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If you have any questions or need some help to choose your ideal self storage room at Orpington, please call us, chat with us online or use our online contact form and we’ll be happy to help with no obligation to buy.
You can reserve a room with us online or by phone and there’s no deposit to pay today.
Our storage rooms are available to rent on a weekly basis. You could keep your room for a single day or stay for however long you like beyond that time. There are no hidden fees or penalties for extending your stay, and no long tie-in periods.
If you’re unsure of how much space you’ll need, our experienced team can assist by phone or online chat by providing advice based on how much you plan to store with us. We’ve also made some handy video guides to help you visualise the different amount of space available in each size of room.
Safestore self storage in Orpington
Our Orpington store is accessible 24 hours a day, and our friendly team are available to help during our extensive opening hours. The store is covered by 24 hour recorded CCTV and intruder alarms, and you’ll be the only person who can access your room via a keyfob entry system.
We have rooms in a wide range of sizes, from 10 sq ft lockers (great for reducing the clutter at home) up to warehouse-sized rooms of 500 sq ft+ (capable of storing all of your home’s contents during a move, redecoration or renovations, or all of your business stock, equipment and tools).
There’s parking on site for customers and drive up room access makes it even easier to load or unload your belongings - if you need help with larger or bulky items, we can provide forklift trucks at this store.
Orpington is home to several thriving retail and industrial estates, yet it is becoming increasingly popular as a place to live, particularly amongst families. The reason for this is that Orpington is within reasonable commuting distance of London (about an hour’s drive, or 20 minutes by train), yet has plenty of larger houses with gardens at more affordable prices than more central districts. The air quality is much better than in zones 1 or 2, which is another draw for families with young children, and the schools are good.
There are also plenty of green spaces to enjoy (such as at St Pauls Cray Hill Country Park) and it’s within easy reach of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. As more families move to the area, there’s increasing investment in amenities and services, so there are more places to shop, eat and drink; Bluewater Shopping Centre is a short drive away, too.