Porterstore is excited to announce the grand opening of its innovative self-storage centre in the heart of Adlington, Lancashire, officially opened on Thursday, 14th December by celebrated professional boxer and Chorley native, Jack Catterall.
Nestled in the bustling heart of Adlington Central Business Park, this new 45,000 sq ft facility marks an exciting expansion for Porterstore. The centre, located on the site of a historic steelworks, neighbours the soon-to-open Lidl supermarket, adding to the area's vibrant commercial landscape.
Celebrating 50 years of excellence in the removals and storage industry, Andrew Porter Limited, the parent company of Porterstore, is proud to present this state-of-the-art facility. The centre boasts 344 indoor self-storage units, ranging from a compact 15 sq ft to a spacious 200 sq ft, alongside 60 outdoor containers with convenient drive-up access.
Tim Aspey, managing director of Porterstore, commented: "The rising demand for quality self-storage solutions over the past five years has been remarkable. Adlington, with its dynamic community and excellent transport links, emerged as the perfect location for our new venture. We're excited to offer top-notch storage options for both personal and business needs."
The Adlington site, once a symbol of industrial might, has been transformed into a modern storage haven. Features include round-the-clock security, eco-friendly solar panels, electric vehicle charging points, and additional amenities like free parking, wifi, a meeting room, toilets, and a self-service kitchen. For added convenience, the facility is equipped with large passenger and goods lifts, and the team is on hand to assist with loading and unloading.
Our clientele already includes homeowners in the midst of moving or renovating, as well as various local business owners and retailers.
For more information about our new Adlington facility, visit www.porterstore.com