In Clapham space is a challenge - unless you've got self storage from ABC Selfstore. Our Wandsworth store located on Garratt Lane in London SW18 is ideal for Clapham and our impressive 19 year track record means we are trusted.
Making room in Clapham can be hard to do. With self storage from ABC Selfstore it's easy to make some space in your life.
Storage is just the job for students - hire a storage locker so you don't have to lug everything home for the holidays. For businesses managing stock, office equipment or archive paperwork it's an ideal solution. Or if you are moving home, having building renovations done or simply prefer an uncluttered living space - self storage is perfect.
At ABC Selfstore you'll only ever pay for the days you stay and it's all topped off with customer service that's second to none.
Use our online self storage pricing system to reserve your storage unit now!
If you're new to self storage then why not give our 'Self Storage for beginners' pages a whirl?
We'll help you sort out how much space you will need with a host of handy hints and tips - so it doesn't cost you an arm and a leg.
There's also our FREE "Self Storage Explained" PDF for you to download!
If you need more personal advice about your storage needs, or if you would just prefer to speak to someone, you can call the Wandsworth store and a member of our friendly team will be happy to help.
It's easy to check availability and get a quote and make a booking with ABC Selfstore's online booking system.
You don't start paying for your storage until the day you move in and sign your storage agreement. There's no obligation, so if you need space make a reservation now - there's nothing to lose!
The prices you'll find through our online booking system are live from the store - which means you'll always have the most up-to-date availability and cost.
Found it cheaper? The ABC Selfstore Price Promise is your guarantee that we won't be beaten - like-for-like - on price.
Units are subject to availability and upper floors often cost less than equivalent square footage on the ground floor - worth bearing in mind if you're looking for a bargain.
ABC Selfstore is a refreshing change to large corporate storage companies as we're a family owned independent business. We like to put the customer first, because we appreciate great value and service ourselves. So when you store with us you'll get a whole host of advantages that you just won't find anywhere else :
ABC Selfstore customers regularly tell us that our customer service is top-notch - so rest assured we'll do our best to make sure your storing with us will be a pleasure - for however long you're here. Caroline and the team look forward to welcoming you to our Wandsworth store
Clapham, London SW4, is a southern district which is contained within the Borough of Lambeth. It shares Clapham Common with Wandsworth, and the district contains three wards: Clapham Town, Thornton and Clapham Common, although it also shares parts of other wards with Brixton and Stockwell. In common with other districts in London, Clapham has its origins in the Anglo-Saxon period, being named Cloppa Ham due to being a village on a hill. The land was originally granted by King Edgar to a foreign nobleman, and this land was held until the Norman invasion, when the Clapham family moved to the North of England. The land was afterwards granted to a Norman lord, where it remained a small village-like town until the Eighteenth Century.
At the beginning of the eighteenth century, the lands had been converted into country estates, and several large houses were built in the district. Samuel Pepys lived in a Clapham house between 1701 and 1703 and the explorer James Cook's widow also lived near Clapham Common. As London gradually expanded, the country around Clapham was gradually swallowed up, creating a suburb. As London approached, so the district became less popular with the wealthy, leading to many of the large houses being demolished and replaced with ordinary social houses or workers' homes.
Clapham is famous as the home of the Clapham Sect, where evangelicals such as William Wilberforce opposed the English slave trade, and finally lead to its abolition in the 19th century. This sect were mainly composed of upper class social campaigners who were based around Clapham Common. Along with William Wilberforce, there was Henry Thornton and Zachary, father of Thomas Macaulay, along with prominent MPs and other campaigners.
Although it had ceased to be popular with the upper classes, many of the middle-class came to move into Clapham due to its next-door-neighbours of Belgravia and Sloane Square. These areas were too expensive for the majority of the middle-class, but Clapham was nearby and was quickly colonised by these people. This lasted for two decades, until the end of the 1990s, when Clapham became more multi-cultural, and the district now has people from the West Indies, the European Union, the Americas and Australasia.
Having become home to such a wide mixture of people, it is no surprise that Clapham is a popular location for people seeking interesting restaurants and leisure facilities. Due to its proximity with Northcote road, Clapham is also still a centre for shopping tourism in South London.
Here are some of the latest reviews from our customers - see what they think about storing with ABC Selfstore
Only comment is staff are always friendly and helpful. I wanted to upgrade to a bigger unit so Susanne explained my options clearly and took me to show the units themselves. Walked away happy that I had made the right decision!
Excellent service and friendly staff. Paul is efficient and informative at all times
Everyone was cheerful and helpful. I would certainly use ABC again.