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Looking for a secure self storage Newrybar option? Guardian Self Storage Ballina is near Newrybar.

Address: 33 Smith Drive West Ballina NSW 2478
Opening hours:
Monday to Friday: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday: 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Phone: (02) 6686 8340

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Storage units near Newrybar is what you're looking for to put an end to your storage problems. There's always space for all of your belongings when you've got a storage unit just around the corner.
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Everyone has their own reason for needing self storage in Newrybar. Maybe you need to store some extra belongings that don't fit into your home, or you've just bought a new car that you don't want to leave on your lawn forever.
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Your storage problems could be solved with something as simple as storage units near Newrybar Thanks to the careful layout of all of our facilities, you'll find that there's always a storage unit nearby when you need one.
There are plenty of reasons you might need a storage unit, but Guardian Self Storage will always be able to help.

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For cheap storage Newrybar, you will find our rates affordable and among the lowest around.
Providing the best storage possible is a high priority for our team here at Guardian Self Storage.
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Lewis Barton - 27 Apr 2022
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Staff are very friendly and made the whole process easy from initial contact. Very clean and well maintained facility,  I would happily use ... more
Sam Collings - 26 Apr 2022
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Rodney and the team at Guardian Self Storage offer a great facility with customer service to match. They have a wealth of knowledge of the i... more
Allan Lee - 19 Apr 2022
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We found ourselves in a tricky situation with our furniture in two different cities and our new home being built in Woolgoolga and the new h... more
   Conquer Termites reply logo Guardian Storage response: Thanks Allan for your 5 star review and kind words. Glad to have been able to be of service to you and that you received the 5 star service we pride ourselves on. Thank you for storing with us and we wish you the best in your new home :)
P 4113 - 12 Apr 2022
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The facilities are one of the best. Garry went out of his way to secure the storage I needed by coordinating with the previous tenant's. Exc... more
   Conquer Termites reply logo Guardian Storage response: Thanks P4113 for your 5 star review and kind words.  Glad to have been able to be of service to you and for you to have received the 5 star service we pride ourselves on.  Thank you for storing with us.



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Frequently Asked Questions about storage Newrybar
What Are The Available Unit Sizes?

There's no myster as to why everyone has different storage needs. The items from your spare room are probably going to need less space than the old, vintage truck that someone else might be trying to store. Fortunately, Guardian Self Storage, the leading expert in all self storage in Newrybar, has multiple unit sizes on offer, and we can help you work out which unit is best for you. You can find an answer for all of your self storage questions by reaching out to your nearest facility.

Thanks to our broad variety of storage units, everyone can find the space they need. Extra space is within reach for anyone looking for a small, affordable unit, as we have small selections that measure in at 1m x 1. 5m or 1m x 3m. A 2m x 3m or 3m x 3m unit is excellent for anyone who needs to find a decent amount of space for storing a small selection of business archives, or needs to find somewhere to back away a 2 bedroom apartment. 2 or 3 bedroom homes require more space, as do the archives of a large business, and in these cases, we can recommend a 3m x 4m or 3m x 5m unit that suits these needs well. You'll need drive-in access on a larger unit if you're trying to store a vehicle, such as trucks, boats, and cars. To accommodate these needs, we do offer drive-in units that measure 3m x 6m. Importantly, you should confirm what space is available at your nearest facility, as each facility can only offer storage units that aren't already occupied, and their occupancy levels change as time goes on.

Can I Do Anything To Best Store My Mattress?

As mattresses are quite large, storing one correctly is not always easy. For a mattress to be stored suitably, it must be covered, cleaned, and transported properly. Fortunately, the team here at Guardian Self Storage, the Newrybar self storage experts, can help you make sure your mattress has been stored properly. Call our friendly team with any self storage questions you have to find the answers you need.

Making sure your mattress is safe in storage requires some forthought. Start by airing out the mattress after cleaning it with a vacuum cleaner. Heavy plastic wraps can trap moisture and damage the mattress, though it can be safely wrapped using a soft, breathable plastic instead. Leaving the mattress on the roof of your car will expose it to both the weather and the wind, which can cause damage to it; instead, move it in a sealed van. The internal coils may settle out of place if the mattress is left standing, so make sure you leave it flat against the floor instead. Weight on top of the mattress can damage it over time, especially in long-term storage, so make sure there is nothing atop of it. With these preparatory steps, you can make sure that your mattress has been correctly stored.

Can Anything Go Into A Non-Climate-Controlled Storage Unit?

Storage units that aren't climate-controlled are typically cheaper than those that are, since they're common to find and easier to operate. Some items are suitable for storage in one of these units, and it can help keep costs down. Fortunately, if you need help working out what sort of items belong in a non-climate-controlled unit, Guardian Self Storage, the experts on Newrybar storage, can help. Answering your self storage questions is as easy as reaching out to your nearest facility.

Climate-controlled units are designed to protect against small flucations in temperature or humidity, which means that a non-climate-controlled unit is suited for items resistant to those changes. Antique vehicles should be stored in climate-controlled units, though all other boats, trucks, and cars will be safe in non-climated-controlled units. Dishes and tools are also suited for storage in a non-climate-controlled unit, and doing so may help save space in a more expensive unit. These units are also suitable for the storage of metal or plastic furniture, while all other furniture should be stored in a unit that does feature climate-control. It's entirely safe and very easy to also use a non-climate-controlled storage unit to store any items that would normally be left either outside of your home or in a shed, like equipment for your yard.

Can I Protect My Memborabilia While It Is In Storage?

