes & Supplies
- EZ Drive In
- Carts & Dollies
- Storage Protection Plan Available
Rate and Review
“I've had to use your facility a few times, before and after my Mom passed away. I 'm grateful for the staff who were very understanding, sympathetic and helpful. I give you 5 stars for excellence and for having a very nice clean facility..”
“Super helpful and accommodating. The only thing that I would suggest is informing customers, that even though they offer online checkout, you will still need to go into the office to complete the move in. Other than that, so far so good!.”
“We do like Bay Area storage... we been since do our storage & keep clean ... my manager is very nice....”
“Yo! This place is bomb... Great service and clean as hell. It was unusually clean. I'm horrible wit names and I don't have his business cards wit me but the manager was hella Koo! I took my client there. I moved her in and he asked for my business cards so he could get me some business. I will always recommend Bay area self storage. I'll be back when I have more clients in that area..”
“It is very hard to earn 5 stars in the storage business. Seriously. Most storage places are out to get your money and keep it. This place is totally....”
“My company uses this facility to store items for our customers. I have a lot of experience dealing with this facility. At one point I had over 30....”
Storage Units in San Jose, CA
- Web Only $69
- In-Store $79
- Web Only $115
- In-Store $125
- Web Only $148
- In-Store $158
- Web Only $184
- In-Store $194
- Web Only $198
- In-Store $208
- Web Only $220
- In-Store $230
- Web Only $208
- In-Store $218
- Web Only $210
- In-Store $220
- Web Only $230
- In-Store $240
- Web Only $240
- In-Store $250
- Web Only $254
- In-Store $264
- Web Only $295
- In-Store $305
- Web Only $325
- In-Store $335
- Web Only $375
- In-Store $385
- Web Only $375
- In-Store $385
- Web Only $249
- In-Store $259
- Web Only $425
- In-Store $435
- Web Only $450
- In-Store $460
- Web Only $450
- In-Store $460
- Web Only $529
- In-Store $539
- Web Only $629
- In-Store $639
Sizes advertised for rent are approximate only; units or spaces at the property may differ slightly in shape and/or size. Customers should inspect the actual unit/space to be rented before signing a rental agreement and should base the decision to rent on the inspection of the unit/space and not on the advertised size. Rental amounts for a particular unit/space are not based on square footage measurements.
Frequently Asked Questions
What size storage units are available in San Jose, CA?
We offer a range of sizes at Bay Area Self Storage Curtner/Stone. Browse through our full selection of available units at this location and find one that matches your needs!
What size storage unit do I need in San Jose, CA?
If you're unsure of what size you should choose, head over to our size guide to get a better idea of what you need.
What is the cheapest storage unit in San Jose, CA?
The cheapest storage unit available at Bay Area Self Storage Curtner/Stone is $69.
How much does a storage unit cost in San Jose, CA?
The average price of a storage unit in San Jose is $249.29.
What items am I not allowed to store in storage units in San Jose, CA?
There are a number of items you cannot store at Bay Area Self Storage Curtner/Stone.
You cannot store combustible materials because of the threat of them catching fire. These items include fireworks, fuel tanks, fertilizer, paint thinner, and so on. If it seems like it'll easily catch fire, avoid storing it. You also cannot store firearms.
You cannot store living animals or plants. Do not treat a storage space as a replacement for a proper pet sitter. Not only are storage spaces not built for people or animals to live in them, but the food you leave out for your pets could also attract pests. Similarly, plant soil could attract pests as well.
You cannot store food of any type including, but not limited to, canned foods, perishable foods, dry foods, or pet food for similar reasons. Food will attract pests and will cause an infestation in your storage space and spread to others.
Lastly, you cannot store illegal items such as prohibited weapons, illicit drugs, drug paraphernalia, and stolen items. If it's not legal to house it elsewhere, you cannot store it here.
Do I need a lock when I rent a storage unit in San Jose, CA?
You do need a lock to secure your storage space. If you do not have a lock, we offer locks for sale here at Bay Area Self Storage Curtner/Stone.
Can I rent my storage unit online at Bay Area Self Storage Curtner/Stone?
You absolutely can rent your storage unit online at Bay Area Self Storage Curtner/Stone. We only need to collect a few pieces of information and can have the whole process done in less time than it takes to enjoy a cup of coffee in the morning.
Do I need a reservation to rent a storage unit in San Jose, CA?
You don't need a reservation to rent a storage space here at Bay Area Self Storage Curtner/Stone.
However, a reservation does ensure that you'll be able to secure the exact space you need. If you spot a deal or low price for a certain space, you will need to reserve that space at that time to lock in that price.
Otherwise, you can just complete the rental online, or give us a call and we will rent the unit over the phone whenever you're ready.
What is the difference between indoor storage and drive up storage in San Jose, CA?
We offer both indoor and drive up storage here at Bay Area Self Storage Curtner/Stone, and each comes with different advantages depending on how you plan to use them.
The term indoor storage describes storage spaces that are found inside a building. These storage spaces provide more protection against the elements than drive up spaces because they're fully covered inside of a structure.
Drive-up storage spaces are located along the exterior of the building so you can literally drive right up to them. These spaces allow you to easily unload and load your vehicle, making it a breeze to put stuff in, or take stuff out of your storage space. These are convenient spaces if you know you're going to store belongings that would be difficult to carry in and out of a building, especially when those buildings have multiple floors.