Get in touch
If you have any questions, please call us, chat with us online or use our online contact form and we’ll be happy to help, with no pressure or obligation to buy. If you decide to go ahead and reserve a storage room, you can do this online or by phone, and there’s no deposit to pay today.
If you’re unsure of how much space you’ll need, our video guides can help you to visualise the space available in each size of room. Our experienced team is also available by phone or online to provide tailored advice based on how much you plan to store with us, or to answer any other queries.
If you later decide that you need more or less space, it’s quick and easy to increase or decrease the size of your storage space at any time, with no hidden fees or penalties for doing so.
You can keep your room for just 7 days (and take out your belongings at any time during that week) or for however long you need after that. You can extend your stay at any time for maximum flexibility.
Safestore self storage in Stevenage
The self storage rooms at our Stevenage store range from 10 sq ft lockers (perfect for student storage over the holidays, or seasonal household goods like camping gear) right up to warehouse-sized rooms of 500 sq ft+. Store anything with us, from your household contents during a move to all of your business stock and equipment, for a low, weekly price.
Our dedicated business units offer a flexible, affordable alternative to traditional warehousing, and business rates do not apply. Our flexible terms mean that you can take more space or reduce your room size if stock levels fluctuate during the year, so you’ll never have to pay for more space than you need.
Double door access and high ceilings make it easy for you to load and unload your storage room and store whatever you need to. For large or heavy items, our helpful team at Stevenage are able to provide a free forklift truck service, and trolleys are available for your use.
As one of the UK’s New Towns, built after the Second World War, Stevenage benefits from having been designed with modern conveniences and transportation in mind. It’s located close to the A1 and has excellent road and rail links to the local area and beyond; it also has a pedestrianised town centre which looks soon to benefit from a £2bn redevelopment plan.
There may be a lot of concrete in sight, but the town has all the necessary local amenities and direct access to central London, so it’s attractive to commuters seeking somewhere slightly less expensive to live. For those who have only ever seen the town centre, it might come as a surprise to learn how green the surrounding neighbourhoods are: there are plenty of green spaces locally, and the Chiltern Hills are close enough for day trips to the countryside.