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NathanDavidson
Member Since: July 2, 2018
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A local homegrown business, Supercheap Storage is happy to have home grown Australians join our ever growing family! The latest franchisee to join our team is Nathan John Davidson who can definitely bring you on a few tours around the city; Nathan is probably able to recommend you the best restaurants and bars in Newcastle as well including the Reserve Wine Bar, Bocados, Coal & Cedar and a few choice Japanese restaurants where he spends his free time catching up with some friends. too!

Even in his spare time, Nathan enjoys running along the water and coast lines to wind down from a hectic week at work and that definitely adds to his knowledge of scenic locales in Newcastle. As well as fishing and sailing, he enjoys snowboarding and skiing when he can and even joining several running events over the year to test and push himself to the limit!

Pushing himself to the limit is second nature and testament to that is Nathan's success with the business he ran before he moved over to Supercheap Storage. He used to run a booming construction company before making the decision to take on the franchise with Supercheap Storage.

And starting out in a new business in the self storage industry will be easy with us because of our spreading reputation as the cheapest and most affordable quality self storage service provider in Australia.

With Supercheap Storage Newcastle, you will be receiving a convenient self storage service that will change the way that you store your items! Our business model is centred on the ease and simplicity of transporting your items into storage with our mobile storage modules. When you call us up, we'll arrange to deliver your personal storage module during 1 of our 3 delivery slots - early morning between 7:00AM to 8:00AM, mid morning 9:00AM to 12:00NN, or afternoon from 1:00PM to 5:00PM.

Choose between our premium or our basic plans which will help you to manage your budget when you're storing with us. The difference between the 2 plans is defined by whether you need some extra help when our storage modules arrive - you have the option of choosing whether you need our removalists to lend you some assistance to load it up or you can handle things on your own too!

But the best part of our Newcastle Hunter Valley storage packages is that when you need to retrieve your items and move out of the facility, the process to recover your items can be made just as easy as the day you moved in! All you have to do is fix a slot for us to come by, and we'll bring your self storage pod right back to your address, wherever you may need us to go!

Or you can choose to go it alone too and opt to deliver and transport things yourself if you don't have a lot of things to handle. Whatever your choice may be, Supercheap Storage Newcastle Central Coast  will make self storage possible for you at your budget and convenience!



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