The Things That Should Not Go In Your Storage Unit

The Things That Should Not Go In Your Storage Unit

The Things That Should Not Go In Your Storage Unit

Believe it or not, you cannot just put anything in a storage unit. While it is an amazing solution for long-term or short-term purposes, there are certainly limitations on the types of things you will not be able to store.

It is the standard for most storage companies to have rules and regulations on what you can store in your unit. For example, at StorageBlue you will see signs around our facilities reminding customers that you cannot store food in your storage unit.

No worries, we have your back! We put together a list of items that do not belong in your storage unit and even give you a heads up on what can go inside.

No Food

This may seem obvious but can also be overlooked. There are many reasons why you cannot leave food in your storage unit. One of the major problems with putting food in a storage unit is that you can end up attracting bugs and rodents. You might assume canned goods are welcome since they will not be opened but better safe than sorry to avoid storing any food at all costs.

No Precious Items

Of course, even with security storing irreplaceable items comes with a risk. Some of these items include jewelry, collectible items, or family heirlooms. Even fur clothing, many people do not realize that they must be stored in a specific condition to stay preserved. If you do not want to risk losing or damaging, it is best to keep them safe at home.

No Hazardous Materials

A lot of household products are toxic and flammable so you must be careful when it comes to storing them. Believe it or not, this can even include certain household cleaners that you use on a regular basis. Just make sure you are properly storing anything that can be considered hazardous such as oil, paint, fertilizer, and more.

No Illegal Items

Storing anything stolen or illegal is a bad idea, but if you are thinking about bringing this to your storage unit you will really want to think twice. While what is inside of your unit is your private business, facilities and their employees can notify the police if they suspect there is illegal activity taking place in your unit.

On the plus side, there are a ton of things that you can store in your storage unit. From clothing to business equipment, to documents and appliances, a storage unit is a great home for your belongings. And do not forget about electronics, books, and childhood memories you want to hold onto.

Ready to bring your belongings to your storage unit? If they are not on the list we share, you are good to go! If you live in the New Jersey/New York area and need a storage unit, we are here to help. Give us a call today and we can set you up at one of our convenient, safe, and secure storage facilities.

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