Self Storage has never been so easy. Just follow our 4 simple steps.
Order and buy your boxes by calling 01606 551154 or fill in the form below and we will deliver them free of charge to your chosen address within the “CW” postcode (home, work or anywhere else!) on the weekday you choose. The boxes are 40cm x X40cm x 45cm (72 litres) and double walled for strength.
Pack up your stuff into our boxes call 01606 551154 to arrange collection and our drivers will collect your box in our satellite tracked vans and then take them to our secure warehouse that same day. We collect Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm.
Your boxes are stored in our secure warehouse in Winsford. You can keep them there for as long as you want. Your boxes occupy their space on our shelves until you request it back. Your boxes have their own unique number, so we know where they are (and you can reference what is in your boxes).
When you want your belongings back call 01606 551 154 and we will deliver your boxes back to you within 48hrs to anywhere with a “CW” postcode. Return of your boxes cost £8 for the first box and then £2 for each subsequent box on the same delivery. Unpack them at your leisure once we delivered them back to you.
Who's It For?
Student Gap Years
Simply Short of space
Storing Extra stock
Storing Exhibition Collateral
Who Much Does It Cost?
Boxes: £2.00 per box. Free roll of tape and free delivery
Storage: 1-10 boxes £1.00 per box per week. 10-20 boxes 90p per box per week. 20 plus boxes, contact us
Delivery: £8.00 for first box then £2.00 each additional box
All prices include VAT
• Jewellery, watches, precious stones, stamps of all kinds
• Furs, mobile phones, alcohol, tobacco products of any kind
• Antiques or fragile Goods
• Food or perishable Goods
• Birds, fish, animals, plants, genetic material or any other living or dead creature
• Money in the form of cash or equivalent
• Combustible or flammable materials or liquids, for example gas, paint, petrol, oil or cleaning solvents
• Gas cylinders. Deeply refrigerated flammable, non-flammable, and poisonous gases such as butane, oxygen, propane, and aqualung cylinders. Includes butane gas (eg for use with heated hair appliances) camping gas, and chef's blow torches.
• Firearms and explosives. Handguns, automatic weapons, munitions, ammunitions including blank cartridges, pistol caps, fireworks, flares, smoke canisters, and crackers.
• Chemicals, radioactive materials, biological agents
• Toxic waste, asbestos or other materials of a potentially dangerous nature
• Anything which emits fumes sells or odour
• Anything unlawful or goods illegally obtained
• Compressed gasses
• Corrosives such as mercury, acids, alkalis, and wet-cell batteries
• Poisons such as insecticides, weed killers, arsenic, and cyanide
Here are some simple tips to packing:
Here are some simple tips to packing, it is your responsibility to protect your items:
• Tape the bottom of a carton before packing it, first fold two opposite flaps then the remaining two flaps over.
• Wrap each item individually using bubble wrap.
• Spread the weight of heavy items e.g. Books & folders amongst all the boxes provided
• Never overfill a carton. As a guide, one person should be able to comfortably lift a packed carton unaided.
• Put heavy things at the bottom of any carton to ensure you avoid crushing other items.
• Pad out space within a carton with crushed white paper, shredded paper, void fill or similar to ensure there is no movement within the carton during transit
• If your box rattles when shaken, it's not ready.
• Always pack the carton to the very top and to both sides, any voids can cause the carton to crush or items to be damaged.
• Label each carton carefully so you know its contents.
• Tape each carton closed when it is full.
• Never bend at the waist to pick up a carton - bend at the knees and keep your back straight.
• Use one length of tape along the central seam. Use two further lengths of tape over the edge of seams. Tape the top in the same way.
• To close a carton, always fold in two opposite sides followed by the remaining two, never criss-cross.
• Take care when reopening cartons if cutting the tape with a knife. You would not want to damage the contents.