At Store It Now, LLC we allow you to store just about anything in our facilities, but where do we draw the line? You may be surprised at what we’ve been asked by tenants in the past, read on…
- Your destructive dog, siblings or ex: Got a bad pet, sister or ex-boyfriend? Unfortunately, this is not the place to keep the little rascal for safe keepings. Although a small metal box with a lock may sound appealing, self storage facilities are not too keen on storing any living things. You’ll need to be a little more creative with these three!
- Fireworks, firearms or explosive devices: Have a few leftover fireworks from last 4th of July? A storage unit may not be the best place to store these bundles of (explosive) joy. Units can get very hot in the summer and may cause an unexpected firework display when you least expect it. For your stored belongings and firework budget’s sake, please keep all explosives out of storage units and in a safe place.
- Leftovers and groceries: Storage units make terrible refrigerators and pantries. Leaving any kind of food or beverage in a unit no only causes mold, but also invites swarms of furry friends. To avoid an awkward encounter next time you open your unit, you may want to leave your editables at home.
What is the strangest item you’ve ever stored in a self storage unit? Share your comments below!