Our Frankton Storage Centre
You’ll find National Storage Frankton at 176 Ellis Street, conveniently located near the heart of Hamilton and just a short detour off the Thermal Explorer Highway.
You can’t miss our classic yellow signage at the end of the driveway. You’ll know you’re almost here if you see any of our neighbours: Metalco, Magnum, and Lyndon Jones Electrical.
Our centre is ideal for anyone who needs self-storage in Frankton and nearby suburbs including:
- Forest Lake
- Hamilton Lake
- Western Heights
Our Frankton storage centre is only a short drive from Lake Rotorua and the Hamilton Lake Domain – so why not treat the family to a picnic or a day out after visiting your storage unit?
Whether your storage needs are big or small, National Storage Frankton has you covered. Speak to our friendly experts today.
24/7 Access Hours
Receipt & Dispatch
Individually Alarmed Doors
Vehicle/Caravan/Boat Storage – Covered
Vehicle/Caravan/Boat Storage – Uncovered
Reviews1 of 2
a year ago
The ladies at the Frankton office are brilliant to deal with despite having many issues to overcome with my account. Excellent and recommended!
a year ago
Love this place my storage unit is the right size for all my stuff
Our Storage Units in Frankton
Self-storage is simple with National Storage. Our clean, pest-controlled units give your belongings a safe and secure home away from home. The Frankton centre is monitored by CCTV camera surveillance and an onsite resident manager. Only people with a PIN code can access the facility.
When you choose National Storage Frankton, you’ll have access to your unit 7 days a week from 5am to 9pm. You can even arrange 24-hour access if required for a small fee.
We make move-in day as easy as possible with driveway access, vehicle hire, and goods trolleys. Our fully trained storage consultants are always happy to lend a hand or offer advice on the best way to store your items.
Paying for your storage unit is even easier than moving in. Our month-to-month leases can be paid online for your convenience. We also offer insurance options to give you extra peace of mind.
Got a caravan, boat or truck that needs a temporary place to stay? No worries – our Frankton storage centre has hardstand spaces for vehicles. Just contact the centre to check availability.
Frankton Storage Unit Sizes
Everyone’s storage needs are different. That’s why we have a wide variety of unit sizes available to choose from – so you only pay for the space you need.
Not sure which dimensions would meet your requirements? We can help you choose. Download our Unit Size Guide PDF or contact the centre on 07 846 6144 for advice.
Packing and Moving Supplies
Need some boxes and packaging gear before your big move? We’ve got you covered.
Take a look at our onsite Box Shop, which features a comprehensive collection of moving supplies to keep your belongings safe and organised during transit or storage.
Storage Frankton FAQs
What is the minimum storage period at National Storage Frankton?
One month. If you need to book for a shorter time, please ask the onsite manager about creating a tailored storage solution.
Do I need to pay a deposit?
Booking in person doesn’t require a deposit, though you can make one if you wish (this will be applied to your first month of rent). If you book online, you’ll be required to pay a deposit to reserve your unit.
How can I move my things into the storage unit?
National Storage Frankton can provide vehicle hire to help you on move-in day. We also have driveway access and goods trolleys to make the process easier.
How much notice do I need to give when moving out?
We need seven (7) days’ notice prior to you moving out.
What is hardstand storage?
This is an outdoor space where you can keep your vehicle. It is open to the elements.
What can I put in my Frankton self-storage unit?
Almost anything. Our Frankton self-storage units typically contain things like:
- Books, magazines, DVDs, and CDs.
What can’t I put in my self-storage unit?
We’ll happily store most things, but we do have exceptions such as:
- Living things (e.g. plants and pets)
- Illegal items and items that have been obtained illegally
- Toxic or combustible items (e.g. gasoline/petrol, paint, and solvents)
- Perishable items (e.g. animal food, fresh food, and contained/tinned food).