Paso Robles Self Storage Company Releases Report 'How To Take Care Of Furniture In Storage Units'

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One of the most common things to keep in a storage unit is large furniture, due to how large they are. However, these large pieces of furniture are often quite expensive and shouldn’t just be tossed into a unit and forgotten about. Instead, here are some tips to care for furniture when it is in a storage unit.

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Recently, the Paso Robles self storage company River Road Mini Storage released a report all about how to take care of furniture in a storage unit.

River Road Mini Storage is a locally owned and operated Paso Robles self storage facility. "Our goal is to supply Paso Robles with a friendly, clean, and secure facility at a reasonable price," said owner, Rick Runnells. Runnels has been a local business owner since 1986 and has 25 years experience with customer service and commercial property. All units are accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week through an electronic gate entry. The Paso Robles self storage facility is well-lit, fully fenced and secured with on-site security cameras.

Read below to check out the full report.

How to Take Care of Furniture in Storage Units

One of the most common things to keep in a storage unit is large furniture, due to how large they are. However, these large pieces of furniture are often quite expensive and shouldn’t just be tossed into a unit and forgotten about. Instead, here are some tips to care for furniture when it is in a storage unit.

Keep Them Covered and Protected

After furniture is put away for long or short term storage, people should always ensure it is protected and covered. Some people like plastic covering, while others like sheets or blankets to protect their furniture. If there are things more prone to breaking or moving ( such as mirrors, picture frames and more), using bubble wrap or something similar can often protect this furniture even better in case of a disaster. Also, when it comes to wooden furniture, people should oil the furniture a few times a year to prevent cracking and drying out.

Store Them Strategically

While this takes more time than simply just storing furniture in random order, it can save people a ton of headaches later on. If furniture is stored without thought, it is possible for furniture to rub up against each other or even fall over and cause a huge disaster. People should look to give each piece of large furniture its own space, and put some thought into the way they are stored to prevent any accidental damage.

Keep them off the Ground

This might sound silly, but it can be instrumental in keeping furniture in good condition while in storage. If furniture is kept on the ground, it can be more susceptible to water leaking, snow melting or other spills. Instead, try to find or purchase some pallets to store the furniture on, which will keep them off of the ground in case something goes wrong and things begin to leak into a storage unit.

Looking for more space or need somewhere to store furniture? If so, make sure to reach out to the team at Paso Robles self storage company River Road Mini Storage for assistance. They have been running a clean, safe and secure facility for decades and show no signs of slowing down!

River Road Mini Storage

1631 North River Road

Paso Robles ,CA 93446

(805) 239-4333

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