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Summer Storage Tips

Blonde woman holding moving box against yellow backgroundEven inside a clean, dry place like your garage, items in storage can still be damaged by high heat and humidity. Your best bet for avoiding the adverse effects of extreme weather is to put your items in climate-controlled storage, and Weleski Transfer offers both long- and short-term climate-controlled storage options at our Pittsburgh storage facility.

If this isn’t an option for you, or if you simply want to protect belongings going into storage in your hot garage, follow these tips to keep them safe from damage.

Don’t risk the heat with these items.

These heat-sensitive items will be better off stored in a climate-controlled storage unit or a room in your home. Placing them in the garage or shed will expose them to high temperatures and humidity put them at risk for irreversible damage.

  • Electronics
  • Photographs
  • Newspapers or documents
  • Plastic items
  • DVDs or CDs
  • Records or cassettes
  • Baseball cards or other paper collectibles
  • Artwork
  • Leather or wood furniture

These items are safe from summer temperatures.

  • Cars
  • Tools
  • Outdoor toys and entertainment

Want to learn more about how to safely store items in your garage long-term? Not sure whether an item can safely go in the garage or should go into climate-controlled storage? Just ask us.