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Guardian Self Storage Woolgoolga

5A Willis Road Woolgoolga NSW 2456

Monday to Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Phone: (02) 6654 9009

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What clients say about Guardian Storage Woolgoolga
Christine is a good communicator and she and her team are very helpful and efficient. The storage sheds were clean and tidy. Thank you so much for your assistance!
amanda howett 12 Jan 2022
Courteous service from helpful staff and a nice clean unit, thankyou. Appreciate the 24 hour surveillance.
   Guardian Storage reply logo Guardian Storage response: Thank you Fran B for your 5 star review and kind words. We are glad to be of service to you and that you chose to store with us.
Fran B 13 Aug 2021
Very happy with this company! Always kept very clean and very accessible when needed to store and move! Thanks!
   Guardian Storage reply logo Guardian Storage response: Thanks Sueanne for the 5 star review, at Guardian Self Storage Woolgoolga we appreciate it.
Sueanne Toms 14 Jul 2020
Beautiful dry storage unit with easy access and convenient trolleys to help by (un)loading my car.
Rudy 24 Mar 2020
Staff were great help when i rented a shed inbetween homes.
Cassie-Anne Bak 04 Jan 2020

Frequently Asked Questions
What Fits Inside Of A 3m x 6m Unit?

If you're planning on leaving your home for a while, there are all sorts of reasons that you might be trying to find somewhere to leave all of your belongings in the interim. You might be selling your house or allowing your lease to end, you might not want the items to be damaged or stolen, or you might be offering the home to friends or family in your absence. Whatever the reason, if you've got a big home to store, you might want to consider storing it in a 3m x 6m storage unit. Fortunately, no matter how much space you need, our team can always help you find a storage unit that is best suited for your requirements. If you have any other questions about storage units in Woolgoolga, don't hesitate to reach out to your friendly local Guardian Self Storage facility LINEBREAK.
At roughly the standard size of a single garage, there is a lot of storage space in the 3m x 6m units. These units can easily accommodate all of the furnishings and belongings of a 4-bedroom home, and depending on how extensively you've furnished your home, may even have some space to spare. If you're concerned about what the weather will do to a boat, a car, or even a caravan that's on the smaller side, you might instead choose to leave them in one of these units, undercover and away from the elements. If you wanted to do both, you might be able to squeeze in a small car and an apartment's worth of furniture into the same unit, or maybe a couple of motorbikes and the belongings from a 3-bedroom home. The large size of a 3m x 6m storage unit makes them excellent choices for anyone that needs to store quite a few belonings.

What Fits Inside Of A 2m x 3m Unit?

Moving all of your belongings in and out of storage in a hurry can be logistically difficult. Those difficulties only increase if you don't know what size you need your storage unit to be prior to moving in. Thankfully, if you've been considering a 2m x 3m unit, the resident experts on all things self storage in Woolgoolga, Guardian Self Storage, can help you work out exactly what will fit inside of that space. You can reach out to our stellar team if you've got any questions about storage.

A 2m x 3m unit is an excellent choice for anyone that needs to store the contents of a small apartment or unit. While that might sound surprising, once you've packed all of your loose belongings into boxes and prepared your furniture to be stored as efficiently as possible, it's easy to see how you could fit everything from a small apartment into one of these units. Of course, instead, you might want to pack away everything from a single large bedroom, including a king-size bed and an entire wardrobe, which would also fit into a unit of this size. Any business owners may instead like to note that a 2m x 3m unit has capacity for about 200 archival boxes, which can be a great start for the record storage for your business. If you've got a small apartment's worth of belongings that you need to be stored, a 2m x 3m storage unit is a fantastic option.

How Do You Stop Clothes From Being Ruined In Storage?

When you leave your belongings in storage, you do so trusting that they will be returned to you in the same condition as when you left them. However, when it comes to clothing, minor errors during the storage process can quickly spiral out of control and will leave you with articles of clothing that are ruined, sometimes beyond repair. Fortunately, the resident experts in storage in Woolgoolga, Guardian Self Storage, can help you work out exactly how to store your clothes best to prevent disaster. If you've got any other questions to answer, your local Guardian Self Storage facility can easily help you find an answer.

Protecting anything you leave in storage is as simple as taking the appropriate precautions, and the same can be said of your clothes. Before you leave your clothes in storage, it's incredibly important that you clean them properly. Clothes interact with lots of objects every day, including dirt, smoke, and food, and if these things are left to seep into your clothes during a six-month stay in storage, they might not ever come back out. Making sure the clothes are dry is also critical, though, as any damp clothes will be targeted by mold and mildew, which will likely destroy the clothes entirely. Any long-term clothes storage should be done in plastic bins, as the protection they offer is significantly greater than that of cardboard, though they are also more expensive. Your clothes will be perfectly safe in long-term storage, provided you've taken the correct precautions.

Will A Business Function When Opertaing Exclusively From A Storage Unit?

