If there is one thing we will all agree on is how the spaces in our homes fill up with stuff we accumulate over time. Then suddenly we find ourselves in a pile of things that once had a purpose but now are lying around just eating up extra space. On top of that, we decide to move and find that the new place does not have enough space to hold the pile of things we’ve brought with us. Whether you’re currently living in a rental and need assistance with what to do with all your stuff or your home is being renovated, and you need to make room, Self-Storage Centers for America provides the best possible solution.
Self-Storage units provide a safe area for your personal belongings and items that may be damaged by being exposed to weather. The storage containers are carefully monitored day and night. They are a good option to protect furniture and anything that could be damaged by dust or moisture. Self-Storage facilities also have RV and Boat storage that keeps them safe, ready and mobile whenever you want them.
What kind of items can be stored in Self-Storage Containers?
The storage containers can contain just about anything including a wide variety of furniture items, sports equipment, machinery, and artwork. There are however some exceptions to this flammable or illegal items cannot be stored. Specifically, these items include fuels, chemicals, prohibited drugs and foodstuffs such as boxed foods that can emit a smell to attract unwanted critters.
Do my items need to be insured?
The answer is, yes if you would need to replace items if they were destroyed. The storage facility does not insure your items. Some items have a sentimental value as opposed to a monetary value so insuring them would not be necessary since those types of items cannot be replaced. Items stored may be covered under your homeowners or personal property insurance – check with your insurance company.
In addition to all this, Self-Storage Centers for America also provides the owner with guidance on what the size of the storage unit should be by identifying what items are to be placed in storage. Properly packing and marking boxes will make it easier in the future to find things.
If you are looking for a storage unit, contact Self-Storage Centers of America at 813-621-7867.