We’re the largest self-storage provider in Europe. We have over 200 self-storage centres in 7 markets, helping people store their belongings – often at times of big life changes.
We have a wealth of self-storage experience.
1970 – We opened our first self-storage centre in the state of Washington, USA, to provide individuals and businesses with space in mini-warehouses to store belongings or archived documents.
2003 – We opened our first German self-storage centre in Mönchengladbach .
2006 – Shurgard began collaborating with Public Storage, the world’s largest owner and operator of self-storage facilities and a US Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT).
You’ll find us in many large cities in these 7 countries:
Our professionalism underpins everything we do. We live and breathe our values of service, security, reliability, convenience and cleanliness – to provide the best storage experience.
From helping you find the right unit, to supporting you on move days, to keeping your belongings safe and secure in store – our staff offer outstanding customer service
All our locations have surveillance and protection equipment plus strictly controlled access. Each customer has their own set of lock and key, plus a personal PIN code.
Find out more about security at Shurgard.
You’ll find Shurgard at 16 locations in or nearBerlin, Bonn, Düsseldorf, Essen, Hamburg, Köln, Krefeld, Mönchengladbach, Mülheim and Wuppertal. They’re always close to a main road and public transport and have free parking. Plus you can access your storage unit 7 days a week.
You can count on us. When you book online, we’ll hold the unit and the price for 30 days. And we’re one of the very few companies that show real-time unit availability and price online.
We are always ready to adapt to your needs. You are never tied to a rental period and it's easy to change between storage units too (and it's free do to so).
Our managers keep our stores in tip-top condition and insist on high standards of cleanliness to protect your possessions from damp, mould or infestations.