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Looking for a secure self storage Gailes option? Guardian Self Storage Redbank Plains is near Gailes.

Address: 205 Kruger Parade, Redbank Plains QLD 4301
Opening hours:
Monday to Friday: 8:30am - 5:00pm
Saturday: 8:30am - 1:00pm
Sunday: Closed
Phone: (07) 3333 2906

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Your storage problems can be solved with our storage units near Gailes 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.
It could be any of many things that ultimately drive you to needing a storage unit, but you can rest easy knowing that Guardian Self Storage will be there to meet your storage needs when they arise.

Self storage in Gailes might be something you need for many reasons. Some people find themselves needing to make use of a spare bedroom that is filled with clutter, and others find themselves with a new project car that they can't fit onto their property.
Whatever you need, Guardian Self Storage can help.

Your storage problems could be solved with something as simple as storage units near Gailes 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.
It can be hard to predict what might drive you to needing a storage unit, but you can rest easy knowing that Guardian Self Storage will be there to meet your storage needs.

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You will find our rates super competitive if you are looking for cheap storage Gailes.
We work hard every day to make sure we here at Guardian Self Storage are able to offer our customers the best storage possible.
With units this affordable it will be easy to decide to store with us, and you can rest easy knowing that your possessions are safe.

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Our facilities have storage sheds of all shapes and sizes, which means there'll usually be a suitable solution for everyone.

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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 :)
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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 Gailes
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. When you don't know how to distinguish between the two, though, it can be difficult to determine which items belong in insulated units. Thankfully, making the right choice is easy with Guardian Self Storage, the number one providers of storage Gailes. To answer any of your self storage questions, get in touch with your nearest facility and our friendly staff would be happy to help.

All items that could become damaged if left outside on your back patio should be stored in a unit with insulation. The minor variations in temperature and humidity that are present in non-climate-controlled units can be harmful to some extremely delicate items, but thankfully, these dangers can be mitigated by the presence of insulation, particularly if the unit is protected from the elements. 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. Paperwork and clothing are similarly best suited for an insulated storage unit, as non-climate-controlled units can cause damage to these belongings. Physical media also requires controlled conditions, which means the right choice is an insulated storage unit. When the items you are storing may be vulnerable to fluctuations in ambient conditions, then the only safe choice is to store them in an insulated storage unit.

How Big Are The Available Units?

It's easy to understand 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. Luckily, Guardian Self Storage offers multiple unit sizes for Gailes self storage, and we can help you work out which will work best for you. Find an answer to any storage question you have by reaching out to your nearest facility.

Our fantastic range of units will make sure there is space for everyone. Small units are excellent for anyone seeking out just a little extra space, and these units generally measure in at 1m x1. 5m or 1m x 3m. There are also 2m x 3m and 3m x 3m units available for anyone who needs anything a little bigger, which are normally excellent for packing away 2 bedroom apartments or finding a permenant storage solutions for business archives. Units measuring in at 3m x 4m and 3m x 5m are best suited for storing the archives of a larger business, or a 2-3 bedroom home. Storing a vehicle of any sort, be it a car, truck, or boat, typically requires a larger unit, and they also need to offer drive-in access. To accommodate these needs, we do offer drive-in units that measure 3m x 6m. You'll need to contact your nearest facility and confirm what space they have available, though, as all of our facilities can only offer the space they have available at any given moment of time, which changes throughout the year.

How Can I Store My Mattress Best?

Storing a mattress can be rather complicated thanks to its incredible size. For a mattress to be stored suitably, it must be covered, cleaned, and transported properly. Luckily, if you need help working out how to properly store a mattress, you can rely on Guardian Self Storage, the local choice for all Gailes self storage. If you have any self storage questions, you can reach out to your nearest facility to have our friendly staff give you the answer you need. Making sure your mattress is safe in storage requires some forthought. First, make sure that your mattress has been cleaned and aired out correctly, typically accomplished with a vacuum cleaner. 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. Wind and weather can damage your mattress, so when it comes time to move it, do so in a van, not the roof of your car. It is important that the mattress is left flat on the floor so that none of the coils will settle out of place. Lastly, there should be nothing left atop the mattress, particularly if you plan to leave it in storage long-term, as the pressure will damage it. By taking these measures, your mattress can be stored appropriately.

