St Neots Self Storage – Safe & Secure
If you are looking for safe and secure self storage facilities that are perfectly situated for St Neots, St Ives, Huntingdon, Godmanchester, Alconbury or Stukely Meadows, then The Storage Hub is the perfect self storage facility.
Our brand new self storage facility that covers the St Neots area is located in a prime location at Windover Road, Huntingdon, which is easily accessed by car, van or lorry and has amble parking.
Our purpose built self storage units are available in the following 20, 25, 50, 75, 100, 125, 150, 175, 200, 225, 250 and 300 square foot unit sizes. At the storage hub it is important to note that self storage unit sizes shown for rental are approximate only and units at the self-storage facility may differ slightly in size or shape. We would suggest you travel up from St Neots and inspect the specific unit to be rented before signing a rental agreement. We always suggest that the decision to rent is based on the inspection of the unit and not on the advertised unit size.
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Why Choose The Storage Hub Huntingdon
Internal self storage can offer several benefits compared to external self storage, including:
- Climate control: Internal self storage units are often climate-controlled, which means they maintain a constant temperature and humidity level. This can be especially important if you’re storing sensitive items such as artwork, electronics, or documents, as fluctuations in temperature and humidity can cause damage.
- Enhanced security: Internal self storage facilities often have more robust security measures in place, such as electronic gate access, surveillance cameras, and individual unit alarms. This can provide peace of mind knowing that your belongings are secure and less likely to be stolen or damaged.
- Convenience: With internal self storage, you can typically access your unit from within the building, which can be more convenient than having to go outside and potentially deal with inclement weather or other obstacles.
- Privacy: Internal self storage units are typically located within a larger building or facility, which can provide an added level of privacy and discretion. This can be especially important if you’re storing valuable or sensitive items that you don’t want others to know about.
Of course, there are also benefits to external self storage, such as lower cost and more flexibility in terms of unit size and accessibility. Ultimately, the choice between internal and external self storage depends on your specific needs and priorities, and it’s important to carefully consider all of your options before making a decision.
St Neots domestic users will find the storage hub Huntingdon perfect for their short, medium or long term self storage requirements. In our experience we have found our facilities are used by personal users for storing items during the house moving process, storing furniture and items during the university summer recess, storing large or bulky items that are to big / cumbersome to fit in the home shed/ garage ( we have stored surfboards, quad bikes, wind surfs, garden tools etc)
St Neots Businesses use of our self storage Huntingdon facility for
- Temporary storage of stock at a local level ( especially useful when the stock is of high value / sensitive i.e. its crucial that the stock doesn’t get damp )
- Storing event and exhibition stands
- Storing company marketing communications materials – brochures/ leaflets / promotional items
- Secure storage of archive documentation and paperwork
Get In Touch And Visit the Storage facilities
When it comes to self storage of household possessions, the terms “internal” and “external” can have slightly different meanings depending on the context.
Internal self storage typically refers to storage units that are located within a building, such as a warehouse or storage facility. These units are usually climate-controlled and secure, with features like 24-hour video surveillance, electronic gate access, and individual unit alarms. Internal self storage units are designed to protect your belongings from weather conditions and theft, and they can be accessed directly from the interior of the building.
External self storage, on the other hand, refers to storage units that are located outside of a building, such as a row of individual units lined up along a fence. These units are usually less expensive than internal units and may not be climate-controlled or offer the same level of security. External units are often used for storing items that don’t require a climate-controlled environment, such as outdoor furniture, sporting equipment, or vehicles.
Ultimately, the choice between internal and external self storage depends on your specific needs and preferences. If you have valuable or fragile items that need to be protected from the elements and potential theft, an internal self storage unit may be the best option. If you’re simply looking for a convenient and affordable way to store items that don’t require a climate-controlled environment, an external self storage unit may be sufficient.