Get in touch
We’re available online or by phone to answer any questions you might have about our storage rooms or the store at Glasgow Rutherglen, with no obligation to buy space with us. If you decide to go ahead and reserve a room, you can do this online or by phone, and there’s no deposit to pay today. If you know that you’ll want to keep your room for at least a year, our Rutherglen store offers a discount for long-term stays so be sure to mention this when you book.
If you’re not sure how large you need your room to be, have a look at our video guides or speak with one of our experienced team by phone or online and they can offer you personalised advice based on how much you intend to store.
Our Rutherglen store has storage rooms that are clean, dry and individually lit. They’re easy to load and unload thanks to our drive up room access, double doors, and free forklift service (operated by our trained staff) for bulky or heavy items.
Safestore self storage in Glasgow Rutherglen
This is a purpose-built, state-of-the-art store. Here, we have storage rooms ranging in size from 10 sq ft lockers (helpful for excess household belongings if you don’t have a shed or loft) right up to warehouse-sized space of 500 sq ft plus (capable of storing all of your home’s contents during a house move).
Our dedicated business storage rooms are a great place to store all of your business stock and equipment without being tied into a long-term commercial lease (there are no business rates to pay, either).
You are the sole keyholder to your room and you can access your room at any time during opening hours. The store is monitored by 24 hour recorded CCTV and intruder alarms for added security.
Why Glasgow Rutherglen?
Technically part of South Lanarkshire, Rutherglen is regarded as a suburb of Glasgow and there are reminders of its rich history in the form of a very broad main street (once used to host horse fairs), the impressive town hall which houses a museum of local history, and the Old Parish Church (complete with a tower thought to date back to the 15th Century).
There are good local amenities, transport links to nearby central Glasgow, and lots of green spaces, so it’s a popular place for commuters and families alike to settle.