Understandably, it can be a little emotionally difficult to leave items in storage that have sentimental value to you, and you'll want to do everything you can to make sure they're safe. Regardless of how fragile your items may be, though, you can rest easy knowing they're safe with Guardian Self Storage, the leading option for self storage in Newrybar. You can reach out to your nearest Guardian Self Storage facility for help answering any self storage question you might have.

All you need to do to keep your memorabilia safe in storage is take the right precautions first. Any moisture that sets in at night can be kept away from your items by wrapping them with butchers paper before leaving them in storage. Some items can be vulnerable to damage during transportation, but this is easily mitigated with a thick layer of bubble-wrap. Glass panes are common in pieces of art and picture frames, though they can be easily shattered when the item is being moved; fortunately, corrugated cardboard can be used to reinforce the pane and prevent all damage. There are expandable cardboard boxes available to apply the same protections to both large picture frames and TVs, where a sheet of corrugated cardboard alone may be insufficient. While wine bottles may be extremely prone to damage during transportation when stored incorrectly, you can use wine-cartoon inserts to properly pack these bottles into cardboard boxes, preventing damaging when they are being moved. There are no threats of damage to your valuable items in storage, so long as you've taken the right precautions first.

How Are Electronics Best Stored?

While they are normally quite expensive, electronics are also extremely delicate. When it comes time to leave your electronics in storage, then, it's easy to see why you might be a little concerned about how safe they might be. Fortunately, Guardian Self Storage, the number one option for self storage in Newrybar, can help you better prepare your electronics to make sure they are stored safely. Finding an answer to your self storage questions is as easy as reaching out to your nearest storage facility and asking our friendly staff for help.

Storage is safe for electronics, so long as the correct preparations are made. As time goes on, both lithium and alkaline batteries will degrade, which makes them the hardest and most difficult electronic component to store safely. Removing these batteries from your electronics and storing them seperaterly, though, is all you need to do to make sure they are stored safely. Storage drives are more likely to fail while in use as compared to in storage, which means storing your electronics might even be safer for them. In rare cases, though, these drives do still fail, so make sure you create backups for all of the data on your mobile device, laptop, or desktop computer. The right precautions makes storing electronics an incredibly simple affair.

Is There A Best Way To Protect My Furniture In Storage?

With the average cost of furniture being so high, it's easy to understand how it might be the most expensive asset you own in your house. As a result, its easy to see why ou would want to do what you can to protect your furniture when you place it into storage. Fortunately, as the experts in self storage in Newrybar, Guardian Self Storage can help you work out how best to prepare your furniture for storage. If you have any questions about self storage, reach out to your nearest friendly facility and they would be more than happy to answer them.

It's easy to store furniture so long as you prepare it properly. As furniture can occupy quite a bit of space, it may be best to sell some items rather than storing everything. Dust, dirt, and other containiments can cause damage to your furniture over time, so once you know which items you'll store, they should be properly cleaned. Any large items should be taken apart so they can be stored in a more compact manner and they will be less likely to damage the rest of your furniture during storage. Cover every item with a sheet or blanket to provide protection from dust, and add extra padding around the corners and any weak spots to make sure the items will be safe during transportation. Your furniture is now ready to be safely left in storage while you are away.

How Are Boats Best Stored?

It's hard to claim that a boat is a minor investment, regardless of if you think of it from a practical sense or a fiscal sense. The physical size of a boat can make it difficult to find a space large enough to store them properly in your home, but simply leaving them exposed to the elements is negligent of their value. Fortunately, with Guardian Self Storage and our experts on storage in Newrybar, not only can you store your boat, you can do so knowing that you've done everything necessary to keep it safe. Your nearest Guardian Self Storage team will be more than happy to answer any storage questions you have.

Keeping your boat safe from damage in storage could be as simple as taking some precautionary steps. Anything that could create an odour over time needs to be removed from the interior of the boat, including moisture, bait, and fishing buckets. All the salt and debris stuck to the outside of the boat needs to be removed with fresh water, so that you can effectively apply a coat of boat protector to the hull. The engines in cars and boats are similar, so much like when you place a car into storage, make sure the boat's oil and coolant have both been replaced, the tank has been left full of petrol, and the batter has been disconnected and stored properly. Lastly, the elements themselves can still prove damaging, so regardless of where you're leaving the boat, make sure it's always underneath a boat cover. Taking the right precautions makes storing your boat easy.

Are There Any Best Practices Related To Storing Trucks?

Properly storing trucks can prove difficult in some circumstances, thanks to their large size. For help storing your truck, you can rely on Guardian Self Storage, the premier choice for all storage in Newrybar. To answer any questions you might have about storage, feel free to reach out to your nearest Guardian Self Storage facility, and our friendly staff will be happy to help.

There are differences between storing trucks and cars, though most of the best practices can be quite similar. The tyres of a truck are at a higher risk of damage during storage due to the larger size of the vehicle, and both rust and leaks are more prominent as well. Preventing rusting can be as simple as making sure no moisture is allowed to build up inside of the truck by replacing all of the fluids with fresh products. As the truck will be left in storage for a decent period, any leaks can quickly spiral out of control, so you should check the fuel lines and gaskets for leaks before you leave the truck. Leave any truck that will be put into storage for more than a month suspended on jacks, and apply tyre protectant to all of the tyres. Lastly, fogging oil can help decrease the risk of corrosion from appearing during storage - simply apply some to your engine before leaving the truck. Leaving a truck in storage may sound complicated, but there are a few simple things you can do to keep it safe.


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