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

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

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    It is hard to find a more affordable self storage near Rockhampton than the options Guardian Self Storage is offering. There are no upfront administration fees at Guardian Self Storage, which makes storing your items extremely easy. Moreover, the absence of lock-in contracts only makes that process even easier than it already is.

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    Keeping our storage sites clean and pest free is something that we take care to do on a regular basis. You can expect your storage requirements to be individually addressed by our onsite manager to the best of their abilities.

    Self Storage Nearby Rockhampton

    A new member of our expansive network, Rockhampton Self Storage is now part of the Guardian Self Storage system. Rockhampton is now benefiting from a Guardian Self Storage facility, the leading providers of storage in Queensland and Northern New South Wales.


    • Convenient individual pin code access for customers

    • 24/7 CCTV cameras and daily security walkthroughs performed by the manager

    • 7 day access, 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

    • Ground floor facility with a wide range of storage sizes available, from 1.8m x 2.2m to 8m x 9m

    • Onsite manager

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    Immediate move-in is possible, subject to availability. During our business hours, get in touch with us for assistance with your storage needs in Rockhampton.

    Storing your private belongings safely and securely while keeping them external to your home or property is simple enough with a self storage unit. For businesses, though, the benefits self storage provides are even more expansive, and the scope of the available benefits can be hard to understand, at first. Thankfully, Guardian Self Storage, the preferred team for Rockhampton self storage, has been working with businesses for a long time, and we understand exactly how our service can be of use to you. Get in touch with our team via our enquiry form to make a start finding the right storage solution for your needs.

    Choosing to utilise a self storage service will allow business to benefit from the advantages offered by these services. Safely storing archived business files in a secure, off-site, and centralised location is exceptionally easy with a self storage unit. Business customers at Guardian Self Storage can even benefit from a managed warehouse unit, which can help you access a warehouse solution for your business at a lower price point. Storage capacity can be expanded when you need to manage inventory, stock, and supplies, which can help you process more business at any given moment. As a final benefit, the off-site storage of inventory and stock is an additional protection against theft, as in most cases, the location of your storage shed is not advertised. When businesses choose to use self storage, they can benefit from the service in a wide range of ways.

    You can save some space when you use vacuum-sealed bags to organise your storage unit and the items inside of it. Some people, though, are not sure as to whether or not these vacuum-sealed bags are prone to the growth of mould. Fortunately, here at Guardian Self Storage, we understand everything about Rockhampton self storage, and we can help outline the risks of vacuum-sealing. Learn more about our storage options by getting in touch with your friendly local storage team via our enquiry form.

    Vacuum-sealers aren’t entirely able to remove the oxygen from storage bags, enabling the growth of mould. Oxygen is necessary for the survival of the microorganism responsible for the growth of mould, which means that in an environment of an absolute vacuum, no mould can grow. The growth of mould in a vacuum-sealed bag is possible, though, as the majority of the vacuum-sealers available on the market will leave behind roughly 0.5% of the oxygen originally in the bag. Using a candle to remove that oxygen would prevent the growth of mould, but it would also damage and burn the items being stored in the bag at the same time. Instead, you could introduce an alternative atmosphere to the bag, such as one made of CO2, but that is also far too difficult for most people to actually do. Preventing mould from growing inside of your vacuum-sealed bags doesn’t need to be this difficult, however; simply air the items routinely, and ensure they are not moist when they are placed inside of the mag.

    Owing to the fact that these items typically take irregular shapes and sizes, making sure that bedding and pillows are effectively packed into a storage unit is usually an exceptionally difficult taks. As a result, it can be tempting to attempt to vacuum-seal them, but that isn’t always the best choice. Fortunately, the team here at Guardian Self Storage are experts in all matters related to self storage Rockhampton, and we can help you decide when it is best to vacuum-seal your belongings before you put them into storage. Learn more about our storage options by getting in touch with your friendly local storage team via our enquiry form.

    It can be dangerous to vacuum-seal your bedding and pillows before storage, particularly if feathers were used to construct those items. You’ll be left with a lumpy and uncomfortable pillow or duvet after the force of the vacuum breaks the quills of the feathers used inside of them. Purchasing additional storage space is typically the best solution to being unable to store your bedding inside of your storage unit, especially if you have already vacuum-sealed everything that it is safe to do so. Make sure that you bedding is clean before storage, and you can attempt to fold it more efficiently as a final effort to fit it into your storage unit. Airing your bedding regularly is also important during storage, which is a task that becomes much harder if the bedding is put into a vacuum-sealed bag. When you store bedding, especially bedding made out of feathers, in a vacuum-sealed bag, you risk damaging your items.

