Self storage that works for you
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 in Reading
Reading’s self storage options just got a whole lot simpler thanks to easyStorage. Do you hate the hassle of transporting your precious possessions to and from self storage facilities? Let easyStorage bring the container right to your door. easyStorage is based in the UK and available nationwide. Their services are readily available in Reading, Slough, and Basingstoke. easyStorage values efficiency, transparency, and trust. There are no hidden costs. You get more value for the best prices, at 50% less than traditional self storage.
Set a date, and the easyStorage team will arrive at your doorstep with their easyPod storage unit. They will then load your items into the pod for you and lock the unit with a security seal. When you are ready for your items to be returned, easyStorage will deliver them for you too. easyStorage can accommodate all your self storage needs, no matter where you live in Reading.
Are you new in town and need to store some things to get settled? easyStorage can help, giving you more time to get acquainted with your new home. Moving and storage should be the last thing on your mind when you’re taking in the sights and delights of Reading.
Reading is the largest town in England. It is found at the confluence of the Thames and Kennet Rivers. Reading is easily accessible from London, either via the M4 or by taking a direct train from Paddington Station to Reading Train Station.
To explore the town, history lovers can start at the Reading Museum in Blagrave Street. The museum boasts the Victorian version of the Bayeux Tapestry. This 230-foot artwork is a rendition of the Battle of Hastings and the events leading up to it. The museum is located in the Reading Town Hall. Its main entrance is close to the Blagrave Street bus stop, with the Reading Station bus stop a few minutes away.
Another must-see is the Maiwand Lion in Forbury Gardens. This beast towers 33 feet high in the middle of the gardens. It was created in memory of the 329 men of the 66th Berkshire Regiment of Foot that died during the Battle of Maiwand in 1880.
Be sure to visit Greyfriars Church on Friar Street as well. This is the oldest Franciscan church still used for worship in the UK. It houses the most intact site of Franciscan architecture in England.
As a resident, you can also make the best of warm summer weather by taking your kayak or canoe out onto the Kennet and Avon Canal. This is a good way to explore the villages alongside the canal.
During winter, storing your paddling equipment in the garden shed comes with risks. Besides possible damage, you might find some many-legged friends have moved in! Prevent this by rather making use of easyStorage’s easyPods, which are clean and dry. At easyStorage, you can store any items up to 2.25m in length.
After a day out on the town or the canal, you may be looking for a place to eat. For fine dining, make your way to Caprice Restaurant at the Crowne Plaza Reading East hotel. You can access it via the M4, Junction 10. Situated on Wharfedale Road, this 2AA Rosette holder offers views of the River Loddon.
Or you may be in the mood for something more whimsical? Board Whittington’s Tea Barge on the Thames in Caversham for contemporary decor and traditional British cuisine. You will find it in Hill’s Meadows on George Street. And a craving for cocktails and Southeast Asian cooking will lead you to the Coconut Bar & Kitchen in St Mary’s Butts.
Perhaps you are planning to open a restaurant here yourself? A 2020 report by the digital transformation specialist Atos rated Reading as the best place to start and grow a business in the UK. If this is your aspiration, let easyStorage help you achieve your dream. Whether it’s furniture storage while you renovate or holding onto excess stock when you’re out of space, easyStorage is here for you. easyStorage’s flexible pricing solutions are perfect if you need to get rid of clutter in your store.
Whatever your situation, easyStorage has a storage solution.
In August, crowds flock to Reading for the annual Reading Festival, held at The Arena on Richfield Avenue. It’s known for featuring megastars like Post Malone, Foo Fighters, and Twenty One Pilots. The streets are usually abuzz with activity, day and night, for the entire weekend.
But perhaps this is not your scene? Consider renting out your property to concert-goers. Removing your personal items from your rental property calls for speed in this situation. Other self storage services will require you to bring your belongings to their facilities. easyStorage will load your personal effects into an easyPod at your premises. At easyStorage, your items can be stored for a minimum of one month.
Or perhaps you’re a student at the University of Reading, returning home to another town for the summer. Use easyStorage to stash some of your belongings at flexible rates that will suit a student’s budget. This way, you can enjoy quality time with your family, secure in the knowledge that your possessions are safe.
Do you have questions about self storage in Reading, Slough, or Basingstoke? The friendly easyStorage team will talk you through the flexible options. Get in touch with them today!