At Safestore Acton you can keep your storage room for just a week or for as long as you like. If you know that you need your room for a few weeks, we offer 20% discounts for long-term stays. There are no hidden fees for changing the intended length of your stay and you can also increase or decrease the size of your storage space if you need to. This can be particularly helpful for businesses that store stock with us that may fluctuate in amount throughout the year.
Whether you live, work or study in west London, our Acton store can accommodate your belongings for as long as you need and you can access your room at any time. If you’re unsure of how much space you’ll need to begin with, our handy video guides can help, or you can always speak with a member of our friendly team who can offer tailored advice based on what you need to store.
Get in touch
Call us or complete our online contact form and one of our specialist team can answer any questions you may have and find the perfect storage space for you or your business. If you decide to reserve a room, you can do so by phone or online with no deposit to pay today.
Safestore self storage in Acton
At Safestore Acton, we provide indoor storage rooms that are clean, dry and secured by a key fob entry system and 24-hour recorded CCTV. You are the only person who will have access to your room, which you can access 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
We have rooms with high ceilings and double door access if you need to store larger items, and our staff can accept deliveries for you and keep them safe until you can put them into your room.
If Acton isn’t quite right for you, we also have stores in Brenford
, Notting Hill
, Earls Court
for you to choose from.
Acton has brought us some notable people and institutions: the first Waitrose was opened here; The Who was formed here and actors Alan Rickman and Kit Harrington were born here.
It is a largely residential area, and recent regeneration programmes coupled with the imminent arrival of Crossrail have made the area a desirable place to live and work. Housing ranges from Victorian and Edwardian detached and semi-detached homes in conservation areas such as Acton Green and Mill Hill Park, to a brand-new housing development in South Acton Gardens.
Excellent transport links make it attractive to commuters, whilst families are attracted to the area by the sense of community and the selection of good schools coupled with the close proximity of plenty of green spaces.