At different stages in our life we may have more furniture than we have house room for. Granny might have left us an antique dining table and chairs in her will that doesn’t fit into our house but might when we move to something larger. We could have bought a new 3-piece suite but want to hang on to the old sofa because a child is about to get their own place or we might have moved in with a partner and as a result have two of everything but are worried to let anything go - just in case.
Whatever, the reason it’s often difficult to let furniture go because you think it could be useful in the future and it’s likely to cost too much to buy it new. It’s only natural but you need somewhere safe, secure and dry to keep the items in the best condition.
Shire Self Storage has a perfect solution when you need to store furniture either for the long or short term; we have a good range of storage rooms of different sizes that will comfortably store anything from a fridge-freezer through to all the contents of a five-bedroomed house. You only need to rent the space you require.
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Is there a minimum rental period?
We rent space by the week although we offer significant discounts for longer-term commitments. For units of up to 200sqf there is a minimum initial term of 14 days, larger units have a minimum initial rental of 28 days.
Get in touch and tell us what you need we’ll have a solution.
How do I know what size of space I need to rent?
When you look to reserve a room you’ll see a handy guide showing what will typically fit into one of our stores. If you need more help we’re always available to talk it through with you, just call 0161 470 6999. If when you get here you actually need something smaller or larger just let us know and provided we have availability we’ll change your booking.
Are there any types of furniture we can’t store at Shire?
Some items of furniture might really offend us, I’m thinking salmon pink leather LazyBoy recliners, but that doesn’t mean you can’t store it with us - you never know the Miami Vice style of decor might come back into fashion.