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Climate Controlled Storage
Consistent temperature is the key!
As a general rule, the temperature in climate-controlled storage units should not fall below freezing in the winter, or rise above 90°F (32°C) in the summer. Since our area experiences both extreme hot and cold temperatures, climate control may provide the best benefit. Left unchecked, wide swings in temperature can cause mold, mildew, rust and dust mites to flourish. It can also cause paper, wood and other materials to break down.
We provide the most complete protection of your most valuable items. Coded Access and Closed Circuit Cameras all work to ensure the safety of your items. Centrally controlled air systems heat in the winter and cool in the summer.
Determine what you want to store:
During the past ten years, the industry has seen an emergence of what are called "climate controlled" storage units. Museums, archives and even the Dept. of Defense count on climate controlled facilities to protect their valuable inventories. Some examples are:   Furniture and Antiques Collectibles & Memorabilia Archival Documents and Files Seasonal Clothing & Equipment Electronics & Musical Instruments Computers & Photographic Equipment Paintings, Craft Supplies & Artwork  
Consider the value of what you have to store:
Climate controlled storage units cost more than standard units. To determine whether the cost is justified, it is important to assess the value of what you plan on storing. If you are storing items of sentimental value or historical documents for your business, the additional cost may be insignificant, especially if it gives you peace of mind. Ultimately, if you are going to pay to store your items, it is a wise decision to store them well.
1768 Allouez Ave, Green Bay, WI 920-406-1700
555 N. Lynndale Dr, Appleton, WI 920-460-3994
Storage Tips
The First thing is to determine what you have to store. Indoor units are located inside the buildings and accessible by hallways. Each of the units have roll up doors. Based on what you have to store, the following sizes are estimates for you to follow:
American's Storage & Moving Tips: • Do not store combustible items • Make an inventory of the items you store • Remove table legs to save space • Fill boxes to capacity to prevent tipping and collapse • Do not use newsprint to wrap goods that can    be damaged by ink stains • Use furniture and mattress covers for protection • Seal boxes with tape for better protection • Label boxes for easy reference • Never store food or toxic items
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Climate Controlled Storage
Consistent temperature is the key!
As a general rule, the temperature in climate-controlled storage units should not fall below freezing in the winter, or rise above 90°F (32°C) in the summer. Since our area experiences both extreme hot and cold temperatures, climate control may provide the best benefit. Left unchecked, wide swings in temperature can cause mold, mildew, rust and dust mites to flourish. It can also cause paper, wood and other materials to break down.
We provide the most complete protection of your most valuable items. Coded Access and Closed Circuit Cameras all work to ensure the safety of your items. Centrally controlled air systems heat in the winter and cool in the summer.
Determine what you want to store:
During the past ten years, the industry has seen an emergence of what are called "climate controlled" storage units. Museums, archives and even the Dept. of Defense count on climate controlled facilities to protect their valuable inventories. Some examples are:   Furniture and Antiques Collectibles & Memorabilia Archival Documents and Files Seasonal Clothing & Equipment Electronics & Musical Instruments Computers & Photographic Equipment Paintings, Craft Supplies & Artwork  
Consider the value of what you have to store:
Climate controlled storage units cost more than standard units. To determine whether the cost is justified, it is important to assess the value of what you plan on storing. If you are storing items of sentimental value or historical documents for your business, the additional cost may be insignificant, especially if it gives you peace of mind. Ultimately, if you are going to pay to store your items, it is a wise decision to store them well.
Storage Tips
The First thing is to determine what you have to store. Inside units are located inside the buildings and accessible by hallways. Each of the units have roll up doors. Based on what you have to store, the following sizes are estimates for you to follow:
American's Storage & Moving Tips: • Do not store combustible items • Make an inventory of the items you store • Remove table legs to save space • Fill boxes to capacity to prevent tipping and collapse • Do not use newsprint to wrap goods that can    be damaged by ink stains • Use furniture and mattress covers for protection • Seal boxes with tape for better protection • Label boxes for easy reference • Never store food or toxic items