What Belongs In Climate Controlled Storage? (Infographic)

Posted on Jun 2 2014 - 5:20pm by Michael James

Don’t let melting happen to your stuff. Extreme heat or cold can cause cracking, tearing, warping, and discoloration. If you answer yes to any of the following, consider climate control options.

What Belongs In Climate Controlled Storage? (Infographic)

Some examples of things you’ll want to consider storing in climate control, even for a short amount of time:

  • Electronics (i.e. computers, audio equipment)
  • Family heirlooms and history records
  • Antiques and artwork
  • Wine
  • Classic Cars

While your possessions might not initially seem to need climate control, think about what could happen to them if you’re storing them for a long time. Items that could need climate control long-term are:

  • Glass
  • Leather
  • Books
  • Clothing

Find climate control storage to get started now. And if you’re still unsure if you need it, read the Top 10 Benefits of Climate Controlled Storage.

What Belongs In Climate Controlled Storage? (Infographic)

About Michael James

Division Vice President
Extra Space Storage

While getting his degree from Ramapo College in New Jersey, Mike began his journey in the self storage business working as a Store Manager. After graduating with a degree in Information Systems, Mike became a District Manager and later relocated to Utah to work as the Director and Operations Coordinator. He's now moved back to his home state of New Jersey and is currently the Division Vice President of the area.

In his time away from the office, Mike enjoys spending time with his kids, eating out, and going to the movies. And ever the outdoorsman, Mike is an avid hiker and does his own home improvement projects.