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Simple. Book your storage and collection online or through the phone, your possessions are collected and stored in secure, climate controlled facility. We bring your them back when you need them. No hassle. No muscle.
Book your storage and collection online or through the phone.
Your items are stored in secure, climate controlled facility.
We bring your items back when you need them. No hassle.
Storage Units for Greenock locals
Self storage options for the beautiful town of Greenock have never been better. easyStorage will help you to get from your old place to your new one affordably and efficiently, thanks to our team of removal and storage experts.
With self storage units all around Scotland, you will never have to worry about your belongings. Our team of furniture storage geniuses will do all the heavy lifting for you. It doesn’t matter if you are in Greenock, Coatbridge, or Glenrothes, easyStorage is there to be your easy moving partner.
Greenock is a town in Scotland and an administrative centre for Inverclyde. It's located in the west-central Lowlands. Greenock now has a fantastic cheap self storage option in easyStorage, but what else makes this town buzz?
The small fishing village of Greenock is the site of the first dock on the River Clyde, dating back to 1711. Much of west Greenock takes on a Victorian vibe with stunning architecture. One of the most impressive sites in town is the 245-foot Victoria Tower from 1877, which remains incomplete. The old West Kirk, dating back to 1591, also features stained glass by famed artist Dante Gabriel Rosset.
In the past, The Fleming and Reid wool mill employed 500 people - primarily women - who spun and wove the wool at the mill. The mill was on Drumfrochar Road, near Mill Road.
The town of Greenock is the birthplace of Robert Burns, a famous Scottish poet. Much of his work is said to have been inspired by a love for a woman named Mary Campbell (Highland Mary). She died in the town and is buried in Greenock Cemetery.
Modern Greenock has much to offer, including boating. James Watt Dock Marina started development in 2011. The Marina now offers around 100 berths with finger pontoons for boats of all sizes, from 15ft to 200ft. Boaters can access excellent motorway and public transport connections as well as the best sailing waters, thanks to JWD Marina's unbeatable location.
The Marina was named after James Watt, a Greenock local and instrument maker and inventor whose steam engine contributed substantially to the Industrial Revolution. At The Mclean Museum & Art Gallery on Kelly Street, there is a permanent exhibition of his works and artefacts from Ancient Egypt.
What do the locals do? Battery Park is a relaxed spot for locals to hang out. The park overlooks the Argyll Mountain Range and provides joggers, dog walkers, kids, and parents with a peaceful place during the day.
Cafe Balfe is a family-run restaurant that has been serving locals for many years. It's popular with all ages and has an excellent location in the town centre on Blackhall Street. It's only 10 minutes away from James Watt Marina, so it's another local favourite.
It doesn’t matter if you live in Greenock, Airdrie or Stirling; easyStorage can help with removal and storage. We send a van to your doorstep to collect your goods, which are loaded into a secure easyPod and taken to our self storage units. Our prices are up to 50% cheaper than other self storage solutions in Greenock, or Scotland for that matter. That’s because we cut the frills. You only pay for the storage - the van and gas costs are on us.
For any questions about our cheap self storage prices or how we can help you with our convenient storage services, visit our website or call us.