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Organizing My Storage Unit

I have always been one of those people who is obsessed with organization, which is probably why I set out to create a completely organized and easy to use storage unit. I wanted the entire space to be simple to go through and a breeze to move out of, so I started boxing, labeling, and stacking things accordingly. It took a little bit of time, but before I knew it, my entire storage space was gleaming and beautiful. This blog is completely dedicated to creating a storage space that will work well for your lifestyle and streamline your next move.

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4 Reasons To Rent A Self-Storage Unit This Summer

As you get ready to say goodbye to spring and welcome summer, now may be the time to consider renting a self-storage unit. While you're free to rent a unit any time of the year, there are various reasons summer might be a perfect time. Check out these four reasons!

Protect Your Winter Clothes 

Over the years, you have accumulated different types of clothes to deal with the cold winter seasons. These may include winter jackets, sweaters, knit cardigans, and boots. The high temperature and humidity levels during summer can easily damage these clothes if you don't have dedicated storage space. 

To ensure you're ready for winter, get all your winter clothes to a self-storage unit where they will be safe and in good condition. Besides, you don't need these clothes during summer, so there is no reason they should take up space in your closet. 

Protect Your Sensitive Items

It's not only your winter clothes that would get damaged by extreme temperatures and humidity. Other items, including wood and leather furniture, electronics, art pieces, and musical instruments, could also be at risk of damage. 

Instead of taking chances with your valuable items, why not take them to a storage unit until summer is over. Most storage facilities have climate-controlled units to maintain constant temperatures and humidity, so all your belongings will be safe. And, if you need to use an item, you can easily get it from the facility and return it when you're done. 

Store Valuable Items While on Vacation

Summers were made for vacations. If you and your family plan to be away from home for a considerable period, you might leave your home unattended or even rent it out. But since you cannot afford to carry all your valuables along, it may be wise to store them in a self-storage unit. 

Self-storage companies have invested in the latest security technology to keep their facilities safe. Their security features include perimeter fencing, perimeter intrusion alarms, lighting and motion sensors, gated access, and surveillance cameras. By renting a storage unit, you can enjoy your vacation without the worry of losing your valuables. 

Declutter Your Garage

Your garage home may have slowly turned into a storage space for gardening tools, fishing gear, sports equipment, and bikes. As a result, your car cannot fit in the garage. The hot summer sun can easily cause UV damage or damage your vehicle's interior. Hence, consider moving all the tools inside the garage to a self-storage facility to create space for your car.

Summer is also a perfect time to clean out the garage. Take stock of all items you no longer need or use and move them to a storage facility. This will leave your garage looking neat and tidy.