Climate-controlled self storage is located inside the facility to protect your valuable items and sensitive belongings.
Climate-controlled storage units are temperature- and humidity-controlled.
If storage units aren’t climate-controlled, the temperature may fall below or rise above this range, depending on the time of year.
If you are someone who likes to store documents, books, and art, air quality is important in order to prevent these items from aging and becoming ruined or losing their value altogether.
Because climate-controlled storage units are often placed inside buildings with insulated and sealed roofs and walls, your items will have the most protection rather than storing them in a traditional drive-up unit.