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18 Sep 2012

Short on space in your high-rise apartment or business office? Austpac Self Storage’s Mike Myers has the solutions, and they are all easy.

“We are a more modern and thoughtful place to store your stuff,” Mr Myers said. “We make it easier to move in and out, and our friendly staff have lots of useful help and advice.”

Ease of access was a key factor in the design of Austpac’s new storage centre, which opened at 123-125 Montague St, South Melbourne, in April. Austpac also has a storage centre at 658 Church St, Richmond.  

“We chose this South Melbourne site because it is located perfectly for residents and businesses in Docklands, Southbank, and the CBD,” Mr Myers said.

He said “easiness” was the central theme to Austpac:   

“Easy storing – There are lots of different options and sizes, so you can get exactly the right amount of space you need. And if you ever want to move to another unit, we’ll make that easy too.

“Easy moving – To help you move your stuff into storage, we offer you a fully equipped moving van free of charge. Our vans have a low profile, so they are easy to load and drive, just like a normal sedan.

“Easy access – You have access to your storage unit 24/7 every day of the year. To make sure that every time you visit one of our centres it is an enjoyable experience we’ve added practical things like easy parking, big lifts, wide hallways, clear signage and bright lighting.”

Mr Myers said Austpac had “everything you need for easy packing”, such as boxes, tape, bubble wrap and portable wardrobes.

Austpac also leads the field in security.

“Your storage unit and possessions are protected by the most modern security system around, with 24-hour surveillance and access by an individual, computerized security code,” he said.

Mr Myers said Austpac was offering new customers 30 per cent off your storage fees for up to 12 months. The offer is available at both centres. Conditions apply. Call 1300 488788 or email Richmond@austpacselfstorage.com.au or sthmelb@austpacselfstorage.com.au

“If you know someone who may need storage then tell them to contact us and if they rent a unit with us for two months or longer, we will give you a $100 Myer/Coles group gift voucher for simply referring them to Austpac Self Storage Richmond or South Melbourne,” Mr Myers said.

Austpac Self Storage is at 123-125 Montague St (corner of Thistlewaite St), South Melbourne, call 1300 488 788, visit www.austpacselfstorage.com.au

Austpac, in South Melbourne, makes self storage easy.

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