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You can reserve a storage room at any time online, or by phone during opening hours. Our friendly team will be happy to answer any questions you have or offer any advice needed with no pressure for you to reserve a room. If you decide to reserve a room, there’s no deposit to pay today.
Check out our storage size calculator and video guides to help you choose the right amount of storage for your needs, or our experienced team will be happy to offer advice by phone or online based on how much you plan to store, with no obligation to reserve a room with us.
Safestore self storage in Basildon
Our Basildon store is fitted with intruder alarms and 24 hour recorded CCTV. You can store anything with us from excess household goods (such as Christmas decorations, out-of-season clothing, sport and camping equipment etc) to the contents of your home during a move. You could also store student belongings with us over the holidays rather than keep them in empty student digs.
We’re ideally suited to business storage. Our dedicated business units offer a flexible, affordable alternative to commercial warehousing and if your stock levels fluctuate you can increase or decrease the size of your space so that you won’t have to pay for empty, unused space.
We have high-ceilinged rooms of up to 10 ft with unrestricted loading bays. Several of our storage rooms can be accessed 24 hours a day - helpful if you don’t want to interrupt your working day to visit your room, or if you want to access stock to send out to customers without delay. We have forklift trucks available at this store if you need assistance with large or bulky items.
Basildon is ideally located for commuters working in Central London (thanks to its punctual train service and easy access to the M25), but the friendly and welcoming residents and good local amenities prevent it from being simply a commuter town.
Families are attracted by the sense of community Basildon offers, and there are plenty of attractions and green spaces for children to enjoy. The Sporting Village, for example, has all the usual leisure centre facilities plus a large climbing wall, and the Festival Leisure Park (known locally as Bas Vegas) has a cinema, bowling alley and plenty of restaurants on site.