Why Climate Control?

Protection from Extreme Temperature
Outdoor temperatures can climb above 100 degrees in the summer, and drop well below freezing in the winter.
Sensitive items like wood furniture, antiques, and musical instruments can suffer from warping, splitting, or cracking due to the constant change in temperature. Additionally, items like fine art, books, or business records can also be damaged due to the highs and lows of temperature change.
Climate controlled storage units are kept at a consistent temperature between 60 & 80 degrees.
Items that would benefit from a climate controlled environment:
  • Antiques, especially wood furniture
  • Clothing
  • Leather Furniture
  • Musical instruments
  • Photos
  • Mattresses
  • Books and magazines
  • Electronics/Household Appliances
  • Important documents
  • Upholstered furniture
  • Special Collections (Vinyl records, Coins, Stamps, Comics, Wine)

Climate controlled storage units are inside buildings with sealed and insulated roofs, walls, and floors. As a result, these units provide an additional barrier from dust and debris.

Pay a Little Extra for Added Peace of Mind