A: Most of our units are purpose built and engineer designed for furniture storage. Others are quality garages built by Versatile. Our shipping containers are good quality containers, not worn out dented ones.
A: We are at 240 Dyers Road for 8.30am to 5.00pm Monday-Friday.
A: Access is from 7.00am to 9.30pm 365 days of the year. The restriction in hours is part of our comprehensive security.
A: We’re approved by the major insurance companies. To be covered by your current insurance should just take a phone call to your insurer.
A: You lock the unit with your own padlock, so only people who have both your access card and your padlock key can access your unit.
A: Our security is second to none in Christchurch. All facilities are security fenced (front fence and gate at main Dyers Road site is electric after hours). Access is through an automatic gate by swipe card. Units are individually alarmed, and alarms are monitored 24/7. All sites have CCTV cameras, and we have regular after hours security patrols.
A: Most customers set up an A/P for their rent but you can give us an authority to charge your Credit or Visa debit card each month (this works well for customers who are overseas). If you’re old school, you can call into our office and EFTPOS, cash or cheque will be accepted.
A: One month. When you move in we’ll charge you a calendar month plus a $50.00 bond.
A: After the initial month you can pay weekly or fortnightly if that suits you. If you’d like to pay on a particular day, we can charge you a part month or week to move your bill day to the day that works for you.
A: Our trailers are free for our customers but must be booked. We have two 8 x 4ft cage trailers and two enclosed furniture trailers (one single axle and one double axle).
A: Yes. If we have the size you want available, you can upsize or downsize at any time.
A: Yes we sell removal cartons. We also have a selection of packing materials, mattress protectors, marker pens, craft knives and padlocks for sale at our office.
A: We have trolleys and sack barrows in our buildings (they must stay on site).
A: Our sites are designed so that furniture trucks can access them.