Your storage needs may vary over time. Businesses, in particular, can see considerable fluctuations in stock level throughout the year. To ensure you never have to pay for more space than you really need, our contracts are flexible and allow you to increase or decrease the size of your storage room at any time. Have a look at our video guides to help you to decide what size of room to begin with (or call and speak with one of our experienced team members, who can give you tailored advice based on what you intend to store), but remember that you can always make your room bigger or smaller if your situation changes.
You can stay for just a week or keep your storage room for as long as you need. This may be particularly helpful if you’re a householder in the midst of renovations or a house move and are unsure of when you’ll be able to safely accommodate your furniture and furnishings.
Get in touch
Give us a ring, chat with us online or use our online contact form and one of our friendly team will be able to help you to find the perfect storage room for your needs at Harlow or any of our other local branches. You can reserve a room online or by phone, and there's no deposit to pay.
Safestore self storage in Harlow
Our Harlow store is very accessible, and some rooms have drive-up room access, making it easy to load and unload your belongings directly into your room. If you choose one of our ground floor rooms, you can gain entry to your room 24 hours a day; all other rooms can be accessed within normal opening hours (we’re open 7 days a week, with late-night opening on Thursdays). We also have dedicated units to help you to run your business and access your stock with ease; this is a popular and cheap alternative to investing in long-term commercial leases.
Our team in Harlow can even accept deliveries on your behalf and keep them safe for you until you can come and store your belongings in your room, so you never need to wait in for a parcel again.
Originally one of the New Towns established after the Second World War to accommodate families whose homes were destroyed in the Blitz, Harlow has undergone several expansions, most recent of which is the Harlow Gateway Scheme which is set to see the creation of hundreds of eco-homes. It’s a growing town and as such employment and housing opportunities are ample.
Add to this the abundance of green spaces (notably Harlow Town Park) and commutable distance from London and it’s easy to see why this area is attractive to working families with young children. Locally known as ‘Old Harlow’ and ‘New Harlow’, the two distinct parts of the town both have attractive features and cater to people looking to live in traditional Victorian residential areas and those wanting new builds and modern leisure facilities.