At Safestore Hayes, you can stay with us for just a day or for as long as you need. If you’re unsure of how much space you’ll need to begin with, check out our video guides or speak with one of our experienced team members who can advise you on the best room for whatever it is you want to store.
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Call us, complete our online contact form or chat with us online during opening hours and one of our friendly team can answer any questions you have, offer advice on the services and room options available at our Hayes store or help you to reserve a room. If you’d like to reserve a storage room with us by phone or online, there’s no deposit to pay.
Safestore self storage in Hayes
Our Hayes store is modern and purpose-built, offering accessible self storage rooms in a wide range of sizes. Your room will be protected by 24 hour recorded CCTV and intruder alarms, and you can access it at any time during opening hours, 7 days a week.
You might need self storage in Hayes if you’re in the process of moving house and have a gap between sale and purchase; or if you’re renovating and need somewhere clean, safe and dry to store your belongings so that they don’t get damaged at home. If you’re a student, consider storing your belongings with us during the holidays rather than leave them unattended in your digs. If you run a business and want a cheap, viable alternative to taking out a commercial lease with a long tie-in period, why not consider storing your stock, equipment and tools at our Hayes store?
Hayes is probably best known as the home of record label EMI, which was based in the Old Vinyl Factory: this was where LPs by industry greats such as the Beatles and Pink Floyd were pressed. The area is still well known for its rich industrial history, with giants such as Nestle, Kodak, HMV and Heinz having headquarters here; many of the old factories have since been converted into modern apartments, offices and retail spaces but still retain some of their original features and character.
The town has very good transport links, with trains from Hayes & Harlington getting you into central London in around 20 minutes (the impending arrival of Crossrail promises to reduce that time further still). Even so, the cost of housing is not prohibitively high and the plethora of parks and green spaces (e.g. Minet Country Park and Lake Farm Country Park) make it an appealing place to live if you’re raising a family.