England-Based Access Self Storage Launches Valet-Storage Service in London

England-based Access Self Storage, which operates more than 50 facilities throughout the United Kingdom, has added valet-storage service in the Greater London area. Called “Box Storage For Me,” the offering provides an online platform through which customers can schedule an initial delivery of storage bins, item pickup for storage, and then return delivery of bins to their location when needed, according to the company website.

England-based Access Self Storage, which operates more than 50 facilities throughout the United Kingdom, has added valet-storage service in the Greater London area. Called “Box Storage For Me,” the offering provides an online platform through which customers can schedule an initial delivery of storage bins, item pickup for storage, and then return delivery of bins to their location when needed, according to the company website.

Pricing begins at £3.12 per bin per month, with the best rates available based on the number of bins stored and duration of storage. Bins are stored at an Access facility in London, which is monitored by closed-circuit television. Customers aren’t permitted to visit the storage location, according to the website. Instead, when they need their stored items, they can schedule their delivery online. The return delivery fee is £5 per bin but can drop as low as £3 based on the number of bins in storage and length of stay. The company requires three working days for deliveries.

Customers must use Access-provided bins, which are affixed with individual tracking codes and tamper-proof seals. The company accepts oversized items that won’t fit inside bins but asks customers to package them if possible.

Valet-storage service is available to business and residential customers. Additional services offered by Access include document management, flexible office space, mailboxes and vehicle parking. Package delivery and receiving is available through DHL.

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