If you're after self storage in Wimbledon then ABC Selfstore is just the place. We've been offering storage for the Wimbledon area from our Wandsworth store located on Garratt Lane in London SW18 for over 19 years.
Space is expensive in Wimbledon like most of London and self storage is a cost effective solution to cluttered rooms. Whether you're a business with stock or lots of paperwork, a householder who is moving or decorating or just like a minimalist life, self storage might be the answer.
At ABC Selfstore you'll only pay for the days you stay and our customer service is second to none - so you're assured of a great deal too.
If you're a Self storage first timer the our 'Self Storage for beginners' page is the perfect place to start.
It's packed with advice to help you work out the size of unit you will need and other really helpful information so you can make the most of your extra space.
We also offer a FREE "Self Storage Explained" PDF for you to download!
You'll be an expert in no time and ready to make the most of our special offers and reserve your unit using our online booking system.
We've got really friendly staff too - so if you'd rather deal with real people freephone our Wandsworth store and they'll be thrilled to help.
ABC Selfstore's online booking system is designed to make it easy to get a price, check availability and book at any time with a minimum of fuss.
If you just want to check prices and availability at our Wandsworth store you can do that without having to provide any personal information.
We can also send you a quote by email - booking storage is easy
There's nothing to pay until you start storing and you can change your mind at no cost and with no fuss at any stage, so why not sort your storage now?
Our online prices come live from the store, so you can be assured of getting our best prices and deals online.
ABC Selfstore won't be beaten on price! Find out more about our Price Promise.
We often have units of the same size available at different prices; for example upper floor units are often cheaper than those on the ground floor.
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 in the South West of London SW19 & SW20, Wimbledon is well known as the home of the Wimbledon Tennis Tournament, although it also has a second popularity as the area of Wimbledon Common, home to the Wombles, and also one of the settings for Martian invasion in the War of the Worlds. The district is home to a number of sporting and recreational areas which make it a popular location for people during bank holidays and summer weekends.
The beginning of Wimbledon goes back to at least the middle of the iron age, when a hill fort on the Common was constructed. In later years, as part of the manor of Mortlake, Wimbledon traded hands many times, and large houses were built around the common. The village never really grew until the beginning of the industrial era, despite the activity of the wealthy, but in the eighteenth century it was one of the stopping places on the journey to London from Portsmouth and the Hampshire area. This stagecoach road became converted into a station, built slightly away from the rest of the village and encouraging further growth. The Duchess of Marlborough, who died in 1744, granted land the land to her grandson, the future first Earl Spencer. Wimbledon Park House was built in the Regency period by the Earls Spencer, but the common was left relatively untouched by these buildings and others.
At the beginning of the 20th century, the district became part of the Borough of Wimbledon, in the county of Surrey. Increasing residential expansion caused many older inhabitants of the district to move into neighbouring lands such as Morden. During the Second World War many parts of Wimbledon were damaged, and afterwards there was a great deal of renovation, with many larger houses being converted into flats, and council estates being built on parts of Wimbledon Park.
Although Wimbledon had been wealthy and heavily populated, its shops never competed significantly with the centres at Kingston, Richmond and Sutton. There were no large shops designed to bring in customers, and this lead to a large amount of decay in the town centre. In recent years, with the increasing popularity of the Wimbledon Tennis Championship, and other sporting events such as Wimbledon Football Club (AFC Wimbledon), the council has developed land near the High Street into The Centre Court shopping centre, designed to provide interesting shopping experiences for visitors to the district.
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.