Storage units can be used to house anything that doesn’t fit in your home. However, after the winter, you’ll probably have a larger pile of items you don’t currently need. This includes heavy clothing and holiday decorations during the cold season. Below is a list of items to put in personal storage before spring arrives.
What Should You Put in Your Storage Units After Winter?
1. Holiday Decorations
Most people love their Christmas decorations, but their use is limited to one short season. After the New Year has come and gone, the artificial tree, wreath, and stockings are probably in your way. It’s best to pack all your Christmas lights, as well as indoor and outdoor holiday decor—then, put them in storage until you need them again. This gives you more space in your home and allows you to enjoy the seasonal decorations when you get them out at the end of the year.
2. Winter Gear
Winter is a time for fun outdoor activities. Whether you have ski gear, sleds, or snowboarding equipment, it can take up a lot of space in your hall closets. Every member of your family probably has snow boots too. These don’t need to clutter up your entryway or closets anymore because it’s time to put them in storage for next winter.
3. Seasonal Clothing
While it’s not quite time to break out with the swimsuits, you may want to put away the heavy winter clothing. Of course, winter coats, hats, gloves, and scarves are nice to have when it’s cold. As it warms up outside, you can put these items in a tote or suitcase, take them to your storage units, and replace them with lighter jackets and sweaters.
Spring is the time to keep your home clutter-free and put the things you don’t need in your storage units. Arctic Storage at Midtown offers a variety of unit sizes for your convenience. You don’t have to sign a contract to take advantage of extra personal storage with them because they provide convenient, month-to-month payment options. They have three convenient locations in Anchorage, AK. For more information about the secure storage they offer, visit the website or call (907) 563-3342.