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Looking for a secure self storage Port Curtis option? Guardian Self Storage Rockhampton is near Port Curtis.

Address: 284 Alexandra Street, North Rockhampton 4701
Opening hours:
Monday to Friday: 8:30am - 5:00pm
Saturday: 8:30am - 12:30pm
Phone: (07) 4921 3229

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Any storage problems you have will be easily solved with some storage units near Port Curtis. There's always space for all of your belongings when you've got a storage unit just around the corner.
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Self storage in Port Curtis might be something you need for many reasons. It might be that you've just bought a new car that is starting to feel the effects of the weather on your lawn, or maybe you need to empty out the spare bedroom so that someone can stay there.
Guardian Self Storage can help, no matter what you need.

Your storage problems could be solved with something as simple as storage units near Port Curtis There's always space for all of your belongings when you've got a storage unit just around the corner.
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If you are looking for cheap storage Port Curtis you will find our rates very reasonable.
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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 Port Curtis
Are There Units Available In The Size I Need?

There's no myster as to why everyone has different storage needs. Someone wanting to store an old, vintage truck will need a bigger unit than those just trying to find a home for the items from their spare room. Fortunately, Guardian Self Storage, the leading expert in all self storage in Port Curtis, has multiple unit sizes on offer, and we can help you work out which unit is best for you. Your nearest facility can help you answer any self storage questions pestering you.

There is space for everyone in our wide range of storage units. 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. Storing a small amount of business archives safely or packing away a 2 bedroom apartment typically requires a little extra space, which may necessitate our 2m x 3m and 3m x 3m units. 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. 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. If you do have need of such a space, we can offer a 3m x 6m unit that will suit your requirements. Critically, all of your facilities offer different units at different times of year, so if you have need for some storage space, the best thing you can do is reach out to your nearest facility.

What Are The Best Practices For Storing A Mattress?

As mattresses are quite large, storing one correctly is not always easy. Each mattress needs to be cleaned, covered, and transported correctly to make sure it is properly stored. Fortunately, the team here at Guardian Self Storage, the Port Curtis self storage experts, can help you make sure your mattress has been stored properly. Finding the answers you need for your self storage questions is as easy as reaching out to your friendly team.

There is a bit of preparation to do if you're looking for the best results when you leave your mattress in storage. Start by airing out the mattress after cleaning it 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. 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.

Can Non-Climate-Controlled Storage Units Store Anything?

Storage units that aren't climate-controlled are typically cheaper than those that are, since they're common to find and easier to operate. To ensure your storage unit remains cost-effective, you may choose to opt for one of these units for certain types of items. Fortunately, if you need help working out what sort of items belong in a non-climate-controlled unit, Guardian Self Storage, the experts on Port Curtis storage, can help. Our friendly team can help you find an answer to any self storage questions you might have.

Any item resistant to minor changes in humidity or temperature are well suited for storage in a non-climate controlled unit. Antique vehicles should be stored in climate-controlled units, though all other boats, trucks, and cars will be safe in non-climated-controlled units. Likewise, tools and dishes are well-suited for these storage units, and can help save space in a more expensive unit best used for other items. While most furniture needs to be stored in a climate-controlled storage unit, you can store any furniture made of plastic or metal in a non-climate-controlled space. 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.

How Can I Best Store Memborabilia?

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. Luckily, Guardian Self Storage and our superb options for self storage in Port Curtis can help keep all of your belongings safe, no matter how fragile they may be. You can reach out to your nearest Guardian Self Storage facility for help answering any self storage question you might have.

Keeping your memorabilia safe in storage is as simple as taking the right precautions. Wrapping your items with butchers paper before packing them into containers can help keep the moisture out at night. Some items can be vulnerable to damage during transportation, but this is easily mitigated with a thick layer of bubble-wrap. If you're storing picture frames, pieces of art, or anything else with a glass insert, you may wish to use corrugated cardboard to help reinforce the glass pane. To accommodate the larger size of TVs and some extreme picture frames, expandable cardboard boxes are used. 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. 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?

While they are normally quite expensive, electronics are also extremely delicate. Consequently, you might feel worried about how safe your belongings will be when it comes time to leave them in storage. Fortunately, Guardian Self Storage, the number one option for self storage in Port Curtis, can help you better prepare your electronics to make sure they are stored safely. Our friendly staff would be happy to help you answer any other questions you have related to self storage.

Your electronics are safe in storage, provided they are stored properly. As time goes on, both lithium and alkaline batteries will degrade, which makes them the hardest and most difficult electronic component to store safely. Fortunately, keeping both types of battery safe is as simple as making sure you remove both from your electronics and storing them separately, so that even if they do fail during storage, your electronics will be safe. Sometimes, storage may even be safer for your items, especially when they are equipped with storage drives - both hard-disk drives and solid-state drives are more likely to fail while in use compared to when in storage. 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. With the right preparation, storage for your electronics can be safe and easy.

How Can I Best Store Furniture?

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. Consequently, it makes sense that you would want to do what you can to keep your furniture safe during storage. Fortunately, as the experts in self storage in Port Curtis, Guardian Self Storage can help you work out how best to prepare your furniture for storage. Your local team of storage experts would be more than happy to answer any particular storage questions you might have.

With the right preparation, storing any furniture is easy. As furniture can occupy quite a bit of space, it may be best to sell some items rather than storing everything. 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. 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.

Are There Best Practices For Storing A Boat?

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. It can feel unwise to leave them exposed to the elements due to their value, but due to their size, finding a suitable storage space is also difficult. Fortunately, with Guardian Self Storage and our experts on storage in Port Curtis, not only can you store your boat, you can do so knowing that you've done everything necessary to keep it safe. For any storage questions you have, you can turn to Guardian Self Storage.

There are a few easy things you can do before leaving your boat in storage to keep it safe from damage. Anything that could create an odour over time needs to be removed from the interior of the boat, including moisture, bait, and fishing buckets. You'll also want to clean the outside of the boat with fresh water to remove any salt or debris that has become attached to your hull, so that you may properly apply a coat of boat protector. Leaving the tank full of petrol, disconnecting the batter, and replacing all the oil and collant in the engine are all good ideas, just as they are when leaving a car in storage. 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. With the right preventative measures, you can safely store your boat with ease.

How Should Trucks Be Stored?

Properly storing trucks can prove difficult in some circumstances, thanks to their large size. You can turn to Guardian Self Storage, the number one experts in storage in Port Curtis, for help storing your truck. 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.

Storing a truck has some similarities to storing a car, but there are some distinctions to make. There is an increased risk of rust and leaks in trucks due to the increased size of the vehicle, and the tyres are also more likely to become damaged during storage. 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. Since the truck will be left untouched for quite some time, it's also imperative that you check the vehicle for any leaks, especially along the fuel lines and gaskets. You should always apply tyre protectant to your truck before leaving it in storage, though if it will be in storage for more than a month, it may be best to also remove the tyres and leave the truck suspended on jacks. Lastly, fogging oil can help decrease the risk of corrosion from appearing during storage - simply apply some to your engine before leaving the truck. If you're looking to leave a truck in storage, there are some simple things you can do to keep it safe.


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