At Shurgard we try to make things as easy as possible for you, and that also applies to the administrative side of renting a storage unit.
Below you can find a number of frequently asked questions about the contract, paying rent and how to cancel your contract.
No, you do not have to pay a deposit when renting a storage unit at Shurgard.
You can rent your storage unit for as short as one week. Just inform the manager at your Shurgard location about your planned move out date when you sign your contract.
As soon as the contract is signed you can store your belongings at Shurgard.
No, there is no maximum rental period. You can rent a storage unit for as short or as long as it suits you.
Our rental contracts can be cancelled anytime - there's a two week's notice period - so you don’t have to enter into a long-term contract.
Shurgard offers three convenient ways to pay:
The first payment for renting a storage unit can only be paid in advance using debit or credit card.
We accept debit (Visa Electron cards are in-store only) and credit cards (MasterCard and Visa). Unfortunately we are unable to accept American Express cards.
Yes, Shurgard charges a one-time administration fee of 15 €.
You only need to pay this fee once. If you are a returning customer, you don’t have to pay the administration fee again.
Yes, the price for your storage unit is VAT inclusive.
There is a 15 days notice period for cancelling your contract with Shurgard.
No, you don't have to rent the unit for a full month. It's totally up to you how long you want to rent the unit.
We have a 15 days' notice period so if you want to rent for a shorter period, please let the manager at your Shurgard location know when you sign your contract.
Notice must be given in writing – either by e-mail, post, or at your Shurgard location.
The notice must contain your name, your unit number and the date of cancellation.
You must ensure that your notice is received by us at least 15 days before your actual move out date.
Please make sure your unit is empty and swept clean. You also need to make sure that you have removed the lock.
If this is not the case, Shurgard retains the right to extend your rental contract.