Storage Boost expands in Crewe

February 3, 2017

Storage Boost Self Storage has opened a brand new fifty thousand square foot facility in Crewe, Cheshire adjacent to its current facility on Weston Road.  The new site is located at the Railway Exchange, a converted Royal Mail sorting office adjacent to Crewe railway station and future HS2 hub. 


The location has been redeveloped by Andy Wood (Storage Boosts’ Managing Director) and will now comprise a railway training centre and a Starbucks drive through as well as the new Storage Boost.  Andy Wood commented: “It is great to see Storage Boost expanding in Crewe with a new facility at The Railway Exchange.  We are very proud of the service we have provided to homes and businesses in South Cheshire since 2005 and are delighted to be improving this for our customers.’
The new store will have five hundred storage units available from the size of ten square feet to three hundred square feet. It is equipped with the very latest security systems, individual unit alarms, goods lifts, trucks and trolleys.  The units can be rented on a short or long term basis and Storage Boost also provides a free Enterprise van hire to help customers move goods into their storage unit. 
About Storage Boost
Storage Boost was launched in 2005 by brothers Nick & Andy Wood, we have three modern drive in facilities in Crewe and Stafford and a team of storage experts who are passionate about great service and helping people.
Since 2005 we have helped thousands of homes and businesses with our storage units, workshops and office space.  Our customers range from students needing summer storage to large companies like Coca Cola who need space for their local reps, all of them benefitting from our flexible space from as little as £5 per week.