Think of climate-controlled storage units as "temperature-controlled" – cooled in the summer and heated in the winter. This helps protect valuables from extreme temperature fluctuations that can damage wood furniture, electronics, plastic and wax.
In cold winter climates, climate-controlled storage spaces are heated to help protect your stored items from the effects of even the coldest temperatures. Temperatures inside the storage space are carefully monitored during the cold months and heated to help preserve your belongings.While not as comfortable as your living room, when you visit your space the temperature will be much more tolerable than a traditional unit.
In the hot summer climates, air conditioned storage spaces cool and help protect your valuable items from the effects of extreme heat. HVAC cooling lowers the temperature to safer levels for valuables sensitive to heat. Consider air conditioned spaces for household furniture, files and boxes, metals, plastics, glass, pottery and wax. While not as comfortable as your living room, when you visit your space the temperature will be much more tolerable than a traditional unit.