Chester Storage Centre Boost

January 15, 2014

Storage Boost Self Storage owned by brothers Nick and Andy Wood have recently acquired Chester Self Storage on Sealand Industrial Estate from Lowes of Chester.

The self storage centre next to Tesco on Hartford Way has hundreds of units from the size of a washing machine to a tennis court for households and businesses to rent for a day, month or many years.

“Chester Self Storage is in a great location close to the City Centre to provide local storage services for the households and businesses of Chester.  We are more than just a storage centre, being a family owned business we pride ourselves on giving a service larger companies cannot rival" says Nick Wood.

Storage Boost was established in 2005 by the Brothers with their first site in Crewe and second in Stafford.   The company has assisted thousands of households and local businesses with space from £5 per week.  It plans to develop Chester Self Storage by building two hundreds new storage units ideal for somebody in the city decluttering their home or starting a new business.

Lowes of Chester will continue to operate from the building on Hartford Way, being Chester's premier removals firm and one of the cities oldest companies.