Furniture Storage

Furniture Storeage

There are times when you need to store your furniture. It could be to declutter ready for a house sale, in between house moves, or inheriting a deceased estate. Either way, it pays to think twice before storing your valuable furniture items in the garage or the shed.

Wooden furniture and soft furnishings can easily fade, warp and start to grow mould if they are not stored in a well ventilated, waterproofed area. This is where a self storage facility becomes your best option.

Tips before you store:-

  • plan the amount of storage you will need, how will you stack and store?

  • Wrap and cover your items with blankets or sheets to protect them from scratches and marks when moving and storing.

  • Pop a couple of moth balls and a freshener disc in with your soft furnishings to prevent moth eaten holes and a musty smell.

  • Look for a storage facility with flexible options on rental time and sizing.

Get out and visit your local self storage facility! Gone are the days of dark, drafty lockups and gruff storage facility staff. These days storage is state of that art! Larger, professional self storage facilities sometimes also help you move your items by arriving at your home with a furniture trailer, helping you load and pack and move for free!

properly. It’s cheaper than you think and will prevent the loss of treasured items.

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Protect your valuable furniture by storing it
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Gavin Koorey
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We provide Furniture storage facility during shifting or inheriting a deceased estate with high security.

Furniture Storage

Gavin Koorey

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Gavin Koorey

Director at Hills Self Storage
Gavin has been a Owner/Director of Hills Self Storage since they began operations in Galston in 2001.

He has been actively involved in the Hills Community over this time. He is a Director and former Chairman of Galston Financial Services, a franchise of the Bendigo & Adelaide Bank. He has been heavily involved in the Hills Hawks Football club as a Coach, Manager, Committee member and Player.

Through Hills Self Storage he has always supported many local community groups, schools and sporting groups through financial or storage space donations.

In 2013 he received the Ben Swane Business Service to Community Award from Dural Rotary Club.