At Stow and Go Storage, we are all about providing you with quality mini-storage options and unbeatable customer service. That’s why we offer two state-of-the-art storage facilities in the Greenville, NC area. With two locations and a variety of unit sizes to choose from, you are sure to find mini-storage that meets your specific needs.

While Mr. Groundhog (aka Punxsutawney Phil) says that we will have 6 more weeks of winter, the NC weather this week is saying otherwise. However, if you’ve lived in NC for long, you know that the weather can change quickly from one day to the next. Regardless, we still have over a month left until the official start of spring, and there’s sure to be some cold days mixed in there and maybe even some winter weather.

If the ground is covered in snow or ice, it’s a good idea to avoid using your storage unit. Moving boxes and other items is hard enough when the ground is dry, but add in wintry weather, and you’re just asking for an accident. It’s best to wait until the ground has cleared to make a trip to your storage unit.

If you’re using a non-climate controlled unit, there are certain things you should not store in your unit, as they can be affected and damaged by extreme cold and heat. Some of these items include, anything with class, wooden furniture, electronics, and batteries. 

Your mini-storage unit is a great place to store seasonal items that you only need part of the year. For example, during the winter months, you can store your kiddie pools, lawn chairs, and pool floats. Then, when it gets warm again, you can trade these items out for sleds, snow shovels, and heavy jackets. This will free up space in your home.

For all of your storage needs this winter and year-round, give us a call at Stow and Go Storage in Greenville, NC.