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Coomera Storage: Secure Self Storage - Storageland Pty. Ltd
Storageland’s clean modern Yatala self storage facility is just 10 minutes from Coomera along the M1
Pacific motorway. Make the trip you won’t be disappointed. We believe we have the best storage facility
in the area and our modern efficient facility means we won’t be beaten on price.
At Storageland we never ceased to be amazed at the wide
range of items we are asked to store. Certainly household
appliances are amongst the most common high value items
people store with us. Here are a few thoughts on how to
best store them so that they will be in tip top condition
when you retrieve them.
Refrigerators and Freezers
A refrigerator going in to self-storage needs to be emptied and then thoroughly cleaned inside. First
defrost the freezer. If it has an ice maker turn it off and be sure that any water is emptied from hoses.
Wipe the drawers and shelving and remove them. It is best to store and move them separately in a
clearly labeled box.
Make sure that the inside of your dryer is wiped down and
the lint filter is cleaned thoroughly. Vacuum it if necessary.
Stop the drum from spinning by putting towels, rags or the
like around it. This will prevent it from spinning and ensures
the appliance stays balanced while the dryer is being
moved. Once again tape the door closed.
Clean your washing machine by running a normal hot water wash cycle with some bleach added to the
water. Leave the door open and let the machine dry out completely. Be sure the water supply is off.
Remove the hoses at the tap connections then drain and dry them. The tub of the washing machine can
also be immobilized for easier moving with towels, rags, etc. Tape the door shut.
Some General Tips
Always unplug appliances before working on them or moving them.
All plugs, coiling, wiring, hoses, etc., should all be coiled and taped securely to the inside or outside
of the appliances, this avoids damaging plugs and leads and ensures they do not become a trip
hazard when you are moving them.
Many of the appliances will have dust on them. Vacuuming them first before washing them this
avoids making more of a mess than you have to.
If you have kept the original appliance box great! If not make sure any drawers or doors are taped
securely to avoid any mishaps while they’re being transported. Your appliances should be wrapped
in blankets or bubble wrap for extra protection. We have all the supplies you might need in our
Make sure to keep the owner manuals and instructions for large appliances in a clearly labeled box
to be found when the need for them arrives.
Think about how you move large appliances. They are often heavy and the weight is often unevenly
distributed. Think through your lifting, use trolleys where possible, do not strain and watch where
you place your hands to avoid cutting and trapping them.
Call Craig now to obtain further information. 3801 8040.
Corner Link & Darlington Drive,
Yatala, QLD 4207
Phone: 07 3801 8040
Unit Access: Daily 6am – 9pm
Sat & Sunday by appointment only