We offer flexible contract terms so that you never have to pay for more storage than you need. Rent a room for just a week, or stay for as long as you need: long-term stays are often attractive to businesses, whilst short-term stays are ideal for students or for householders who need to store furniture or other items temporarily.
You can increase or decrease the size of your room whenever you need, to allow for fluctuating business stock, for example, and there are no fees or penalties for doing so.
If you’re unsure of how much space you need at first, our video guides can help you to picture how much each size of room will hold, or our friendly team are available by telephone to offer advice.
Get in touch
Give us a call or complete our online contact form and one of our team can answer any questions you have or help you to reserve the perfect room for your storage needs. Alternatively, click online to reserve your room today, with no deposit to pay.
Safestore self storage in Southampton
At Safestore Southampton, our self storage rooms are indoors, so they are clean, dry and secured by 24 hour recorded CCTV.
We have trolleys available so you can organise your storage efficiently and easily. Our staff can even accept and sign for deliveries for you: we’ll keep your items safe until it’s convenient for you to take them to your room, meaning that you don’t have to interrupt your working day to receive packages in person.
We're not far from the university, so we're ideally placed to provide secure student storage during the holidays.
We also have another store nearby - click here
for more self storage in the Southampton area.
Southampton is perhaps best known for its place in maritime history, with its shipbuilding yards playing a major role in both World Wars and its docks as the launching site for the doomed Titanic. In more recent times, Southampton has continued to thrive, though its main employers now include the NHS, BBC, the universities and airport.
Development in the area has created two major areas dedicated to retail, accommodation and tourism: the Cultural Quarter (next to Guildhall Square) and Bargate Quarter. Its rapidly growing economy coupled with geographical location, which allows easy access to the New Forest National Park, has made it an attractive place for businesses and employees