    Making sure all of your belongings fit into a storage unit can be made much simpler with the help of a vacuum-sealer. Lumpy, hard-to-store items, such as sheets, clothes, and pillows can be reduced to neat shapes and stacked easily, but that doesn’t mean a vacuum-sealer is always the best idea. Thankfully, the leading team for Rockhampton self storage, Guardian Self Storage, can help you understand exactly when you should consider using a vacuum-sealer for your items, and when it would be best not to. Complete our enquiry form to learn everything you need to know about the storage options offered by your local storage team.

    There are some items that should never be vacuum-sealed, particularly if you need to store them for a long time. Materials like cloth and fabrics contain fibres that require air to maintain their natural structure, and so leaving them in vacuum-sealed bags for more than a month at a time can quickly become quite damaging. Irreparable damage can be caused when the lack of air causes the materials to crease and warp. In a similar vein, any item that would normally be filled with air to operate correctly, such as sleeping bags, insulated jackets, and fluffy coats, should never be vacuum-sealed. Lastly, vacuum-sealing leather can cause the material to crack and wrinkle, so leather jackets and any similar items should also never be left in a vacuum-sealed bag. When you are storing your belongings, you should take care not to vacuum-seal certain items, particularly if you will be leaving them in storage for a long period.

    Though it can be beneficial upon occasion, it isn’t always the best choice to vacuum seal your items before placing them into storage. Fortunately, Guardian Self Storage understands when you should and shouldn’t vacuum seal your items, thanks to our experience in self storage Rockhampton. Each of our facilities managers would love to help you find the right storage solutions for your needs – complete our enquiry form today to get in touch with our team.

    Vacuum-sealing your items can help save space, but it is only best to do so for short-term storage. The space available inside of your unit can be maximised by way of vacuum-sealing bedding, clothes, and other hard-to-fold items. Fabrics can be damaged or ruined if they are left in vacuum-sealed bags for too long, as the lack of atmosphere inside of the bags can cause the fibres in the fabrics to compress. Instead, clothes, bedding, and all other fabrics that are being stored long-term would be better treated inside of an air-tight storage container. Anything that is larger and bulkier and that wouldn’t benefit from vacuum-sealing, such as antique furniture or office supplies, should not be vacuum-sealed.

    Because people typically keep their clothes at home in comfortable conditions, the misfortune of removing an article of clothing from the closet only to find it consumed by mould is only experienced by the unlucky few. The growth of mould can be a concern for clothes, though, which does lead some people to wonder mould can grow on clothes left in storage. Fortunately, the team here at Guardian Self Storage, the number one team for self storage Rockhampton, can help you ease your mind when it comes to mould. Our friendly storage teams would be more than happy to answer any storage questions you may have – to get started, fill out our enquiry form.

    Protecting your clothes in storage from mould is usually a simple process. To grow properly, mould needs an environment that is extremely humid and moist. As such, cleaning and drying all of your items is all you need to make sure that mould cannot grow on them. In the case of clothes, that means that before they are put into storage, they need to be washed and dryed thoroughly. Physically inspect each article of clothing as you fold them to put them away – only put them away if they are dry. Additionally, also make sure you put the boxes in a layout that allows air to flow freely, as this can also help prevent the growth of mould.

    Storage facilities value security as a core principle. While this typically means that a storage facility will employ cameras, gates, and locks, customers may find it inconvenient if only facility staff can open their units. Fortunately, here at Guardian Self Storage, the leading team for self storage in Rockhampton, we understand how to allow customers easy access to their storage units while retaining the full security benefits a lock can provide. Complete our enquiry form to learn everything you need to know about the storage options offered by your local storage team.

    It is important that all Guardian Self Storage customers supply their own lock. Your security needs will be met comfortably by either a padlock or combination lock, which is why they are the usual recommendations from our team. Both of these locks can also be removed by a locksmith, with some effort, if a customer should lose either their combination or their key, making them more convenient. Our staff typically do not have access to your unit, either, as security is further enhanced by allowing customers to remain solely responsible for their keys and combinations. Business customers, though, can negotiate access with our staff case-by-case to allow us to offer them a managed storage unit solution. In our storage facilities, all storage units are locked by the client, not our team.

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