Get in touch
Our friendly team is available by phone or online to chat, or you can use our online contact form to get in touch out of hours and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can. We’re happy to answer any questions or offer advice with no obligation or pressure to reserve a storage room. If you choose to reserve a storage room with us, you can do so online or by phone and there’s no deposit to pay.
Safestore storage rooms are rented by the week, with no long tie-in periods. You can stay for just 7 days (and remove your contents whenever you like within that time) or for however many weeks you need. Extend your stay at any time with no penalties or hidden fees.
If you’re unsure of how much space you’ll need, we have a handy size calculator or you can check out our video guides to give you an idea of what each size of room will hold. Our experienced team are also on hand by phone or online if you’d like tailored advice based on how much you plan to store.
If you later decide that you need more or less space, you can increase or decrease the size of your storage room at any time after your first week with no hassle.
Safestore self storage Preston
Our Preston storage facility is monitored by intruder alarms and 24 hour recorded CCTV; you’ll be the only one who has access to your storage room and you can visit any time during our extensive opening hours. We’ll also happily arrange for you to be able to access your room 24 hours a day all year round, which means you won’t have to interrupt your working day to visit and if you’re using a storage room for business stock you can make sure it reaches your customers without delay.
If you have large or bulky items we offer a free forklift service at our Preston store; our trained staff can help you to load or unload your storage room quickly and easily.
We also have dedicated business storage units which offer an affordable, flexible alternative to traditional warehouse spaces and our flexible terms mean you’ll never have to pay for more space than you need.
Despite the absence of a cathedral, Preston was granted ‘city’ status in 2002 because of its wealth of heritage, its high-ranking university, and its role as Lancashire’s administrative centre. The University of Central Lancashire is well respected and works closely with local businesses to ensure that graduate talent and skills remain local by generating highly skilled jobs locally.
Preston residents have the best of both worlds on their doorstep: Preston itself is a thriving city, within easy reach of other, larger cities such as Liverpool and Manchester; green spaces abound within Preston and it’s a doddle to get to the Lake District, Forest of Bowland AONB and Yorkshire Dales for weekends away.