Storage Sheds

Storage Sheds

Shed Sizes Available

  • 3 X 3 m $110 per month
  • 4.5 X 3m $130 per month
  • 5 X 3 m $140 per month
  • 6 X 3 m $150 per month

Inspection Welcome

24 hour electronic security
Key deposit $50(refundable when vacating if shed swept out and all rubbish removed)
Access everyday of the year 6am-9pm
6 & 12 month payment discounts available
You maintain total control over who is allowed to access the space (you supply your own padlock)
Security lighting/fencing

Suggestions for storing in various sized self storage spaces

3 x 3 m Generally suits a one-two bedroom flat/unit or small home

4.5 x 3 m Furniture and effects from a large two bedroom apartment or medium home

6 x 3 m Contents of an average three bedroom home with garage items

Needing more help working out which space you need?

www.selfstorage.com.au offer you a 'space calculator' which will help estimate how much storage space you might need. Just fill in the number of articles you wish to store and the calculator will do the rest.

What can't I store?

Common sense and laws set by government departments and authorities determine what can can't be stored. However, under your self storage agreement you can't store hazardous, dangerous, illegal, stolen, perishable, environmentally harmful goods or explosive goods.

Insurance

The goods you store in a self storage space are yours and remain your sole responsibility. You should always have them covered by insurance. Your goods are not insured by the self storage centre.

Appliances

Fridges, freezers and other white goods should be clean and dry before storing, with a deodoriser inside for freshness and the door slightly ajar. Stoves and other cooking equipment should be cleaned before storing. Avoid placing other items inside white goods. However, some goods can be stacked on top of fridges, freezers and stoves. Tools and other equipment should always be cleaned before storing.

Furniture

Cover mattresses and lounges with plastic covers. Empty wardrobes, drawers and cupboards to protect shelving and framework. Disassemble beds and tables (where possible) and wrap legs. Store tables and other fragile items on padding upside down on top of other solid sturdy items to protect their legs and structure. Vacuum upholstery clean before storing. Lightweight chairs can be stacked seat to seat, or no top of upturned tables. Use plastic covers to cover your furniture.Books should be packed flat, not on their spines, in small cartons so they're easily handled.

Hint: Using packing accessories like cartons, porta robes, paper, tape, bubble wrap, plastic covers and sheeting this will help protect your goods while they're
in storage.

Dishes and Glassware

Use a layer of packing at the top and bottom of cartons containing breakables. Individually wrap items in packing paper. Nest plates and cups and stand plates, platters, casseroles and saucers on their edges. Fill any gaps in the carton with scrunched paper or material to prevent movement. Label all cartons containing breakables, don't place heavy items on top of them.

Mirrors, Windows, Screens and Paintings

Protect these items with packing material like bubble wrap and store them on their edges.

Hint: Fill your cartons. Partly filled or bulging cartons can tip or collapse. Packing and labelling cartons room by room makes unpacking or finding items much easier.

Televisions, Video and Music Equipment

If you've kept the original boxes and packing materials, reuse them. Otherwise, bubble wrap items individually and store them in sealed cartons, remembering to fill all gaps with packing to protect and prevent movement. Secure turntables ad tone arms of record players to prevent damage and pack records and CD's on their edge.

Mowers and other machinery

Drain fuel and oil to reduce the risk of damage to other goods and avoid possible fuel hazard. Please place old carpet or cardboard under them.

Metal Items

Wrap silverware in non-acid tissue paper or store in plastic bags to reduce tarnishing. Wipe chrome and cast iron items in a cloth impregnated with a little machine oil to retard rust.

Battery-operated Toys and Appliances

We recommend removal of batteries to avoid damage from leaking acids.

Computers

Again, if you've kept the original boxes and packing materials we recommend you reuse them. However, bubble wrap and good quality cartons will also do the job. Remember to use packing material to line the top and bottom and to pack the gaps to protect the equipment and prevent movement. Most computers have 'self-parked heads', but if you're unsure about moving and storing your electrical equipment refer to the manufactures manual or consult your retailer, especially if storing for more than six months.