Considering how cheap they are, storage units seem like they would be an excellent option for any small business owner that might be struggling to afford the rent for a commercial office, workshop, or storefront. Sadly, though, the legislation around operating businesses from storage units can quickly become a hindrance for business owners, and it's best that you understand exactly what you can and cannot do before you make your business entirely dependant on a storage unit. Thankfully, Guardian Self Storage would be more than happy to answer any questions you might have about operating your business from a storage unit in Woolgoolga. To answer any other questions you have, just reach out to the superb team at your local facility.

While it is legal to utilise a storage unit during the operation of your business, you'll still need an office or storefront. Due to the purpose-orientated design of a storage unit, these spaces aren't able to meet the minimum standards for long-term occupancy as put forward by the government, which means they also legally can't be used as an office space or storefront. Even if it were legal, most storage units do not have access to running water, electricity, or natural light, which can severely limit the comfort and effectiveness of staff. If you're just looking to upscale your physical inventory without needing to pay the higher fees of a bigger office or storefront, though, then self-storage is an excellent choice for you. The cheaper rent of a storage unit lends itself superbly for individuals in industries such as publishing, retail, or the arts. Before you try to save money by moving your business into a storage unit, you may wish to consider how the legal implications may affect you.

Are There Items That Cannot Be Left In A Storage Unit?

Nobody likes being left without space at home, but that doesn't mean all of your belongings are going to be suitable for a storage facility. Fortunately, with our expert knowledge of storage in Woolgoolga, Guardian Self Storage can help you work out what you can bring with you to our facilities, and what might be better left behind. To answer any question you might have regarding storage, you can reach out to your friendly, local Guardian Self Storage facility.
A brief discussion with staff or the employment of some common sense is all you typically need to work out if something shouldn't be left in a storage facility. For instance, while a couch may be slightly flammable, anything extremely flammable or combustible, such as petrol or oil, is a liability, and cannot be stored. Similarly, chemicals such as paint thinner, kerosene, or chlorine bleach that passively give off fumes can't be put into storage because they may react with each other, so if you need to store any cleaning chemicals, you should check with the facility staff first. Stolen goods are definitely not allowed, if not just for moral reasons, then also because of the legal trouble they can present for the storage facility, and likewise for any weapons, ammunition, or explosive devices. Pests and bugs alike will be attracted to any live plants you leave in your unit, so you're not able to leave any flora in your storage unit lest it becomes a problem for any neighbouring tenants. Much like plants, wet items will encourage the growth of both mold and mildew, so if you need to store something that is chronically wet, such as canoes, rafts, or surfboards, then it's important that you make sure they're entirely dry before leaving them with us. The friendly staff of your local storage facility would be more than happy to help you work out what you can and cannot store.

Can You Sleep In A Storage Unit?

If you've seen the housing market lately, you've probably thought, however briefly, about other housing solutions. Considering how much cheaper renting self-storage units can be than a house, you might be considering staying at a self-storage facility, but that isn't a good idea. Fortunately, Guardian Self Storage, the resident experts in all matters related to storage in Woolgoolga, can explain all the reasons you'd want to avoid staying in such a unit. Should you find yourself with any questions regarding self-storage, you should reach out to your local Guardian Self Storage facility.

Self-storage units are fantastic for your belongings and can seem quite comfortable, but they'd provide a terrible quality of life for anyone staying there permanently. Importantly, before any consideration of comfort can be made, it is critical to remember that living in a storage unit is typically illegal, and can bring legal problems upon both you and the storage company in question. Most storage units are insulated from the outside environment, both the heat and the cold, but the sealed nature of the unit can leave the air feeling stale pretty quickly. Because running water and electricity can present a hazard while not being monitored, you normally won't be able to reliably access these utilities in a storage unit, so you'll need to think about where you will source food, showers, and access to a toilet. Finally, staying in a storage unit is a severe fire hazard, as the units are not designed or built for long-term occupation. Nobody should sleep in a storage unit under any circumstances, because it is not only illegal, but also substantially uncomfortable.

How Hot Do Storage Units Get?

There may be some heat against the door if the storage unit is a driveway unit, however the items inside will actually be at a reasonable temperature. There are built-in airflow openings between the wall and roof to help regulate the temperature.
This is not the case for 'container storage' as they are sealed and attract condensation.
When talking fluctuating temperatures it is important to ensure hazardous materials like petrol, gas bottles and containers with poisonous gasses are kept out of storage units.
For more information on how best to pack certain items visit the 'Packing Tips' page on the Guardian Self Storage website.

Do Storage Units Get Robbed?

Storage units at Guardian Self Storage rarely get robbed. This is due to the maintained state-of-the-art security systems that we have in place. So, you can be rest assured that your belongings are safe and secure. There is a unique PIN code provided to each customer to access their storage unit and all storage units are closely monitored by security and camera systems. If you live around Woolgoolga and need a quote on a storage unit, contact your closest Guardian Self Storage facility today.

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