Storage Stupidity: How Not To Utilize Self Storage Units
|A common self storage facility theme that needs to be reiterated all the time is that if it’s out of sight, that doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. A lot of people who rent self storage units treat those self storage facilities like landfills, places for their unwanted junk to disappear.
On average, American households have about 300,000 things in them. Plenty of people opt to hide those things in self storage spaces. We’re here to tell you that self storage units aren’t the place to hide things. They’re there to open space in your home and to do it sensibly. Let’s talk about some of the no-no’s of self storage units.
You may have read these self storage no-no’s thinking they’re all common sense, but they’re also all real examples of things people do fairly often. When you’re looking to put things in self storage units, follow these rules, keep your things organized, and return to them every so often to take stock. That’s sensible storage etiquette.