Packing Tips

  • Invest in plastic containers with lids for items sensitive to moisture 
  • Label containers well
  • Keep fragile and heavy items low
  • Make a walkway to access items throughout your space and allow air flow
  • Leave items you'll need most near the front
  • Don't place items sensitive to moisture directly on the concrete, use a pallet as a barrier 
  • Do not move in during any type of precipitation, only move in during a dry day to protect your belongings 
  • Winter equals blowing snow, be cautious of items placed near door 

Storable Items

You're free to store most anything that is personal property that's not dangerous or illegal. Best to keep items in plastic covered totes that are prone to hold moisture. Examples include but aren't limited to:
  • Furniture (hard surfaced)
  • Appliances (fully drained)
  • Clothing (in plastic containers)
  • Electronics
  • Books ( in plastic containers)
  • Sports equipment
  • Tools
  • Dishware 

Prohibited Items or Uses

Self-Storage uses have limitations under Law and policies. Prohibited items or uses are but are not limited to:
  • Storing flammable liquids, hazardous chemicals or illegal substances
  • Repairing, servicing, painting of automotive equipment, boats, trailers, lawnmowers, appliances, etc.
  • Harboring live pets or any animal
  • For use as residential dwelling or loitering
  • Any commercial or private sale of goods
  • Dumping on premises 
  • Food items of any kind