Out of all the households in the United States, only 8.96% of them utilize storage unit rentals. Pitting this measly percentage against the insurmountable pile of material possessions across the United States, we’d argue that people could use storage units to help them with organization.We know you want more space in your house for living. Rather than letting things occupy space in or around your home, we’ve compiled a few seasonally apt ways to use a rental storage space to organize your belongings better while freeing up space on the homefront.
We’re fairly certain you don’t need to have your boat in the garage taking up space all winter long. Recreational vehicles that won’t see action until spring or summer are needlessly taking up space at your home. Check with your storage facility and look into storing them there while they’re not in use. Give yourself a little breathing room and those vehicles a good spot to lay low until it’s time to warm them up again.
Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas all come right after one another. If you’re a home that loves decorating, you already know how much space storing those decorations can take. You’re also aware of the nightmare of organization with seasonal decorations. Put them in your storage facility and you’ll be able to swap decorations out per season without needlessly taking up square footage in your own home.
Those sunbathing chairs and outdoor tables aren’t doing you much good in the middle of February. Keep them safe and out of the elements in your rental storage facility until you’re ready to get them out again. Too many people just let their outdoor furniture withstand seasonal changes and end up having to replace things every year or two. Avoid this needless expense by caring for and storing your things responsibly.An investment in space is an investment in both organization and the longevity of your belongings. Having a dedicated rental facility to house items you only use certain times per year ensures that your home isn’t cluttered and that those things are safely tucked away, ready to be used when it’s their seasonal turn.