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We’re here to answer any questions or help you reserve a room. Give us a ring, chat with us online or fill in our online contact form and one of our helpful team will be happy to help. If you decide to reserve a room online or over the phone, there’s no deposit to pay today.
We have made some video guides
to help you visualise how large our rooms are so you can choose the right size space for your needs. Alternatively, our team are available to chat online or over the phone to offer personalised advice based on what you’d like to store.
If you later decide that you need more or less space, it’s easy to increase or decrease the size of your room at any point with no hassle and no hidden fees.
Safestore self storage in Glasgow
Our Glasgow Central store has indoor self storage rooms in a wide range of sizes. The smallest space we offer is a 10 sq ft room (lockers that are about the size of a large car boot) and they are ideal for storing student belongings over the holidays or excess household items (such as camping gear, suitcases and Christmas decorations).
The largest rooms are over 500 sq ft and could comfortably accommodate all of your household contents during a move or renovations. Our experienced team can offer advice on how much space you’d need for however much you intend to store, or you can check out our video guides to visualise what each room size looks like.
We also offer dedicated business units and we have storage space with high ceilings and double door access, so it’s easy to store your stock and equipment. Whether you’re an online retailer or a traditional business with a need for an affordable alternative to warehouse spaces, we can accommodate whatever you need to store.
As Scotland’s largest city and the third most populous in the UK, Glasgow has a lot to offer. The city is home to some of Scotland's best cultural attractions with more than 20 museums and art galleries including the superb Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and the Riverside Museum. Glasgow is also a major centre of higher and academic research with three universities in close proximity to one another and two more in the city.
Glasgow hosted the 2014 Commonwealth Games and the first European Championships in 2018; and the city is well known in the sporting world for football (particularly the Old Firm rivalry between Celtic and Rangers), rugby, athletics, tennis, golf and swimming.