If you’ve never heard the term “climate control,” you’re not alone. This is a term used in the storage industry to describe a unit that’s heated and cooled. What does this term mean for you?
First and foremost, it’s important for you to know that not all storage units are climate-controlled. That means your valuable items might be subjected to dramatic swings in temperature, which can have negative effects on antiques, photographs, artwork, and electronics.
In contrast, a climate-controlled space is equipped with heating and air conditioning. This allows us to keep your unit at a consistent temperature year-round. With climate control, your belongings are better protected against humidity, extreme temperatures, and rapid temperature fluctuations, which are all common causes of damage.
At All-American Self Storage, we’ll help you determine if climate control is right for you and your belongings.