Are you looking for storage in Essex? With a range of units suitable for business and personal use, Access Self Storage Essex can cater to all your storage needs.
Between the travel links to the city and the rolling fields and impressive coastlines, Essex has a lot to offer. Its history is equally varied too. Home to Britain’s oldest recorded town, Colchester, which was the first Roman capital in Britain. Chelmsford too was the capital of England temporarily, when the seat of government was moved to the town for a few days in 1381. Rumour even has it that the iconic Scottish king, Robert the Bruce, was born in Montpelier’s Farm near Chelmsford, in 1274.
We have two stores just a short distance from Essex, Access Self Storage Romford and Access Self Storage Barking. Whether you’re looking to store your extra business stock, require a telephone answering service, or need more space for your personal belongings, our storage units near Essex are on hand to help. Contact the Access Self Storage Essex team today for a personalised quote.
Perhaps a lesser known fact about Essex is that the village of Tiptree is one of the very few places in the world where the rare ‘Little Scarlet’ strawberry grows. This type of strawberry is perfect for making jam and is grown at the Wilkin and Sons farm and used in their famous jams. At peak production, their factory can make 10 tons of strawberry jam in a day! Having held a royal warrant continuously since 1911, Queen Elizabeth II helped celebrate their 125th anniversary in 2010 by visiting their renowned factory. If you dabble in making your own jams and preserves, finding space to store all your empty jars and equipment can be tricky. At one of our storage units near Essex we can help keep everything stored neatly and securely. Our covered loading bays and pallet trucks make it easy to transport all your goods safely.
Essex is also known for its expansive coastline. With the longest coastline in the UK, (350 miles worth!), Essex has plenty of beaches to choose from. Many of these beaches, including Dovercourt Bay, Brightlingsea and Thorpe Bay, have been awarded prestigious Blue Flag status, making them perfect summer spots. Essex is also home to the longest pleasure pier in the world. At 1.3 miles long, Southend Pier has its own train to bring visitors from the end of the pier back to the shoreline. If you’re struggling to find space at home for all your beach equipment, why not keep everything safely stored in one of our self storage Essex branches. With 24-hour access, you can pick up your beach belongings as soon as the British summer arrives.