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51 William Street Caloundra 4551
Monday to Friday: 8:30am – 5:00pm 
Saturday: 8:30am – 12:30pm
Phone: (07) 5491 3564

Storage Manager Kurt

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    The affordable self storage near Caloundra that Guardian Self Storage offers is extremely competitive. Storing your goods with Guardian Self Storage is easy, thanks to the lack of upfront administration fees. In addition, we have no lock-in contracts, which means it's entirely pain-free to store your belongings in our facilities.

    Local's Choice For Self Storage In Caloundra

    Keeping our storage sites clean and pest free is something that we take care to do on a regular basis. Our onsite manager is always happy to ensure your storage requirements are being met.

    Self Storage Nearby Caloundra

    As part of the Guardian Self Storage system, Caloundra Self Storage is now one of the numerous sites managed by our team. Caloundra is now benefiting from a Guardian Self Storage facility, the leading providers of storage in Queensland and Northern New South Wales.

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    • Pin code access for our William Street and Lynne Street facilities, and padlock access to our Allen Street and Gregor Street facilities

    • Daily manager security walkthroughs and 24/7 CCTV recording

    • Ground floor facility with units ranging from 0.7m x 1.5m (1.1m2) to 3m x 6m (18m2)

    • Onsite manager

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    As long as we have space, you can move in without delay. Our friendly team is always ready to help you with any of your needs regarding storage in Caloundra- just give us a call today.

    Self storage provides an invaluable service to private citizens, allowing them to find safe and secure storage for their belongings externally to their home and property. It can be hard, though, to understand just how much self storage benefits businesses, as businesses can access a much more dizzying array of benefits when compared to private citizens. Fortunately, thanks to the amount of time Guardian Self Storage, the number one team for Caloundra self storage, has been working with businesses, we can help any newcomwer comprehend exactly what benefits they can gain from self storage. Get in touch with our team via our enquiry form to make a start finding the right storage solution for your needs.

    Self storage services offer a wide array of advantages to business clients. As storage facilities are secure, off-site, and centralised, they can provide a convenient storage location for any business that needs to store archived business records. There are some self storage facilities, such as the facilities operated by Guardian Self Storage, they can help business achieve a cheap warehous solution by offering managed warehouse functionality for business customers. With expanded capacities for storing inventory, supplies, and stock, your business will be able to achieve a higher turn-over in the same time period. By not advertising the location of your storage shed to the public, you can also further protect your stock and inventory from the risk of theft or damage. When businesses choose to use self storage, they can benefit from the service in a wide range of ways.

    Storing your bedding and clothes in vacuum-sealed bags can help save space in your storage unit. Not everyone, however, is aware of whether or not mould is able to grow inside of a vacuum-sealed bag. Thankfully, the preferred team for Caloundra self storage, Guardian Self Storage, understands vacuum-sealing well, and we can outline all of the relevant risks. Learn more about our storage options by getting in touch with your friendly local storage team via our enquiry form.

    The growth of mould is possible inside of vacuum-sealed bags, as vacuum-sealers cannot entirely remove the oxygen present inside of them. No mould can grow in an absolute vacuum, as the oxygen required for the survival of the microorganism responsible is not present. With that said, though, most vacuum-sealers on the market will leave behind roughly 0.5% of the oxygen originally present in the bag, which is enough to continue to enable the growth of mould. It is possible, but not practical, to burn a candle inside the bag while using the vacuum-sealer, which will burn away the remaining atmosphere; however, it will also burn your items. 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. Ensuring your items aren’t moist when you seal them and then airing them regularly is an excellent way to make sure that mould does not grow inside of your vacuum-sealed bags.

    Pillows and bedding can be hard to effectively pack into a storage unit, thanks to their unusual shapes and sizes. Because of this, some people become tempted by the idea of vacuum-sealing these irregular items, but that’s usually not the best solution. Thankfully, the resident experts on self storage Caloundra, Guardian Self Storage, know all about how to best store your belongings, including when vacuum-sealing is suitable. Learn more about our storage options by getting in touch with your friendly local storage team via our enquiry form.

