ABC Selfstore provide self storage in Mitcham from our Wandsworth store located on Garratt Lane in London SW18. We've been in business for over 19 years, so you can rest assured you'll get outstanding service from a company that prides itself on customer satisfaction.
Space is not cheap in Mitcham and self storage is an affordable way to make more room for yourself. Whether business or domestic we've got storage units of all sizes for all needs and budgets.
We pride ourselves on offering top-notch customer service and as - with ABC Selfstore - you'll only ever pay for the days you stay there will never be any surprise costs.
ABC Selfstore's 'Self Storage for beginners' page is just the job if you are new to self storage.
We've got some great advice to help you calculate the amount of space you will need in your unit, along with plenty of other useful suggestions.
We also have a FREE "Self Storage Explained" PDF for you to download!
If you'd rather speak to a real person call our Wandsworth store and one of our ABC Selfstore team will be delighted 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.
As an independent family owned business we're a refreshing change to large corporate storage companies. We appreciate good customer service and great value ourselves - which is why with ABC you get a whole host of benefits that you won't find anywhere else :
Plus - our customer service is second to none, so you'll find storing with ABC Selfstore a breeze - however long you're with us. Caroline and the team look forward to welcoming you to our Wandsworth store.
A district within the London borough of Merton, Mitcham, London CR4, is near to the boroughs of Wandsworth and Croyden. It has become very highly developed for residence, particularly being a centre for social housing schemes both before and after the second world war. People often visit the area in order to go to Mitcham Cricket Club, which has claim to be the oldest club in the world, and it also claims to be the oldest cricketing ground which is still in use today, although this has not been proven. There are a number of industrial areas, which are still functioning today, making the Mitcham district one of the biggest manufacturing sites in London.
Mitcham means 'large settlement' in Old English, and there is evidence that it has been colonized since the Celtic period. The Romans had forts and a population living in the area, and there are both Roman and Saxon graves in the district. The River Wandle is a popular site for these burials, which are now in the British Museum and Mitcham is also associated with the Battle of Merton, where Ethelred of Wessex was killed or seriously injured. Despite this continuous settlement, like most of the area not directly under the influence of the City of London Mitcham remained a rural farming community until the eighteenth century.
Mitcham was a popular location for nobles looking for easy access to the Monarch in London, and during the reign of Elizabeth I her friends and servants often lived in the district. Both Walter Raleigh and John Donne had homes in the area, which was prized for its 'good' air, mostly caused by the large amount of Lavender being grown in the area. During times of plague, when people believed that bad air was spreading the disease, people came to live in Mitcham. During industrialisation Mitcham became a town, and local farmers gave money to build charitable works.
Although Mitcham grew again during the industrial era, it is true that the district was never well-served by the railway system, and it has rural links to lavender and peppermint growing until the nineteenth century. Its association with lavender continues to this day, in its Coat of Arms and the naming of local council wards such as Lavender Field. Despite being regularly bombed during the second world war, there are still some interesting buildings which tourists might like to visit, such as the Vestry Hall, home to Wandle Industrial Museum, and Elm lodge, which was built during the Regency period and is still standing.
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.