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MelBrandle
Member Since: July 18, 2018
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If you're looking for a man who knows how to balance work and leisure, then you know you've found him when you meet Mel Brandle. Mel is very finely in tune with what is required of him for work, and he works hard to make sure that he achieves what he needs to when he's on the job. But on the weekends, Mel really takes off the business suit and goes all out!

Mel is not one to shy away from extreme interests and that's evident in the credentials he has also racked up serving in the Air Force prior to his current vocation. He spent a number of years specialising in Defence Force Engineering with them and only moved back to Adelaide a few years back to get married and start his own family. He didn't keep too far away from his adventurous pursuits and continued to attain high accolades as the Australian champion for Dirt Track Racing - something he has been competing in since a very young age.

On the work front, Mel is quite a big risk taker as well! When he moved back to Adelaide, he also started his own self storage facility by buying a franchise license from Supercheap Storage. AS a business manager, there was a whole new set of challenges ahead but it has been an amazing journey - one where Mel is keen to keep on moving and striving forward on.

Supercheap Storage Fleurieu – Kangaroo Island has so much to offer, and the fact they offer a specialised and unique service that other storage companies have been slow to catch on to, they bring the self storage industry to greater heights in all of Australia. What Supercheap Storage does, is provide portable storage services that are absolutely cheap and convenient - the best kind of combination that you can hope for when you are preparing to move your things into storage.

The company takes the portable self storage units Adelaide to the customer's location, and returns them again to the warehouse once they are loaded. This greatly simplifies the entire storage process by leaps and bounds - all customers need to do is worry about what items they need to be removed from their premises and transferred to storage!

When our service team arrives with your portable storage units, you can even opt for extra services to ensure that everything flows smoothly, without a hitch. Our service staff are well trained and experienced to help you pack and organize all your items into reinforced packing boxes as well as loading them into the portable storage unit and padding them up to get ready for the journey back to the storage facility!

With Supercheap Storage, items can be stored from as little as a few weeks all the way up to a year and even a decade - we cater to your storage needs exactly the way you want it! The best thing about storing with Supercheap Storage Adelaide? You won't find prices anywhere else in the state that are this low! They don't call us Super Cheap for nothing!



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