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To book a self storage unit in Liverpool, click to reserve a unit with no deposit to pay. Our video guides
can help you to decide how much space you need, or you can call and speak with one of our friendly team who can give you their advice on the most cost-effective way to store your belongings. Outside office hours, please feel free to use our online contact form and one of our team will call you back as soon as possible.
If you’re looking for storage outside central Liverpool, our nearest store is in Warrington, or you can use our Store Finder
tool to find the most conveniently located store for you.
Safestore Self Storage Liverpool
Our customers use our Liverpool storage centre for a range of purposes.
Students use it to store their belongings during holidays to keep them safe rather than leave them in their digs unattended.
Businesses use our Liverpool storage facility not only to store their stock, archives or equipment but also as a base from which to run their business. We have several dedicated business units and workshops available to rent, so you can kit out an office or workspace and save a lot of money on commercial premises overheads like security, business rates and public liability insurance.
Householders use our storage units to keep their furniture, furnishings and other belongings safe, often during house moves or renovations, or as an extension to their existing storage at home.
You can access your unit 24 hours a day and we can provide you with free trolleys and a free forklift trolley if you need those. Our units are easily accessible, with a large, undercover loading area, double door access and units with high ceilings.
Our Liverpool storage facility is convenient for Birkenhead, Bootle, Knowsley, St Helens and Widnes.
Liverpool is a great place to study
and is home to several major universities. Many students remain in the city after graduation because of the high number of available jobs in the health, education, retail and tourism industries, and because of the vibrant nightlife.
It’s a great place to live even if you’re not a student! The city centre is relatively compact and easy to navigate; there are plenty of museums, restaurants, shops and attractions to keep you busy at weekends. There are several beautiful green spaces within the city to enjoy, but if you want to get out of the city for a while there are so many places to visit that are within an hour’s journey: Martin Mere Wildlife Reserve and Crosby beach (complete with Antony Gormley’s Another Place permanent exhibit), for example. The locals are friendly (and have a fab sense of humour) and if you decide to move to live or work in Liverpool, you'll be made to feel welcome.
Liverpool has excellent transport links to other parts of the country: the M62 starts and ends in Liverpool and can quickly connect you to everywhere east of the city: Manchester, Leeds and all the way to Hull. The M62 connects to the M1 at Leeds, from where you can head north on the A1(M) or south to London. There is a good railway network, and Liverpool John Lennon airport is located on the outskirts of the city for travelling further afield.