Sydney Mini Storage – Customer Storage Guidelines
Select the best storage unit
To enjoy the benefits of self-storage at Sydney Mini Storage, Alexandria, you should select the right size for your storage unit. Have a look at our Storage Size and Price Guide for storage guidelines.
Avoid paying too much by selecting the most appropriate unit size. Remember, the cost is related to the unit dimensions. Our staff will be happy to offer you guidance. Efficiently packing your belongings can help you with simple access, without the need to pay for a larger storage unit.
Read the rental agreement
We will ask that you sign a written storage agreement when you sign up.
We recommend that you read it thoroughly and understand it.
This will help you get an insight into how your stored items are protected, your responsibilities and those of Sydney Mini Storage. If you need help, ask our staff to explain the agreement.
We are more than happy to answer your queries. Do not sign until every question has been addressed.
Please inform us of any change in your contact details – home or business address, email address or phone numbers so we may be able to reach you when the need arises.
Insurance cover for your goods
Sydney Mini Storage offers the utmost care to keep your goods safe and secure while in storage.
It is, however, your ultimate responsibility to see to it that your stored items are insured. It is to your advantage if you get it covered with an adequate insurance policy.
Before you spend on a policy, it is recommended that you check first with your insurer if your current coverage includes goods held in a mini-storage facility. We can advise you about insurers that offer appropriate cover to protect your goods.
Know what you can’t store
You are responsible for the items in your storage unit. For the safety of your goods, as well as those of other users, it is important to know what you must not store.
This is to save your goods from deteriorating or from causing disasters like fire.
Make sure you will not store any of these:
- Live animals
- Perishables like food
- Materials that can cause explosions (explosive materials)
- Materials that can start a fire (combustible materials)
If you wish to store petrol engine machines such as lawnmowers, you should ensure that the fuel has been completely drained prior to storage.
To discover more about storage guidelines, you can visit Choice Magazine.