Your neighborhood was named for a Union general in the Civil War, and while you don’t have that much in common with Robert Gould Shaw, you often feel like you’re fighting a battle. Except this skirmish is for space.
There’s just not enough room in your apartment for all your stuff, and you don’t know what to do. You could rent a self-storage unit, but those things aren’t cheap — especially considering all the extra cash you’ll be pouring into boxes, tape, and gas to move everything.
Save yourself a lot of trouble and call MakeSpace.
We’ll pick up your items, load them all up, and transport them over to our storage facility. Next, we’ll make an online photo catalog of every single thing, so you always know what’s there.
Best of all? When you need something back, just let us know — we’ll bring it straight over. Now that you’ve got MakeSpace on your side, brokering a peace treaty with your apartment should be simple.
How MakeSpace Works
We’re Cheaper Than Self-Storage
Unlike self-storage, you only pay for the space you use.
Not sure which plan to pick?
Our easy-to-use storage calculator will help you find the right plan.
All plans include:
*One free hour of service every 30 days, excluding the first and last three days of the month.
Need a larger space?
Speak to a storage expert and they can help find the right space to fit your needs.
Call us: 855-758-3293
You Should Expect More From a Washington D.C. Storage Company
First pickup is completely free
Free packing bins, save on boxes and tape
Online photo inventory of what’s in storage
Easy pickup and delivery
Washington D.C. Neighborhoods
- Adams Morgan
- Capitol Hill
- Chinatown (DC)
- Columbia Heights
- Downtown DC
- Dupont Circle
- Foggy Bottom
- Judiciary Square
- LeDriot Park
- Logan Circle
- Mount Pleasant
- Mount Vernon Square
- Navy Yard
- Near Northeast
- Park View
- Penn Quarter
- Sixteenth Street Heights
- Truxton Circle
- U Street Corridor
- West End