Seasonal Packing Considerations

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Make extra sweater space when winter weather rolls in. Park your car in the garage, not your lawn equipment. Don’t clutter your attic by hiding holiday decorations.

When you rent a storage unit, it’s convenient to store and trade out seasonal items. You can even create an organization system, keeping the next season’s items in the front of your unit, moving the last season to the back.


There are several items you can keep out of mind and out of sight until summer rolls around. First are the warm-weather clothes and flip-flops. Grab your summer wardrobe and prepare for some fun in the sun.

Before you hit the pool or beach, you’ll want to visit your unit and grab the pool inflatables and life vests you stashed there last year. Also, we want to help you keep the driveway clear. Storage Post offers affordable boat and RV storage. Come drive off with the tools you need for your summer vacation or weekend at the lake.


It’s back to school! Time to pull the backpacks out of storage and dust off the football pads. Halloween and Thanksgiving are also just around the corner. Good thing your decorations and costumes are conveniently stowed away in your storage unit. Get ready for feasting and visiting family by pulling out fall necessities.


If you haven’t already, visit your storage unit and grab those winter coats. Temperatures are dropping and that summer attire needs to head back to the unit! Trade out your holiday décor and grab that Christmas tree or Hanukkah menorah.

Also keep an eye on those temperatures. If you’re storing antiques, wooden furniture, or leather, consider renting a climate-controlled unit to protect your valuables.


Spring cleaning can be made easier with Storage Post. First, grab your big cleaning supplies out of the storage unit and prepare to give your home the deep cleanse it earned over the last year. When you start to clear out the clutter, you may want to sell off some items. Others just can’t go to the garage sale. Bring those items back to the storage unit and create more space at home.