Despite the size of the average American home doubling since the 1970s, the one thing that we all seem to lack is space. Almost 9% of households in the United States rent a self storage unit and the occupancy rate for self storage facilities in fall of 2016 was almost 88%. For many of your belongings, a standard storage unit will work fine, but for certain items, like antiques, paintings, or technology, looking into a climate control storage space is probably a good idea. There are a number of reasons for this and we’ll discuss the advantages of having a climate control storage space and what you should look for overall in storage units. If you’re going to store your belongings, you want to make sure that they’re treated right!
Why Use a Climate Control Storage Space?
A climate control storage space ensures that anything valuable, unique, or sensitive to its environmental surroundings stays