    Bedding and pillows, especially those made out of feathers, are prone to being damaged by being stored in vacuum-sealed bags. Any feathers present in these items will have their quills broken by the vacuum, and you’ll be left with lump and uncomfortable duvets and pillows. Generally speaking, once you have vacuum-sealed everything that you safely can and you cannot fit your bedding into storage, the best solution is to simply purchase additional storage space. Ensure that your bedding is as clean and flat as it possibly can be, and then make sure that you are folding it effectively before placing it into storage. Vacuum-sealed bags are inconvenient to open and reseal, but it is important that your bedding is aired regularly during storage. When you store bedding, especially bedding made out of feathers, in a vacuum-sealed bag, you risk damaging your items.

    Vacuum-sealing your items can make it much easier to fit everything neatly into your storage unit. While it can make it easier to store traditionally hard-to-store items, such as pillows, sheets, and clothes, using a vacuum-sealer on your items isn’t always the right choice, though. Luckily, the preferred team for Caloundra self storage, Guardian Self Storage, is able to help you work out exactly when a vacuum-sealer is and isn’t right for you. Complete our enquiry form to learn everything you need to know about the storage options offered by your local storage team.

    In specific cases, vacuum-sealing is the wrong choice, particularly if the item is going into storage for an extended period. Leaving materials like fabrics and cloth in a vacuum-sealed bag deprives the fibres in these materials of the air they need to retain their natural structure, and damage can arise as early as one month later. Being deprived of that air can cause the materials to start to warp and crease, and that damage can quickly become irreparable. As the normal operation of some items, such as sleeping bags, fluffy coats, and insulated jackets requires that they contain air, vacuum-sealing these items is also inherently dangerous, and a bad idea. You should also never leave leather in a vacuum-sealed bag, as the vacuum-sealing will cause the material to begin to wrinkle and crack. 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.

    Vacuum-sealing your items before storage can be beneficial, as it protects your items from oxygen, but it isn’t always the best option. Luckily, the team here at Guardian Self Storage, the number one choice for self storage Caloundra, understand exactly when you should vacuum seal your items. Complete our enquiry form to learn everything you need to know about the storage options offered by your local storage team.

    Vacuum-sealing your items can help save space, but it is only best to do so for short-term storage. You can maximise the space available inside of your storage unit by vacuum-sealing clothes, bedding, and other hard-to-fold items, so that they may be stored as space-efficiently as possible. When they are left in vacuum-sealed bags for too long, fabrics will become damaged, if not ruined, as the fibres in the fabric will become compressed due to the lack of atmosphere. Air-tight storage containers provide a better long-term solution for space-effective long-term storage for clothes, bedding, and other fabrics. Do not attempt to vacuum-seal large and bulky items or anything that won’t benefit from vacuum-sealing, such as office supplies or antique furniture.

    The clothes in your home are typically kept in comfortable conditions, which means most people never experience the irritation of pulling a shirt out of the closet only to find mould has grown on it. Despite that, though, it is still possible for mould to grow on clothes, and some customers can find themselves concerned about what will happen to their clothes when they are left in storage. Luckily, the preferred choice for self storage Caloundra, Guardian Self Storage, can help ease your mould-related concerns. 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.

    It is usually a simple process to protect clothes in storage from mould. Extremely humid and moist environments are required to allow mould to grow at a high rate. As a result, all you need to do to keep your items free of mould is make sure they are both dry and clean. The simplest solution to the growth of mould on clothes, then, is to give them a thorough wash and then properly dring them before they are stored away. Only place articles of clothing into storage boxes if they are dry – you can inspect each article thoroughly when you are folding them to put away. 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.

    A good storage facility should be as secure as possible. That security may become inconvenient, though, if only facility staff can open the storage units. Luckily, the number one team for self storage in Caloundra, Guardian Self Storage, understands how to retain the full safety benefits of a lock while also allowing customers easy access to their unit. Complete our enquiry form to learn everything you need to know about the storage options offered by your local storage team.

    To secure their storage units, all Guardian Self Storage customers must purchase their own lock. Our team normally recommends customers purchase either a combination lock or a padlock, either lock will meet your security requirements comfortably. Should you lose your key or your combination, a locksmith, with some effort, will be able to remove both of these locks. In most cases, our staff cannot access your unit, as the keys and combinations are the customer’s responsibility. With that said, though, business customers may choose to utilise a managed storage unit, though, can negotiate access with our staff to do so. In our storage facilities, all storage units are locked by the client, not our team.

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