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Looking for a secure self storage Korora option? Guardian Self Storage Woolgoolga is near Korora.

Address: 5A Willis Road Woolgoolga NSW 2456
Opening hours:
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

Woolgoolga (Korora)

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Your storage problems can be solved with our storage units near Korora With a storage unit just around the corner, you'll always be able to find somewhere to put your belongings.
Whenever your storage needs may arise, Guardian Self Storage is always there to help.

There are quite a few reasons you might need self storage in Korora. Spare bedrooms become overfilled with clutter, lawns become choked with project cars, and homeowners ultimately need to find somewhere else to store their belongings.
We're happy to help you here at Guardian Self Storage with all of your storage needs.

Your storage problems could be solved with something as simple as storage units near Korora With a storage unit just around the corner, you'll always be able to find somewhere to put your belongings.
Whatever circumstances drive you to needing a storage unit, you can depend on Guardian Sel Storage to keep your belongings safe.

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If you are looking for cheap storage Korora you will find our rates very reasonable.
The highest priority for our team is always making sure that we provide the best storage experience we can for all of our customers.
Our storage sheds are very affordable, and you can enjoy the peace of mind that comes when your possessions are safely stowed.

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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 Korora
What Can Be Stored In An Insulated Unit?

While it can be tempting to leave all of your items in non-climate-controlled units, some things are best stored inside a unit that is well insulated and protected from the elements. Determining which items belong in such a unit can be difficult, though, if you aren't sure what to look for. Guardian Self Storage, the premier choice for storage Korora, can help you work out how an insulated unit may benefit you. If you have any other self storage questions, you can find an answer by checking our website or getting in touch with our friendly staff at your nearest facility.

Storage units with insulation are necessary for any item that would otherwise be damaged if exposed to the elements, such as when stored on your back patio. Insulation is able to protect your items from the natural minor variations in humidity and temperature that occur during the day, and these variances may prove dangerous for some incredibly fragile items. An insulated unit is a safe storage space for items such as antique wooden furniture or leather furniture, as these items are particularly vulnerable to changes in ambient conditions. Similarly, clothing and paperwork can become damaged if stored incorrectly in a non-climate-controlled unit, so it is usually easier and safer to store them in an insulated unit instead. You will also need an insulated storage unit for all types of physical media that you may be collecting. If you need to store items that may be vulnerable to variations in ambient conditions, then an insulated unit protected from the weather will be the right choice for you.

What Are The Available Unit Sizes?

It's easy to understand why everyone has different storage needs. If you need to find some extra storage space for all of the items in your spare room, you're going to need a much smaller unit than someone storing an old, vintage truck. There are multiple units on offer at Guardian Self Storage for all of your Korora self storage needs, and we can help you work out which will best suit your requirements. Get in touch with your nearest facility to find an answer for any storage question you might have.

Our fantastic range of units will make sure there is space for everyone. We have some small and affordable units great for anyone who needs just a little extra space, typically measuring 1m x 1. 5m or 1m x 3m. If you need something a bit bigger we have 2m x 3m and 3m x 3m units, typically used to pack a 2 bedroom apartment into storage or for storing business archives. 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. It is important to note, though, that each of our facilities have different units available at different times of the year, so you should contact your nearest facility to discuss how we can provide you with the space that you need.

Can I Do Anything To Best Store My Mattress?

Storing a mattress can be rather complicated thanks to its incredible size. To be stored properly, it needs to be cleaned, covered, and transported suitably. Guardian Self Storage, the number one choice for all self storage in Korora, can help you understand what you need to do to make sure your mattress has been properly stored. Our friendly team will be more than happy to answer any other self storage questions you might have, so feel free to contact your nearest facility. Ensuring the safety of your mattress in storage requires that you do some pre-planning. Begin with cleaning the mattress with a vacuum cleaner, and then allow it to air out correctly. Using a breathable plastic wrap, create an air-tight seal around the mattress, though you should avoid using any heavier plastics that will trap in moisture. When you're ready to move the mattress between your home and the storage unit, you should consider moving it in a van and not on the roof of your car, as both the wind and weather can cause damage. 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. Finally, make sure that there is nothing left on top of the mattress, especially for long-term storage, as this can cause damage to the mattress over time. Suitably storing your mattress in a manner that prevents damage is as simple as taking these steps.

What Can Be Stored In A Non-Climate-Controlled Unit?

