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NathanDavidson
Member Since: July 2, 2018
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Nathan John Davidson is a man who enjoys the fact that each day is different from the last! He has lived with his loving family in the Newcastle area since he was a young boy, having moved from another part of New South Wales. He has good memories of the area, including having gone to the Newcastle Grammar School for senior years and the Newcastle University where he earned his Bachelor's degree in business.

Nathan then moved on to working in the construction industry where he started his own company that was slowly nurtured and grown for the last 15 years. Being a business owner was a good fit for him and he was able to do pretty well in the industry. But having stumbled upon the Super Easy Storage business system and finding out more about the way that our self storage solutions work, he has decided to open up a franchise with us and open the first Super Easy Storage facility right in his very own hometown!

Super Easy Storage Newcastle has a special service to offer their residents, besides self storage, and that's an integrated loading service that will change the way that you thought self storage was supposed to happen! Our storage solution is all about your convenience and ability to get everything settled through one company!

When it comes to moving your items to self storage, you don't have to worry any longer about having to contact a 3rd party transporter to ship your items from your location to the facility because we've included that service inside our basic services! Super Easy Storage has a fleet of vehicles that are ready to bring the self storage pod directly to your home or office.

Right from the minute that we get your mobile storage pod ready from our facilities, the pod and your items will be solely entrusted to our employees. That means, no middleman will handle your items, we won't have to worry about any unnecessary handling and your items are accounted for throughout the entire length of its journey back to our storage warehouse!

Our employees are well trained with the Australian Furniture Removalists Association to handle all sorts of situations and equipment that will facilitate your move. Whether it's bringing weird and off-shaped furniture through the house or bundling items with padding while they are being fitted in your storage unit, you can trust us to give your items the best of care both while loading and while in storage! We know just what to do to make sure that your items are safe throughout the journey!

With Super Easy Storage, you'll have all you need for storage and so much more! All you need to do is give us a call and let our consultants help you get planning for moving day. We can work out a rate for you at no charge and no obligations while you get things in order!



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