Self-storage units are individual storage units that people or businesses can hire on a short or long term lease. They’re called self-storage units because they’re self managed and private. Only you can access your unit.
Basically when you hire a storage unit from us, you are paying us to provide you with a safe, secure, clean, dry and convenient storage space for your goods and possessions. We’ll keep them safe and secure for you for as long as you need.
At StorageNZ we pride ourselves on being the “cheapest in town” without skimping on quality.
Our units are charged monthy, based on the size of the unit. For the smallest unit (enough to store 1 – 2 rooms worth of stuff), it’s $35 per week.
For the middle size ( to store furniture for a 2-3 bedroom home) it’s $40 per week.
For the largest (equivalent to a single car garage), it’s $50 per week.
We use multiple forms of security to keep your goods safe, including
HDD Video Surveillance and CCTV, individually alarmed units, fully electrified fencing and 24/7 security company monitoring across all locations. There are things that you as a customer can also do to boost the security of your unit.
We strongly recommend it. Having insurance covers your belongings against accidental damage, bad weather and other unforeseen catastrophes, and means you can rest easier knowing your possessions are protected against every possibility.
We’ll soon be offering comprehensive rental insurance through Storage NZ, or you can get covered by the insurer of your choice.
Yes. If the unit is being used for your business, you can claim your storage unit rental on your tax return as a business expense.
If you’re unsure, we recommend consulting Inland Revenue.
If you’re not sure, the best thing to do is to get in touch with us for a quick, no obligation chat! We’re happy to work with you to find the storage unit to suit your needs the best – and you’re welcome to come and view available options.
Personal belongings such as furniture, clothing, sporting or gardening equipment, tools, appliances, books, photos, personal documents and files.
Business equipment such as furniture, retail stock, tools, archive files and documents, promo items, excess inventory.
Collections: e.g. wine; art; clothing
Vehicles: Cars, boats, motorbikes, trailers, campervans, kayaks
There are a few items that are a no-go for storage. Steer clear of:
You can store equipment that uses petrol or gas, such as a lawn mower or a barbecue, but you must ensure that they are clean and empty of fuel.