Non-climate-controlled storage units are quite common, and are typically cheaper than climate-controlled options. These storage units are best used for certain types of items, which can make storage more cost-effective for some of your items. Working out what type of items belong in a non-climate-controlled unit is easy with Guardian Self Storage, the local choice for all self storage in Korora. You can reach out to your nearest friendly facility to help find the answer to any storage questions you might have.

A storage unit that isn't climate-controlled is typically best used for items that will be resistant to small changes in either temperature or humidity. Vehicles of most varieties, including cars, boats, and trucks are typically quite well-suited for non-climate-controlled units, though antique vehicles can prove to be an exception. A non-climate-controlled unit is suitable for dishes and tools as well, allowing you to save space in a climate-controlled unit. Furniture made of plastic or metal can also be stored in non-climate-controlled units, though all other furniture is likely best stored in a climate-controlled storage unit. 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?

When you're storing items that are valuable to you, you'll probably want to do everything you can to keep them safe. Fortunately, with Guardian Self Storage and our expert advice for self storage in Korora, you'll be able to keep anything safe while it's in storage, no matter how fragile it may be. Your local Guardian Self Storage facility can help you find the answer to any self storage question you could think to ask.

Keeping your memorabilia safe in storage is as simple as taking the right precautions. Before you start packing your items into containers, wrap them with butchers paper to help keep out any moisture during the night. You can then further wrap your belongings with bubble-wrap, to help prevent damage during transit. Picture frames, pieces of art, and any other items with glass inserts should be protected using corrugated cardboard, to make sure the glass pane is safe while it is in motion. Similarly, large picture frames and TVs are commonly placed into expandable cardboard boxes instead of regular cardboard boxes, to help account for their larger size. 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?

Electronics can be delicate pieces of equipment, despite how expensive they can also be. As a result, when it comes time to store electronic items, it can be easy to understand why you might feel concerned about how safe they will be in storage. Guaridan Self Storage, the leading resource for all things related to self storage in Korora, can help you learn the steps you need to take to make sure your electronics are safe in storage. To answer any self storage questions you have, you can reach out to your local storage facility and our friendly staff would be happy to help.

So long as your electronics are stored properly, they should remain perfectly safe. Any batteries that your electronics rely on will be the most delicate item to store, as both alkaline and lithium batteries are known to degrade over time. Safely storing batteries is still quite simple, though, as all you need to do is remove them from your electronics and store them separately. Storage can even help keep your items safe for longer, as hard drives and solid-state drives will be less likely to fail in storage when compared to their average failure rates in usage. 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.

What Are The Best Practices For Storing Furniture?

Furniture is typically quite costly, and it might even be the most expensive asset currently inside your home. Resultingly, when it comes time to store your furniture, it makes sense that you'd want to do everything you can to keep the furniture safe. Luckily, finding out what you need to do to protect your belongings is easy with the number one local choice for storage in Korora, Guardian Self Storage. Get in touch with your local Guardian Self Storage facility to answer any specific storage questions not covered on our website. Preparing furniture correctly can make it easy to leave it in storage. Because of the large amount of space furniture occupies, you may first need to decide whether or not you'd actually prefer to sell some of your items instead of trying to store them all. Once you know which items you'll be storing, you'll want to give them a thorough clean to remove dust, dirt, or anything else that could cause damage or stain over time. Next, you'll need to disassemble the larger pieces; doing so both maximises the available space in the unit and minimizes the likelihood that the items will be damaged during transport. 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. Once you've taken these steps, you can leave your furniture in storage confident that it'll be safe.

What Are The Best Practices For Storing A Boat?

Boats are not small investments, in both a fiscal and practical sense. As a result, leaving them exposed to the elements in your backyard can feel unwise, but it can also be difficult to find a storage space large enough to accommodate a boat. All storage in Korora is simple, though, with Guardian Self Storage and our expert team, even the storage of a boat. If you have any questions about storage, please don't hesitate to reach out to your local Guardian Self Storage facility.

Before you leave your boat in storage, there are a few things you'll want to do to save it from running afoul of damage. First, make sure to thoroughly clean the inside of the boat of anything that may create an odour over time, such as fishing buckets, baits, and moisture. The exterior of the boat needs to be properly cleaned with fresh water so that all of the salt and debris is removed from the hull to make way for a layer of boat protector. Much like with a car, you should also replace your oil and coolant, leave the tank full of petrol, and disconnect the battery. 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.


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