Insure your stored items

Goods are not automatically insured while in storage. Although the quality of our facilities is recognized by insurance companies. Moreover accidents at container self-storage facilities are extremely
rare, customers' goods are not automatically insured while they are in storage. Insurance is the responsibility of the customer.

Should You Insure Your Items In Self Storage?

Storage cube Containers self storage Renting out public storage units is a great option for keeping your personal belongings and business property in a safe and easily accessible space. We take the business of safety and security for our clients’ property very seriously.  

We maintain gated, key pass access to the facility and we take great care of the sites where we house our storage containers, so the chances of damage or destruction befalling your personal belongings at our facilities, getting insurance for your contents in storage can ensure complete peace of mind.

Getting insurance for the items you have in storage is an additional way to ensure they remain protected. At Storage Cube Containers, we recommend you consider the following before taking out insurance.

- We recommend you consider the value of your goods when deciding whether or not to insure your items in storage.

- Many storage companies upsell customers on insurance. We do not sell insurance, as we feel it’s possible for you to find a better deal for yourself.

- It is not a requirement to have insurance for goods stored at Storage Cube Container and is at the discretion of you, our customers, whether you wish to ensure your stored contents through a preferred insurance provider, or simply to self-ensure.

- Getting insurance for your stored property can sometimes be a good idea for high value items, and we suggest you start by seeing if your existing contents insurance or home insurance offers insurance for contents in storage, and if yes, to what extent it covers off-premises property and whether you need to add additional coverage to your existing policy. If you are using this option, please keep in mind that your insurer may have requirements about being notified in advance when items are being moved. Otherwise, if you do not have personal contents insurance, then you can consider taking out a policy for any items you have in a self-storage container.

Are my belongings insured?

It is important to remember that goods are stored at your risk. If your personal insurance policy does not cover the costs of goods in storage, Wondering which insurance company offers insurance for storage facilities? Although we cannot recommend insurance providers for legal reasons, here’s a list of companies, including independent brokers, that provide insurance for contents in storage:

Wallace McLean, Vero Insurance, AA Insurance, NZI, 2Insure Broker