Which Items Are Best Suited For A Non-Climate-Controlled Unit?

Non-climate-controlled storage units are quite common, and are typically cheaper than climate-controlled options. Some items are suitable for storage in one of these units, and it can help keep costs down. Luckily, Guardian Self Storage, the leading choice for Gailes self storage, can help you work out sort of storage will be best suited for your items. If you've got any storage questions, you can reach out to our friendly team for help.

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. Trucks, boats, and cars are all suited for storage in one of these units, though antique vehicles may be better off placed in a climate-controlled unit instead. 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. Any plastic or metal furniture can also be stored in non-climate-controlled units, but it's best if you use a climate-controlled storage unit for any other furniture. Any items that you would usually store in a shed or outside of your home, such as equipment for your lawn, can also be easily and safely stored in any storage unit that doesn't have climate control.

Are There Steps I Can Take To Make Sure My Memborabilia Has Been Stored Properly?

When you're storing items that are valuable to you, you'll probably want to do everything you can to keep them 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 Gailes. Finding answers to your self storage questions is as simple as reaching out to your local Guardian Self Storage facility.

When storing valuable memorabilia, the right preparation can help make sure your belongings stay safe. Before you start packing your items into containers, wrap them with butchers paper to help keep out any moisture during the night. A tight layer of bubble-wrap can also help protect your items from any damage they would have otherwise sustained during transportation. 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. TVs and larger picture frames are treated similarly, though they are instead placed inside of expandable cardboard boxes due to their size. During transportation, wine bottles are particularly sensitive and can be easily shattered, but thankfully, you can use a wine-cartoon insert on a cardboard box to help provide extra stability and prevent damage. With the right preparation, any item of value to you can be securely stored without the fear of damage.

What Are The Best Practices For Storing Electronics?

Electronics can be delicate pieces of equipment, despite how expensive they can also be. 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. Luckily, making sure your electronics are safely stored is easy with Guardian Self Storage and our expert advice for self storage in Gailes. Reach out to your nearest facility with any storage questions you have, and our staff will be able to find you the answers you need.

So long as your electronics are stored properly, they should remain perfectly safe. Lithium and alkaline batteries will degrade as time goes on, making them the most delicate part of your electronics to store. Removing these batteries from your electronics and storing them seperaterly, though, is all you need to do to make sure they are stored safely. Both hard drives and solid-state storage drives are less likely to fail while not in use, which means storage may even be the safer option for them. Before storage, however, it is still best to make sure you create backups of all the important data stored on your laptop, computer, or mobile device, as these drives can still fail in rare cases. With the right preparation, storage for your electronics can be safe and easy.

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. As a result, its easy to see why you would want to do what you can to protect your furniture when you place it into storage. Protecting your items in storage is simple with Guardian Self Storage, the premier choice for self storage in Gailes. Our team can make it easy to answer any of your storage questions; just get in touch with your nearest facility. It's easy to store furniture so long as you prepare it properly. Before you start moving your items into storage, you will need to remember that furniture takes up quite a bit of space, so you will need to carefully consider which pieces to store and which to sell. 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. Afterwards, you should disassemble all of the larger items to make the most out of your storage space and decrease the chance they will cause damage when they are being transported. Now that your items are ready, you just need to pack them for transport by covering everything with a sheet or blanket and adding extra padding around rough corners. You can now leave your furniture in storage, confident that it will all be stored safely.

How Do I Store A Boat Best?

Boats are not small investments, in both a fiscal and practical 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. Luckily, safely storing your boat is easy with Guardian Self Storage, the resident experts on all matters related to storage in Gailes. Should you have any questions about storage, your local Guardian Self Storage facility would be more than happy to help.

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. Bait, moisture, and fishing buckets all need to be removed as the first step, as well as anything else that may create an odour over time. 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. Disconnecting the battery, leaving the tank full of petrol, and replacing all the oil and coolant can also be beneficial, much like with storing a car. Using a boat cover, you can protect the boat from the elements regardless of whether it is being left indoors or underneath a hardstand. With the right preventative measures, you can safely store your boat with ease.


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