There are several items you may
consider storing in a self-storage unit during the summer. Here are some common
Winter clothing and gear: As the temperatures
rise, you can store bulky winter coats, boots, gloves, and other winter gear to
free up space in your closets and drawers.
Holiday decorations: If you have decorations for
holidays such as Christmas, Halloween, or Thanksgiving, storing them during the
summer can help declutter your home and keep them safe until the next holiday
Patio furniture: If you have outdoor furniture
like tables, chairs, umbrellas, or grills that you only use during the warmer
months, consider storing them to protect them from the elements and to free up
space in your backyard or garage.
Winter sports equipment: Items like skis,
snowboards, sleds, ice skates, and other winter sports equipment can take up a
lot of space. Storing them during the summer will keep them safe and out of the
way until the next winter season.
Camping gear: If you enjoy camping during the
summer, but don't have space to store your tents, sleeping bags, camping
chairs, or cooking equipment at home, a self-storage unit can be a convenient
Seasonal clothing: Summer clothing, such as
heavy jackets, sweaters, or boots, can be stored to make room for lighter
summer attire. Similarly, you can store your summer clothing during the winter
Recreational vehicles: If you own recreational
vehicles like boats, jet skis, motorcycles, or RVs, and you don't have enough
space at home to store them, a self-storage facility with dedicated spaces for
vehicles can be a great option.
Extra furniture: If you're temporarily
downsizing, remodeling, or moving, you may need to store extra furniture items
that won't fit in your current space. Self-storage can provide a secure and
Business inventory or files: If you're a
business owner, you might need extra space to store inventory, equipment, or
files that are taking up valuable space in your office or store.
Collectibles and memorabilia: Valuable
collectibles, antiques, or sentimental items that you want to keep safe and
protected can be stored in a self-storage unit during the summer.
Remember to check the storage
facility's guidelines and policies regarding the storage of specific items,
such as perishable goods, hazardous materials, or live animals, as they may
have restrictions or prohibited items.