When you put your things in a self-storage unit, you might wonder if they're safe when there's heavy rain or a heatwave. Renting a climate-controlled storage unit is one way to end worry over how the weather affects your belongings, but if you can't get a climate-controlled unit, there are steps you can take to protect your belongings as much as possible. Still, you'll want to make sure you don't put anything in the unit that will be destroyed by temperature extremes or high humidity if you'll be using the unit over the summer or winter months.
3 May 2023
More young people than ever before spend some time living back at home with their parents after moving out initially. This arrangement is both a blessing and a stressor for both sides of the equation. And a storage unit can help you keep the peace and make this time as successful as possible. Here's how. 1. Clear Space in the House Parents whose child has moved out often find new uses for their bedroom and other space the child used to take up.
17 January 2023