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If you’d like help to decide how much space you’ll need, or if you have any other questions, please chat with our friendly team online or by phone, or use our online contact form out of hours and one of us will gladly get back to you as soon as possible. If you decide to reserve a storage room, you can do so online or by phone and there’s no deposit to pay today.
We have made some video guides to help you to choose the best size of room for whatever you plan to store initially. Alternatively, our experienced team are available by phone or online if you’d like to speak to one of us for some tailored advice.
Safestore self storage in Exeter
Whatever you need to store, we’ll have a storage room that’s the perfect size for it. Our 10 sq ft lockers are great for student storage over the holidays (and offer a secure alternative to leaving your belongings in an empty student house) or for storing excess household goods like camping gear or sport equipment. You could also store furniture during a house move or office renovation, or your business stock and equipment - our rooms are an affordable and flexible alternative to traditional commercial leases on warehouse space and don’t attract business rates.
Our Exeter store has storage rooms that can be accessed 24 hours a day, any day of the year, and the store is monitored by intruder alarms and 24 hour recorded CCTV. There are loading bays for easy access to your room, and our larger spaces have double doors for easier entry.
If you need help loading or unloading very large or heavy items, our trained staff at our Exeter store can provide a free forklift truck service.
Exeter is a great place to live and work. Its location is ideally suited to anyone who wants a decent work-life balance. There’s the nearby Jurassic Coast to explore (and hunt for fossils), and Exeter is nestled between three beautiful parts of the country: Exmoor National Park, Dartmoor National Park and the East Devon Area of Natural Beauty.
Despite its rural location, it is well connected by rail and road (the M5 is very close) and broadband is of a decent speed. It has a rich history still in evidence in the form of its gothic cathedral and Tudor housing, yet its abundant student population keeps the bars, pubs, and music venues fresh and vibrant. In terms of economy, there are several major employers based in Exeter, including the Met Office, Wrigleys and the University of Exeter.