While a climate controlled storage space offers many advantages, there are some items that should not be stored in a public indoor storage space. Our next series of articles will cover different categories of items that you should not store in public storage facilities.
If you are planning to rent storage, don’t move any hazardous chemicals into your climate controlled storage space. This is unsafe not only for you, but for other customers who rent storage. Examples of hazardous chemicals that should not be stored in your climate controlled storage space include paint thinner, chlorine, bleach, acid, fertilizer, and turpentine.
Flammable materials stored in an indoor storage facility present a serious fire hazard. If a flammable material ignites, you can expect the fire to spread to other parts of the storage space. Examples of flammable materials that should not be stored in public storage facilities include fireworks, acetone, propane, gasoline, and kerosene.
Guns, Weapons, Ammunition
It is definitely not wise to store any type of firearm, ammunition, or weapon such as a hand grenade in a public storage space. For one, there is always a chance that something could accidently go off and someone could get hurt. Additionally, even though your climate controlled storage space is secure, there are still liability issues that could arise from storing such items in public storage facilities.
Our next article will cover more items that should not be stored in a public storage space.
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