All about Indoor Storage Units

By | January 5, 2010

Indoor storage facilities supports both standard and climate-controlled options. Customers can store their belongings, like furniture or raw supplies, in indoor self-storage rooms which is available in all sizes.

Indoor facilities protects items from direct contact with the weather, but they can’t prevent cold from flowing inside. These concrete spaces are generally built in rows, and uses garage doors to keep them away from the weather. Properly built units are elevated slightly from the ground level and they are not built on the lowest points in the property. So, this helps in preventing water from flowing in and ruining or spoiling boxes and furniture.

Self-storage units are classified into two types. They are storage units with temperature controls and storage units without temperature controls.

Units without temperature control seems to look like a series of outdoor garages. These rooms come in different sizes, ranging from small spaces for a few boxes to large spaces to hold complete household’s worth of items. Businesses can use spaces which can be modified depending on requirements to organize raw materials or old files.

Climate-controlled units are second type of indoor unit generally used for precious cargo, like art, liquids and items that could be damaged by extreme temperatures. Just like the standard indoor units, climate-controlled self-storage units are also accessible at any time with a key.

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