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Storage units near Rockyview 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.
There are plenty of reasons you need a storage unit, but Guardian Self Storage will always be able to help.

There are quite a few reasons you might need self storage in Rockyview. 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.
We're happy to help you here at Guardian Self Storage with all of your storage needs.

Storage units near Rockyview might be what you're looking for to put an end to your storage problems. With a storage unit just around the corner, you'll always be able to find somewhere to put your belongings.
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How Much Stuff Can A 3m x 6m Storage Unit Hold?

It's not unusual to want to find a storage solution for your belongings if you're going to be leaving home for quite some time. 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. Thankfully, our team can help you work out exactly what storage unit is best for your needs, no matter how much space you might require. Answering all of your questions about storage units in Rockyview is as simple as reaching out to the nearest Guardian Self Storage team.
You'll find there's a lot of space in a storage unit that measures in at 3m x 6m, since they're about the size of a standard single garage. All of the belongings and furnishings of a home with 4 bedrooms will easily fit into one of these units, and there's a very good chance you'd even have some space to spare. Units of this size can also help to keep your vehicles undercover and away from the damaging elements, including small caravans, boats, or cars. 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. If you've got quite a few belongings to store, a 3m x 6m storage unit may be the right choice for you.

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

There's no end to the logistical difficulties to trying to fit everything you own into a storage unit without adequate prior notice. 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 Rockyview, Guardian Self Storage, can help you work out exactly what will fit inside of that space. To find an answer to any questions about storage that you might have, you can get in touch with our friendly team.

For anyone that needs to store the contents of a unit or apartment that is on the small side, the 2m x 3m is an exceptional choice. Provided that your furniture is stored efficiently and your loose belongings are packed into boxes, it's easy to see how everything fits into such a cosy unit, even if that may not immediatlely seem obviously possible. You may choose to instead use this unit to store the contents of a bedroom, at which point you'd find you can comfortably fit a king-size bed, your entire wardrobe, and everything else you'd care to pack from your bedroom. Your business may instead choose to benefit from using the space for record storage, as a 2m x 3m unit can store approximately 200 archival boxes. 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?

You expect that any item you place into storage will remain in the same condition until you're ready to retrieve them again. 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 Rockyview, Guardian Self Storage, can help you work out exactly how to store your clothes best to prevent disaster. Should you find yourself with any other questions, the friendly team at your local Guardian Self Storage facility would be more than happy to help answer them.

There are precautions you can take to protect anything you leave in storage, including clothes. A thorough cleaning is the first measure you can take to protect your clothes, even before you've arrived at the storage unit. Cleaning your clothes now is the only way to remove sticky substances such as food, dirt, or smoke, which, if left to seep into your clothes for six months in storage, might not ever come out again. Any clothes that are stored while wet, though, will attract large amounts of mildew and mold which will result in you needing to just throw away the clothes, regardless of your attachment to any individual piece. 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. By taking the right steps now, you can make sure your clothes will be safe in long term storage.

Can You Operate Your Business Exclusively From A Storage Unit?

When you can't afford to maintain a commercial space for your business - whether that be a workshop, storefront, or office - because of the rent costs, the low cost of renting out a storage unit quickly becomes an attractive alternative. 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 Rockyview. If you have any other questions, feel free to reach out to our friendly team, who would be more than happy to help.

Even though storage units can be used during the course of business, you will still legally need an office or storefront of some description. It's illegal to use storage units as either office space or a storefront, since the purpose-orientated design of these properties fail to meet the minimum requirements for long-term occupancy as outlined by the government. Any staff that do work in these spaces, should it become legal to do so, will be extremely uncomfortable and have their effectiveness hampered, as storage units typically don't feature much natural light, and nor do they provide electricity or running water. There are situations where self-storage is an excellent choice for business use, however, such as when you require additional storage space but don't want to pay for larger offices or storefronts. The cheaper rent of a storage unit lends itself superbly for individuals in industries such as publishing, retail, or the arts. Legally, there are restrictions and requirements you should consider before you commit to moving your business into a storage unit.

Do Storage Units Accept Any Item?

Finding space for everything you own in your home can be quite difficult, but that doesn't mean all of your possessions will belong in a storage unit, either. Fortunately, with our expert knowledge of storage in Rockyview, 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.
When it comes to working out what you shouldn't leave in a storage facility, it's usually best to either employ some common sense or discuss it with the staff. Take petrol and oil as examples: both of these materials are highly flammable and cannot be stored in a storage facility, because while storing something that is only slightly flammable, such as a couch, is fine, storing highly flammable materials is a liability. There are a wide range of chemicals that can be just as dangerous, such as paint thinner, chlorine bleach, and kerosene, so you should speak to the storage staff first before leaving these materials in storage, as they may emit fumes that could react together while in storage. There are a variety of legal and moral issues with storing anything that has been stolen, as there are for the storage of weapons, ammunition, and explosive devices, so if you've stolen it or could potentially use to it to steal something else, it might be best left at home. Your neighbouring tenants won't appreciate the pests and bugs any live flora you leave in your storage unit will attract, so it's best that you avoid leaving any plants in your unit. 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. There is no complicated equation to working out what you can and cannot store in a storage facility: instead, all you need is a bit of common sense, or some time to have a quick chat with the amazing staff at your chosen facility.

Do Storage Units Provide A Place To Sleep?

If you've seen the housing market as it currently sits, it's highly likely that your mind has wandered into thinking about alternative housing solutions that don't involve paying such high prices. 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 Rockyview, can explain all the reasons you'd want to avoid staying in such a unit. To answer any question you have about storage, you should contact your friendly, local Guardian Self Storage team.

Anyone who chooses to stay at a self-storage facility would soon discover that while a storage unit can seem comfortable while you're quickly visting to deposit or withdraw your belongings, they are not designed to provide a high quality of life to permenant residents. Before one can begin to consider whether or not a storage unit would be comfortable, you must remember that sleeping in a storage unit is illegal more often than not, which means you could find yourself facing substantial legal trouble, as could the storage facility itself. The heavy insulation in a storage unit helps protect it from both heat and cold outside, but because that demands the unit to be relatively-effectively sealed, it won't be long before the air inside becomes quite stale. You won't have reliable access to a shower, a toilet, or a kitchen, since both running water and electricity are hazardous when left unattended which means access to either is not accounted for in most storage units. Finally, staying in a storage unit is a severe fire hazard, as the units are not designed or built for long-term occupation. If the illegality of sleeping in a storage unit isn't enough to automatically deter you, the experience is also utterly uncomfortable, entirely unsafe, and will be completely miserable, and no one, under any circumstances, should sleep in a storage unit.

Are Storage Units Hot?

In the heat of the day you might find that your storage unit door can get hot especially if it is a driveway unit, however the temperature inside will be OK. 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.
It is important to leave hazardous materials like petrol, gas bottles and containers holding poisonous gasses out of the storage units, as the varying temperature can escalate their danger.
For more information on how to prepare certain furniture items and how best to store them, visit the 'Packing Tips' page on the Guardian Self Storage website.

Can A Storage Unit Be Robbed?

There are rarely any robberies at the Guardian Self Storage units. 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. Each customer has their own unique PIN code to access their storage unit, plus security and camera systems are always closely monitored. If you live near Rockyview and require a quote on a storage unit, contact your closest Guardian Self Storage facility today.


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