Renting Storage Units

Renting storage units for your stuff while moving house or office

There are many reasons why we might need to rent a storage unit. They are perfect for both short a long term storage.

Short term storage is perfect if you need a safe and secure place for your households belongings if you are moving house but are unable to move in straight away, and need to stay with friends or family for a couple of weeks. Or perhaps you are moving interstate and need somewhere to store your belongings while you find yourself a new home and get yourself set up. Many home relocation specialists offer both short and long term storage requirements, making this option an easy one stop shop.

Longer Term storage is suitable for those who have decided to pack up and travel the world, but no not wish to sell their personal belongings. This is great when you decide to return as there is no need to then buy everything you need, you just simply get it all out of storage and you are ready to go. Or maybe you have an amazing career or education opportunity overseas or in another city but plan on returning. But if you don't simply ask your relocation specialists to send it all to your new location.

Maybe you simply have too much stuff! Maybe you like to shop too much or have simply moved into a smaller residence and do not wish to part with your beloved furnishings or antiques that do not quite fit into your new home. Or your garage or shed has overflowed and you need somewhere to safely store your old classic motorbike.

Storage units are a fantastic way to safely and securely store your personal belongings. Specialist storage unit providers will usually provide 24 hour security reducing any worries you may have about the safety of your belongings. It is possible to pay in advance for the required time if you require long term, and weekly or monthly for shorter terms. Be sure to always read the fine print when signing a lease agreement. Check both your own contents insurance with your provider and also theirs. It's also a good idea to give a trusted friend family member the details and/or copies or agreements, keys, passwords and codes should anything happen while you are out of town.