If you need to free up garage space or room and closet space inside your home, there are two types of storage units you can consider using. Outdoor storage units fit many things from your garage, while indoor climate-controlled spaces are better for things you wouldn’t keep in your garage.
Outdoor storage units are great because you have easy outdoor access and are affordable. They also come in different sizes, perfect for many items currently stored in your garage, including:
The list is not all inclusive. Basically, anything you would keep in your garage would be fine in outdoor storage. Bear in mind that units are typically made of metal and can get very hot in Florida’s blazing sun. The interior can also be very humid when it rains.
Indoor, climate-controlled units are reserved for things that need to be protected from the heat and elements. Some items you wouldn’t want to see damaged by storing in an outside space include:
An indoor, climate-controlled space will keep mold, mildew, rust and rodents away from your more sensitive items.
When you start to clean out the garage, the decision of what to store where is yours, and this list can serve as your guide. If you have questions, we’re here to help.