Perhaps more than any other time in recent history, the turn of the calendar year can’t come soon enough. Along with hopeful anticipation for brighter days ahead, ‘tis the season for winter in the Northeast – nor’easters and all. If you’re considering a self-storage facility in Bayonne, Jersey City, or Brooklyn, the winter weather conditions may not immediately cross your mind as you search, but they should.
In this post, we’re exploring the importance of temperature-controlled storage, starting with a look at how Old Man Winter could trash your treasures – and how you can prevent it. Continue reading “Don’t Trash Your Treasures this Winter: A Look at Temperature-Controlled Storage”
Here in the northeast, climate-controlled storage is essential for protecting prized possessions from extreme temperature shifts and excess moisture. It maintains a steady, moderate temperature and continually circulates air as the first line of defense against property damage from hot and humid summers and frigidly cold winters.
In this post, we’re covering a few of the items that require climate-controlled storage and a few tips for deciding whether climate control is the way to go for other belongings you want to store. Continue reading “12 Items That Require Climate-Controlled Storage”
There are a lot of little things we can do to help the planet.
Choosing to walk over driving. Bringing your own reusable bags to the grocery store. Cutting down on electricity, and recycling – or not even using – plastic bottles.
The same thing is true when it comes to self storage.
Continue reading “Why Self Storage is Good for the Planet”
You wake up one day and realize you have way too much stuff. And it’s not all stuff you can sell or discard or give away.
Some of it’s important, and some of it has value, whether it’s financial or sentimental. And so, you decide to put some things into storage.
But how do you decide which secure self-storage center to choose? Like any undertaking, it starts with doing some research.
Continue reading “What to Look for in a Storage Unit”