When our customers decide to put items in storage, there is often one question that arises: What can I put in a storage unit? When you rent a storage facility, you need to check with the storage facility management regarding what you can or can’t store there. It is important that you check first to ensure that you are not violating the conditions of your lease agreement.
Obviously, it goes without saying that no one should store anything that is illegal, such as drugs or stolen items. Also, talk to management regarding their policies on storing firearms. It is never a good idea to store things that tend to spoil such as food. If you would like to store your wine, select self-storage facilities such as those available at The Wine Grotto at STORBOX have suitable spaces for your collection.
Whether you need a place to store your items during a move or simply because you need to make more room in your home, here are some examples of the type of items you can put away in your storage shed:
- Furniture: Storing furniture such as beds, chairs, dressers or mattresses should not be a problem. If you have furniture that you can dismantle, you can do so in order to maximize your space.
- Holiday decorations: No room at home for those Halloween or Christmas decorations? No problem. Your Christmas trees and other decorations will remain safe in your storage unit until you need them next time.
- Clothes and toys: It’s never easy to give away treasured clothes and toys that your children may have outgrown or are no longer using. A storage unit is ideal to put away these items until you are ready to hand them down.
- Audio and video equipment: You may not use your stereos, speakers or televisions very often, and they can take up a lot of space at home. A storage unit is the ideal place to put them away.
If you would like to examine your storage options, please visit STORBOX to get a tour and to learn more information.