You can keep your storage room for just a week or stay for as long as you need for a single low, weekly price. There are no long tie-in periods so you won't end up paying for months of storage that you no longer need, and it's easy to extend your stay if you decide you need to keep your room for longer than planned. If you’re renovating your home, for example, and find that the work is taking longer than anticipated, it’s not a problem to keep your room for however much longer you need it for.
In terms of flexible space, our experienced team can offer personalised advice about what size of room you should begin with, based on how much you intend to store with us. Alternatively, you might find our video guides useful to help you to visualise how much each rom size could hold. Either way, if you find you need more or less space over time (perhaps you’re a business owner and find that your stock levels fluctuate over time) you can quickly and easily increase or decrease the size of your storage room at our Chelmsford store. There are no hidden fees or penalties for doing so.
Get in touch
We’d love to hear from you. Call us, fill in our online contact form or click to chat with one of our team online during opening hours and we can answer any questions you have, advise on storage room size and availability at Chelmsford or any of our other stores, or help you to reserve a room. You can also click to reserve a room online today, with no deposit to pay.
Safestore self storage in Chelmsford
Our Chelmsford store is highly secure, thanks to our intruder alarms, key fob entry system, and 24 hour recorded CCTV coverage. Staff are on hand during opening hours if you need any help, and will also happily accept deliveries for you, so you need never waste time waiting around for another parcel again! If our Chelmsford store isn’t quite convenient enough for you, we have other stores nearby at Basildon
for you to choose from.
Travelling from Chelmsford to the City and Docklands areas takes only around 30 minutes by train, and several large-scale housing developments (such as those at Chelmer Village and Beaulieu Park) were built to cope with demand for commuters' accommodation in the area. But Chelmsford isn’t just a commuter town - as a city in its own right it has a thriving economy, and residents and workers alike benefit from the vibrant nightlife scene and a strong retail sector that offers a decent mixture of high street and independent shops. Perhaps it’s no surprise, then, that Chelmsford was listed by the Times as one of the best places to live
in the East of England.