What Not to Put in Storage PDF Print E-mail
Written by Michael Lin   
Wednesday, 27 November 2013 16:32

There are some things that everybody knows cannot go into a rental self storage unit- perishable food, pets, people- but some that are not so obvious. Here is a list of items that cannot be put into storage.

  1. Live plants- Storing live plants will attract insects and vermin.
  2. Hazardous Materials- Anything that can cause serious damage in the event of an inadvertent spill should be kept out of self storage.
  3. Noxious Materials- These can not only result in damage to property, but also cause some serious health issues to individuals exposed.
  4. Combustible or Explosive Materials- Causing a fire could result in the destruction of property and serious lawsuits.
  5. Firearms or Weapons Caches- Although some self storage companies do allow the storage of registered firearms, there are very strict rules about their storage and you may be required to carry extra insurance.
  6. Medical Supplies- In particular, medical equipment that uses radioactive materials such as x-ray machines and other imaging devices.
  7. Family Heirlooms and Photos- We recommend not storing any items that cannot be replaced, even in climate-controlled storage units.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 January 2014 08:27