Across the nation, college semesters are ending, and students are heading home to mom and dad. If you’re one of the many making the trek back to your childhood home, it may be wise to rent a storage unit in your college town. Not only does storage lighten your load for the trip home, but it may also save you from some awkward family moments. Here are five reasons to rent a summer storage unit.
~Your beer can sculpture may not be appreciated as artwork in your parent’s living room. Keep your masterpiece in storage, where disapproving eyes can’t see it.
~You have a brand new road bike/iPad/designer shoe collection, funded entirely through Parents Trust, Inc. because you were “hungry.” Hide the goods until fall in a storage unit.
~Somehow you’ve crammed so much stuff into your dorm room that you can’t fit it all in your car.
~Your an English major. Books are heavy, so store them close to your school for the summer.
~You’re younger sibling took over your old room, and it will be sofa city all summer. Take only the necessities and try to make the best of the nomad lifestyle.
Now that you know you will definitely need a storage unit for the summer, don’t stress about choosing the right facility. Find one near your school that has great security features, an awesome staff ready to help you and climate-controlled units if you have temperature-sensitive stuff. (By the way, Storage Post has all of that and more.)
If you need some more information on storage, unit sizes and college storage deals, check out our website at www.storagepost.com.