In Tennessee, you’ll find the classic four seasons. That means that winters get cold and dry, and summers get hot and humid. This may be nice for people who enjoy the cycle, but these weather extremes can damage your belongings.
Heat and cold can warp and damage metal. Humidity can dampen wood, canvass, and paper, and dry weather can cause them to crack, and humidity can also encourage mold and mildew to grow. Extremes in weather can harm so much, including art, electronics, books, furniture, musical instruments, and clothes.
Climate control can prevent such damage. Whether you’re storing personal or business items, you’ll want to keep your belongings in good shape. Here at Mallory Storage Station, we offer climate-controlled, indoor units. Inside each, we keep the temperature at 66 degrees in the winter and at 78 degrees in the summer. Humidity is kept at safe levels as well, between 30 and 50 percent.
These units do rent for a bit more to cover the electricity, but they’re affordable and will keep your stuff in great shape whether you’re storing for a few months or a few years.