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ThomasMaloney
Member Since: July 17, 2018
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As an inquisitive and hardworking man, Tom constantly found things to do that would help his career forward and that included focusing on sports - he holds a number of trophies in various outdoor activities such as tennis, rugby and skiing, as well as helping his family business in self-storage. His parents had decided to embark on a journey of their own when they decided to open a storage company in the Gold Coast. Being around the office and warehouses, Tom picked up a lot of tips and tricks and thought of starting something similar himself!

 

Fast forward a few years and you will find Tom doing just that at his own self storage outlet in Brisbane. He's jumped on the bandwagon and having licensed a franchise with Super Easy Storage! And it's no wonder that this is the brand he chose - Super Easy Storage is the first self-storage company to offer portable storage options that greatly assist customers in their need for cost efficient and accessible storage!

 

With Super Easy storage Brisbane South, you can expect the most loyal and dedicated self-storage service in all of Brisbane at your fingertips. We plan to be around for a long time, so please feel free to make arrangements to store your items with us for periods up to a decade and then some if that's what you need! Because Super Easy Storage is all about super cheap prices, we'll even be glad to give you better and better prices the longer you intend to entrust your items to our care.

 

Super Easy Storage prides itself in our self-researched and enforced standards of safety and security for your items. Being AFRA (Australia Furniture Removers' Association) certified, all of our staff are well trained and informed on how to help and assist you with your various storage needs.

 

If you need help with packing and organizing, call ahead to us on our hotlines for some advice on storage and packing. We'll be glad to help you get things sorted out. From the moment that we arrive on your premises with the portable storage module, you can trust us to treat your items with the due care and consideration it needs in order to be safely and efficiently placed within the units. WE will even supple free protective padding to you for that extra peace of mind during transit.



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