Access Self Storage says all items salvaged from the Byfleet fire site are damaged and very few have survived.
The company is looking to start reuniting customers with the belongings that could be recovered from 480 units.
However, bosses say due to the length and intensity of the fire, very few items have been recovered.
The cause of the fire at the site in Oyster Lane in May is still unknown and an investigation is ongoing by Surrey Fire and Rescue.
Statement from Access Self Storage Byfleet.
All items salvaged from the Byfleet fire site have been stored securely and catalogued, we have now begun the process to reunite customers with all salvaged goods.
Sadly, due to the length and intensity of the fire, very few items have survived, all of which are fire damaged. Notwithstanding these facts, we are committed to reuniting any items we can with their owners.
We have emailed all customers with information on the process for recovery and how to view the items. However, if you had storage at the site at the time of the fire and did not receive the email communication please do not hesitate to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
The cause of the fire is still unknown as the investigation is still ongoing by the Surrey Fire and Rescue Service.